Oh My Venus!


If any of Y’all watch asian dramas and want me to watch something, just comment it down below and I’ll try to find it.


source: Dramafever

Oh My Venus!

I was originally drawn to this tv show solely because of So Ji Sub and all of his eyecandiness, however I fell in love with the story. The series consists of 16 episodes each running about 1 hours long.

This follows many story lines, the primary one however is about Kang Joo Eun (Shin Min A) a 33 year old lawyer who is dumped by her long time boyfriend, Im Woo Shik (Jung Gyu Wook) , and Kim Young Ho (So Ji Sub) the personal trainer for Hollywood stars. They have an unlikely meeting on an airplane, and then owards they are constantly bumping into each other. Due to a series of unfortunate events, well for Young Ho at least, Joo Eun finds out that Young Ho is the legendary John Kim that every one was hearing so much about. She her knowledge to her advantage to have him train her. Through their workouts, as well as her moving in with him after a stalker incident, they slowly fall in love with each other. Part way through the series Joo Eun finds out that Young Ho is infact a son of a chaebol, and it reinstates how out of her league he is from her.

Also living with the couple is Kim Ji Woong (Henry Lau)he a nice guy and the ice breaker of the group, he also works as Jang Joon Sung’s (Sung Hoon) manager. Jang Joon Sung is a professional boxer with the stage name Korean snake. He’s an orphan who tries his best to look after his birth mother after finding her and her refusing to meet with him.

The chemistry between Ji Sub and Min A is perfect with in this drama. The story line is quirky, entertaining, and contains a few small tropes. We have ourself an orphan who finds his mother, an overweight person who turns into an absolute beauty when they shed the pounds, and the ever popular 1 person of the pair leaving for an extended period of time.

This is a really good drama to watch. I enjoyed it throughout the entire season, and managed to power watch it fairly quickly. This is a funny anime that I would suggest anyone to pick up and watch, though if you’re interested in really fit men and watching them work out Ji Sub and his co-star, Sung Hoon, will quench that thirst.


Noble, My Love


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Noble, My Love

This series was based off of a webtoon that I couldn’t find to read :'(. It’s probably already licensed. This is a short korean drama that is only about 5 hours long. There are 20 episodes, each running about 15 mins each.

It follows the unlikely meeting of a cheabol son, Lee Kang Hoon (Sung Hoon), and a poor vet, Cha Yoon Seo (Kim Jae Kyung). Yoon Seo saved Sung Hoon’s life after he escaped from his kidnappers with a knife wound. He then proceeds in trying to force his way into her life while using his money.

Throughout the first half of the series, they are always at odds, and Kang Hoon is always trying to force Yoon Seo into doing what he wants. Though somehow we blink and they’re in love. Somewhere between her moving in, and getting really busy at the animal hospital they become a real couple while no one is looking. The continuity of it doesn’t really make much sense.

For the script that Hoon and Jae Kyung were given, they acted it perfectly. You can really feel the chemistry between them, and when they were matching up to the web toon, it was perfect.

I don’t know if this drama was just poorly written or if the web toon base actually escalate this quickly. I didn’t really feel the build up of their relationship, and how quickly they changed from a contractual relationship to a real one was jarring. It’s an ok watch but not the best. Though Sung Hoon gives you excellent eye candy.