You're as cold as ice if you won't cry in at least one of the scenes in this entire drama.
I just finished watching twenty episodes of 49 Days, also known as Pure Love, uploaded by UnknowCarrot in Youtube. I hope this doesn't get taken down because of some stupid DMCA.
Here's part one uploaded by P0cki3xL0v3. Some parts are viewable through UnknowCarrot.
There are alot of things I notice in Korean dramas that I love to point out.
- The writers consider the cast to have common sense and a way of figuring out the truth by deduction not just some ill-fated discovery.
- The twists in the stories are well-connected to the plot and not added just to prolong the entire series.
- Most of the antagonists are actually good-hearted in the end by means of revelations and scenes that weren't shown during its first appearance in previous episodes.
- The cast usually have good chemistry and aren't short on the looks department either.
JUST YUMMMMMYYYYY (LEFT TO RIGHT: Lee Yo Won as Song Yi Kyung, Seo Ji Hye as Shin In Jung, Bae Soo Bin as Kang Min Ho, Jung Il Woo as scheduler / Song Yi Soo, Nam Gyu Ri as Shin Ji Hyun, Jo Hyun Jae as Han Kang)
- When they create a story of fantasy, they hardly use CG. They stick to old school camera tricks which I applaud very much.
- Heart jerking scenes are accompanied by heart jerking music. You gotta love it.
Just a tip, if you're watching it, try to avoid reading the comments until you're done because spoilers are inevitable.
Trust a Korean drama to have their main characters not end up with anybody. I remember watching I am Legend. There were endless possibilities in the plot and I was curious who Kim Jeong-eun (Seol-i) would be with just to see in the end that there wasn't a definitive answer. I guess the reason why this is how Korean dramas are written is for the viewers to exercise their imagination and decide on their favored outcome.