A warm and Cozy ending ~


Hello Dramajjangers

Guess who is back? (and a kpop song starts playing, just kidding). Exam’s period is over and I’m back to dramaland and dramajjang. I have to admit that after finishing studying at night I would watch a kdrama episodes to relax and what kdrama would be the best to do that Warm and Cozy.

spoilers alert

I started Warm and Cozy, because my love Yoo Yun Suk is the lead in the drama and I really like Kang So Ra as an actress. So there I already had a great couple and I had faith their chemistry would be nice.

I was right, Warm and Cozy started in the best way and I really got emotionally involved in th first episodes. The story was not something new, but it was cute and the characters were easy going.
Many people complained about the drama promoting Jeju island but I was really ok with that, since I could watch beautiful sceneries throughout the drama.
The problem came when many cliches came in the way, like the evil friend of  Baek Gun-Woo or the family drama.

Hong Sisters always do their best in the romantic scenes and I loved most of their dramas, Warm and Cozy is not exception, but there are things that started annoying me after a while.

Like Baek Gun-Woo’s character, in the beginning I got over his chaebol syndrome because he was cute. But really in his relationship with Lee Jung-Joo, she was the only one trying. I mean he really gave her a hard time. I really admired her for never giving up. You could say, that he couldn’t do otherwise because of his father, but it would be better if he talked about his problems to a person caring about him, rather than shutting her out..

One of the cutest scenes in romantic scenes, came to make up for all the repetitive misunderstanding we got between the couple.

We had the typical love triangle, where sometimes you get confused and support the second lead more at points although you know, he’ll end up alone in the end or with another supporting character.

The secondary couple was cute too, I mean Lee Sung-Jae made it cute his and acting was amazing. I couldn’t believe in my eyes when I realised he was the father in “The suspicious housekeeper”.

Kang Sora and Yoo Yun Suk did a decent job, I loved their chemistry and I really consider them talented and charismatic, I would love to see them in more dramas.

The mvp of the drama though was the mayo. Kim Sung-Oh has such a pervert face. I always enjoyed his scenes and I couldn’t hate him for always butting in between the main couple. Well he had the opportunity to do it, since Baek Gun-Woo could never make up his mind and stay with his girl.

B1A4’s Jin Young didn’t have a big role but he was cute and his acting was not bat at all, maybe he can shine like Baro and have more chances at dramas.

Now that I said Baro, Son Ho-Jun’s cameo in the last episode was lovely. I was thinking the bromance that would had taken place behind the scenes, when they were filming the episode.

Warm and Cozy gives what the title says. It’s a nice drama of its gender and despite the small faults, I recommend it to the romance holic drama people.
Like every episode ending I’ll end this post too.
Have a warm and cozy night everyone~

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  1. July 7, 2015 at 9:17 pm — Reply

    i don’t know if I’ll watch it. I don’t think I will because I just don’t have enough time… but I want to for two reasons: A) love when a drama uses Jeju as a background. Let me say it again. I LOVE IT. It’s like the director doesn’t even have to try with the cinematography b/c the image will be beautiful anyway. B) I’m in love with Kim Sung Oh. He’s such an amazing and versatile actor. And when you look at how diverse his filmography is, I think he’s also very humble.;; or at least, let’s say he really loves acting for acting itself. It doesn’t matter if he plays a big or a small role, he just goes for it and I love how dedicated and passionate he is.

    I think I’m talking myself into watching the drama. haha. Let me stop.

    • July 8, 2015 at 2:14 pm — Reply

      If you have time watch it if not, I wouldn’t recomend it. It’s the kind of drama to watch when you have nothing to do and want to fill your time with cutness.

  2. July 8, 2015 at 11:17 am — Reply

    Well, I must say that I was quite disappointed by the Hong sisters. Again. It’s been a loooooong time since I loved one of their dramas, and this time, I only watched the first episodes before giving up and reading the recaps at Dramabeans. Kang Sora and Yoo Yeon-seok did their best with what they were given (hint: not much), but as you wrote, the real MVP was Kim Sung-oh and his wonderful eyes.
    Not sure I’ll care about their next drama. I hope I’m proven wrong, though.

    • July 8, 2015 at 2:19 pm — Reply

      You are right Yoo Yun Suk and Kang So Ra need a more challenging drama. If you continued watching it, you would realise it had some good points but the cliches were more, I’m looking forward to Hong sister’s dramas but I hope they do different scripts and don’t follow the cliches in the future. Is Kim Sung-oh’s eyes contacts? I wondered about it.

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