K-Drama Review: Love Cell 2. The drama has the young cast and will make you feel interesting!
Love Cells 2
Naver TV (2015) 12 Short Episodes
Fantasy, Romance, Teen, Grade: B-
A sequel to the popular “Love Cells” (2014) teen fantasy romantic Korean drama, “Love Cells 2” (2015) carries over the identical theme of “love cells” escaping from people’s bodies, which makes them incapable of falling crazy, and also the aim of a female spirit having the ability to require the shape of a cat named Navi, who strives to bring those love cells back to their original hosts, so they’ll fall back loving again. Each of the episodes during this series is very short, less than fifteen minutes each, so you may conceivably watch this whole sequel at some point. I feel they’re mostly aimed toward teenagers, who can watch short K-dramas on their Smartphones or laptops.
Love Cells 2 Story
In this one, Love Cells 2, we even see the event of a “Love Cell Bank” where adolescents who behave like emotionless zombies can march in together to get some “love cells” so they’ll love again …. that scene was funny, it rang a bell in my memory of the silent film classic Metropolis, where the workers march like zombies to their workplace. “Must Have Love! Must Have Love!”
In this sequel, Navi (pretty actress Kim Yoo Jung, Love Cells 1) wants to return two love cells to a young couple, Tae Joon (Im Seul Ong from Personal Taste), a preferred TV chef, and exquisite orange-haired, big-eyed Ye Bom (Jo Bo Ah from Shut Up Flower Boy Band), who were once loving, but after they hurt one another originally their last love cells left their bodies and were placed in Navi instead for safekeeping. She tries to offer them back to the couple but they do not seem to require them back, initially — love is simply too painful, and that they don’t need to be hurt again. additionally, they need two contenders to what’s left of their hearts, but who are thwarted when they fight to induce near the couple. When your heart isn’t ready for love, there’s nothing anyone else can do to intervene. the need for love has got to come on their own timetable after they have healed enough to be ready for it again.
I actually thought this second version of affection Cells was better written than the primary, which I graded only a C+. Here the actors were a small amount older and also the story was more poignant because both had been hurt, and ended up hurting others too. Plus it’s unclear at the tip of this one what happens to Navi, which leaves the series open for number three in 2016! This really could be a lightweight series geared toward teens, so if you’re older you would possibly wish to skip it, but it’s still cute for what it’s.
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