Blood episodes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 reviews
Now with classes and all, I don’t have enough time to watch all the dramas I want and I might be writing less often but I began watching Blood, to write reviews on the show for you guys, so here are episodes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. It won’t be a long post, I’ll try to point out the most important things that has happened on this kdrama.
First of all is Blood getting better, I might ask? I personally think the last episodes are getting somewhere and the storyline has become much more interesting. The supernatural things are still not my favorite scenes on the drama, but the way the drama has been developing somehow they don’t seem so strange to me. Except of the few, fight scenes which are a bit twilightish, but they are few so it’s not that bad.
On these episodes we get more information, on the main storyline. Lee Jae-Wook ( Ji Jin-Hee ) has become the head of the hospital after the administrator Yoo Seok-Joo (Kim Kap-Soo ) lets him. The truth is Yoo Seok-Joo has an incurable disease and I suppose, knowing that Lee Jae-Wook is a vampire doctor ( there is not a scene where Lee Jae-Wook admits his identity in front of him, if I’m not mistaken ) and that he is working on some new cure through the vampire blood they continue with a new project that nobody else from the hospital knows of. Some of the doctors that team up with Jin Kyung (Choi Kyung-In ), one of them Jung Ji-Tae (Kim Yu-Seok ) they suspect what’s going on and team up so they can figure it out. To the point we are now, there is the bad vampire’s team who wants to make this cure, using poor patients as guinea pig and the other doctor’s team with moral values.
Our main lead Park Ji-Sang (Ahn Jae-Hyeon ) is more with the second team, although he gets confused by Lee Jae-Wook, since he helps him with the vampire issues as an older vampire. Hopefully Park Ji-Sang is not naïve and tests Lee Jae-Wook’s blood supplies with his friend Joo Hyun-Woo (Jung Hae-In ), who he trusts more than anyone. Park Ji-Sang’s main aim is to become human and help his patients.
About the vampires on the show, we get more details on that. We know they can cure themselves, they are strong fast and about the burning sunlight I think it can burn them but using pills or drinking blood can prevent them from getting burned. The same goes with their desire for blood but the pills can’t be very helpful as Park Ji-Sang is becoming more of a vampire and only human blood can help him control his nature. The important thing is Park Ji-Sang is rare to his kind, since he was born from vampire parents, that has never happened before and that’s the reason Lee Jae-Wook wants him on his side. The usual characteristic of the vampires, who don’t age, is not explained on this drama, they seem to be aging like humans.
What would a drama be without the main couple’s romance? Doctor Yoo Ri-Ta (Ku Hye-Sun ), is revealed to be the girl Park Ji-Sang saved on the woods on the first episode. She changed her name after her parents died on that day. Yoo Ri-Ta’s past and character is more explained on these episodes and I must say it made me change what I was thinking about her until now and starting like her, like her a lot. Yoo Ri-Ta despite her short temper, she is a nice person and teams up with the good doctors too against her uncle. After some events, she starts suspecting there is something different with Park Ji-Sang. Her memory of her childhood makes her easier to believe on supernatural things. They both get closer, which I like. Their chemistry is really good and I want more romance between them, can’t wait for the next episodes.
The hospital vampire project getting interesting and the main leads romance getting better has really helped my decision continuing with this drama.
My take on Ahn Jae Hyun’s acting as Park Ji Sang is exactly what I wrote in my first review, I get the bad critics, but there is never a time where I’m annoyed by his acting maybe I wouldn’t bother noticing the times he is a bit of a rookie actor, if I didn’t know, his work has paid off. Ku Hye Sun’s take on Yoo Ri-Ta is totally understandable now, I think she does a great job of making us like a what it looks on the first sight spoiled girl, who in reality has a tender and broken side.
The thing that concerns me, is that it is a 20 episodes drama and I don’t know how they’re going to do these episodes without the drama getting less interesting.
What do you guys think?
p.s Luuvy ( Luuvy ) can be entertaining