Thursday, January 7, 2010

Worlds Within (KDrama)

Worlds Within (KDrama)

Summary from Hancinema:

Broadcasting station, especially television drama production, is often called as the core of desire and materialism. TV station is the place of envy for many people, but they also criticize it as the place where unethical thoughts are generalized. However, those who work in drama production team are not different from us; they are common people who need love and care just like others. Most of Korean dramas are focused on family problems and troubled relationships between lovers. However, for the moderners, workplace is where they spend most of their time. If one fails to build decent relationships with others in his workplace, it would be hard to read his life as a success. “Worlds Within” will bring out the stories of drama production staffs; the warm, touching stories of their love and life.

*** I don't know why this wasn't a hit maybe because it wasn't the usual drama wherein there is the thrill of first love or the "all-encompassing love" most of the other dramas have.


- Excellent direction
- Good writing
- Good acting of the entire cast
- I love that I got to glimpse the fast-paced world of drama production
- I love the that the two main leads, Hyung Bin & Song Hye Kyo, got together in real life after filming this drama (we don't get to see that kind of thing happening often particularly in asian dramas)
- Realistic ^_^

Con (only one):

- Some scenes were dragging

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