There are various types of episodes when it comes to the world of dramas. Of course it depends on the drama and what the very essence of the episode will be. However, there are some distinctive types of episode. There are the episodes that slow down the pace, episodes that
Battle for the news ratings in Pinocchio between MSC and YGN, battle for the ratings in the Wednesday-Thursday drama zone between MBS, SBS and KBS as well. The previous Thursday Pinocchio ranked first with Mr. Back following closely. After its 7th episode finished airing it fell back in the second
“Time flows in strange ways on Sundays and sights become mysteriously distorted.” Recently i started reading Haruki Murakami’s South of the Border, West of the Sun and it’s a really good company so far. The aforementioned quote is from 1Q84 and it paces really well with Sundays, i usually call
As episodes pass by i get overwhelmed more and more by Pinocchio’s aesthetic, it devours you gently in such an unerring way that you proceed willingly at your own risk at the cost of getting addicted; and that’s always something good in my drama books. It’s always about intensity, humor,
Everyone’s on a Pinocchio’s fifth episode fever, but i’m on actual fever, so my review/recap was a bit belated! Pinocchio during its second airing week started its counter attack towards its strong opponent, Mr. Back, that began airing one week before Pinocchio’s appearance, so it had an advantage. Pinocchio’s first
Ah, life can be so cruel sometimes. There was a birthday party last night and there was booze floating like rivers and we were like fish flowing through the currents. And you wake up the next morning, you wake up early and until you raise your head from the pillow
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