Today, we will have Love Cell Korean drama review! Are you excited about our review? Let’s watch this wonderful drama!
This short drama called Love Cells (2014) isn’t one I might naturally gravitate to since it’s basically aimed toward teens (and I’m aloof from that!), but I read it featured several actors whom I had enjoyed in other shows, including a cameo appearance by Jang Hyuk (Thank You, Chuno, Midas), and also the lead female performance by beautiful Kim Yoo Jung (The Moon That Embraces The Sun, Road ideal, Cain and Abel); also appearing is second female lead Nam Ji Hyun (from Sensory Couple, NOT the actress with the identical name from Angel Eyes; too many other Korean drama websites get this fact dead wrong, the 2 actresses look nothing alike!), second male lead Baek Sung Hyun (Stairway To Heaven, Running Shirt), plus a cameo appearance by Kim Woo Bin (A Gentleman’s Dignity, Heirs) so I believed I’d check it out. it is also very short, each episode only some minutes long, so I figured whether or not I didn’t look after it much I would not be out an excessive amount of my time.
They plan a sequel to that in late 2015 (update: Love Cells 2). The story is predicated on a webtoon, the show is clean, with no sex scenes or foul language, and only a touch of violence.
The story of “Love Cells”
It is basically a fantasy romance drama (now series) for young people: a 27-year-old boy named Dae Choong Ma (Sun Ho Park) is listless, jobless, friendless, and has never dated anyone. (I guessed he must air welfare). He stays home during the day laying enter the sun and daydreaming his life away, either that or trying to ignore his landlady’s demand for rent money. thanks to his empty life without love or friends his last “love cell” is getting ready to escape his body, dooming him to loneliness for the remainder of his days. (Personally, as a mother of 5 adults, I feel what the child needed most wasn’t love or romance, but an honest kick within the butt and also the removal of his unearned money source, which might motivate him to urge A JOB!).
At first, Dae Choong is thrilled and giddy about his chance at romance with a celeb but eventually, he realizes the one he really loves is — you guessed it — the magical cat-girl Navi. The “King Of Romance” (Kim Woo Bin) could be a malevolent being who aims to interrupt them up and even aims a gun at Dae Choong, though Navi saves the day and also the threat involves nothing. Jang Hyuk plays an unusual neighbor to Dae Choong and only shows up at the beginning of the show. He’s still as handsome as anything, though, and made me smile. Even short, silly dramas serve some purpose after they offer you scenes featuring your favorite actors. When it involves the main actress Kim Yoo Jung, however, this show barely touches the surface of her acting prowess, although she is cute because the cat – girl – love cell.
Bottom line: if you are a teenager or an adult who happens to love these actors, check it out. Just don’t expect anything too brilliant.
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