So the girls went from nobodies to some bodies in 0 second flat. After saving the work from Dark gorilla’s plans, the girls go of and become real idols. Rocketed into fame due to their success in using crane games to save the earth. However, Dark Gorilla is back and this time he has a new plan. Enter Dark Cherry, they are an idol group that Dark Gorilla has put together to defeat the Crane Game Girls and finally invade earth. The girls are confronted with this new threat with out their beloved Saya-san by their side, as she is now working for Dark Gorilla.
If last season was a WTF for you, this one isn’t much better. Though the first are not using Crane Games to fight, this time that have a Crane Game space ship/stage. Dark cherry continually pulls them into I’d battles, however, these battles have nothing to do with being and idol at first. The series primarily revolves around dark cherry and their ineptitude as idols. I had a good laugh at this short anime, but expect it not to make any sense for about 90% of the time.
This is a show that had an interesting concept and I enjoyed it. As of writing this it’s rating on Viki is at 9.8/10 so I’m not alone.
This drama follows Kang Chul (Lee Jung Suk), a character in Oh Sung Moon’s (Kim Eui Sung) graphic novel. After trying to kill Kang Chul off, both Sung Moon and Oh Yeon Joo (Han Hyo Joo) get pulled into the world of the graphic novel. Sung Moon continues to try and kill Kang Chul off while Yeon Joo simply wants him to be happy. This struggle added on to the graphic novel’s story line of Kang Chul trying to figure out who killed his family makes for an interesting ride.
This drama was a slow start for me I will admit that. Around 4 or 5 episodes in I really started to get into it. Lee Jung Suk is super cute in this drama and it took a while for me to see him as an action lead, but he delivered. I enjoyed it completely and would suggest that you watch it.