Episode one gave birth to Pinocchio’s airing essence in the most appropriate way. Some basic parts of the story have been set and the background starts building its own tight foundations. The main core of the script is steadily pacing towards a crossroad where every figure’s side-story will make sense.
Nothing’s better than a rainy evening while every single sound of the storm feels distinctive and invigorating; the wind, the sonorous thunderbolts, the rain. Especially when you treasure the moments with the first episode of one of the most anticipated South Korean dramas this year. I’m referring to SBS’ Pinocchio