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Kdrama : Marriage Contract

I dont really like UEE but I saw a preview and I thought that would be kind of interesting. It is a little different from the conventional 'I will marry you in exchange for something'...in that it's a little more grave, the subject matter. This was me at around episode 1....
Let's see how it goes. It feels like a series that I've seen and abandoned prior. Not sure.


You know in almost every single drama - matters not whether it's Hollywood, Hong Kong, Korean or Chinese - there's this unexplainable, unreasonable character that seems to have been plucked out to drama-hell and placed into the story line just to give you angst? Yeah, this comes in the form of the male lead's father.
What's the f is wrong with you? Why are you angry all the time and not listening to anybody just die! #lol
This particular actor must be really tired (and I mean it in the I-love-acting-but-can-someone-give-me-a-Batman-role kind of way) and often misunderstood for playing old fools who keeps trying to mess up everyone's lives. At some points, it felt like some scenes were written in just for the sake of creating some sort of friction just to egg us on, no matter how senseless and illogical they are. I wish writers would stop being lazy and treating us like 3-year-olds watching Power Puff Girls fighting Mojo Jojo.

I don't have a good impression of UEE because I was watching High Society and she and the lead actor had as much chemistry as two sacks of rocks. High Society is a series that people watched for the Second Lead, Park Hyung Shik and Lim Ji Yeon. Don't believe me, read ANY review of it. Hence, watching this with her as the lead, I was ready for it. Ready to quit at episode 2.

With Marriage Contract, the age gap between UEE and Lee Seo Jin is a whoppin' 17 years! Let's just say I'll pretend they're not in a father-daughter relationship. #lol

However, it has to be said, they surprised me. Although UEE's crying irked me a little and the lead actor acted like a buffoon (typical, what else is new) at times, the chemistry started closing in when Lee Seo Jin became besotted with UEE.
At this point, UEE is just crying loads, don't know why. But when she cries, I cryyyyy toooo.... XD I hate this feeling. hahahaha...Ayoyo.... Cries a river and an ocean!
In part, they had an in-between - UEE's on-screen daughter. The little girl is such a cutie pie! The moment she started liking Lee Seo Jin, everything fell into place for the viewers as well. It was like he lifted a magic veil when he stopped being the arrogant ahjussi to the little girl and when she starts hopping around like a little girl around him. There's really no faster way to a woman's heart than a kind man who accommodates a little girls' every whim and fancy.

Watch if you don't mind crying yourself into a puddle of tears. At least the ending is quite obvious, the writers didn't try to humor us or hide the fact that death is knocking on the door.

A good reminder that sometimes, things happen for a reason, no reason, life is fucking fleeting and some people appear in your life so that you won't give up on living. #sniff #sniff #sniff

As annoying as it started out to be, there is a life lesson to learn from this series.

Love,
Marsha
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