Hello Dramajjangers Too many things happened in the last episodes of “Uncontrollably Fond”. The drama now really owns the melodrama gender title, but I have to say it’s a good melodrama.
“I feel a cold northern breeze play upon my cheeks, which braces my nerves and fills me with delight.” (Frankenstein – Mary Shelley)
“But now misery has come home, and men appear to me as monsters thirsting for each other’s blood.” (Frankenstein – Mary Shelley)
Hello Dramajjangers I have to admit that the last two episodes, of Uncontrollably Fond didn’t have a fast development. Still, that doesn’t mean they were bad.
Killing two birds with one stone, the 11th episode of the 14-episode drama version felt like a successful blending of the 16-episode Beautiful Mind’s 11th/12th episodes even though many things must had been left out of the picture; inevitably. Young Oh found himself in the outskirts of heaven to suddenly
Hello dramajjangers, I am writing this article on 22/7/2016, 12:12 after midnight. I started watching the first episode of “Uncontrollably fond”, the previous day at noon and finished the 6th episode (the last episode that has aired till now) some minutes ago.
Young Oh meets his younger self and embraces a deeper sense of understanding, but he’s also eager to explore the fields of love by Ji Sung’s side. He doesn’t try to look normal, not anymore. He discovers himself one step at a time without this meaning that he will be
In the world we live in a life may weigh differently depending on one’s status and class, but all are equal in death. The 9th episode was a modern Danse Macabre in motion and a torrent of hope, a quest for empathy and a microcosm expanding its territory somewhere between
The world turned upside down and Young Oh returned to the hospital like a maestro ready to conduct his favorite symphony. Jin Sung found herself involved in a bet that was bound to cast a shadow on her heart. At the same time, the magnetic field between Young Oh and
Sometimes, losing a bet may benefit one’s life unexpectedly. Young Oh played, lost and won. Jin Sung was the helping hand that would take him out of the murky waters he had found himself in by treating him as a human being; unconditionally.