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No sex scenes in this but the comedy was brilliant. Something in the Rain gets my vote, it is indelibly imprinted on my soul.
These two have as much chance in this unpredictable world as the next couple. I do feel that I was talking about the characters and therefore, by extension, the writing rather than the actors, though I do concede that this role did taint Son Ye Jin for me, until I saw her again in CLOY.
Different strokes for different folks, as they say. Also, I am familiar with the idea that dramatic tension needs to be introduced in order to keep a story interesting.
To that end, I was personally more satisfied with how OSN dealt with the conflicts it introduced, compared to how SITR dealt with its conflicts.
I would say though, that I did not, as you say, give up when things started to go wrong, since I did finish the show — and therefore was able to write this review.
Having watched both SITR and OSN, in that order, and being a relative newcomer to Kdramas, perhaps I could add a few comments. Essentially, SITR is an almost perfect rom-com until the relationship is exposed to the world and family.
All credit to you and a number of others who stayed high on SITR but the show lost me. Emotions are much stronger than logic or reason and good agents and managers know this and so are very careful in selecting roles for their clients.
This is what makes life interesting, the differences in how we perceive things. If we were all the same, it would be boring.
Hm… looks like we are talking about three different shows in this sidebar, CLOY, OSN, and SitR. What is common between the three; all have a social or political forces that obstruct blossoming of a relationship and its sustainability in the future.
Between SitR and OSN, I am not sure about which is a harder social taboo to overcome, as I have very little understanding of Korean culture. The crew make their best effort to bring us shows that we enjoy.
The final product is team effort. I think in CLOY watching BTS , the off screen friendship which they have confirmed between the two leads helped them show much better chemistry on screen, plus the fact that Hyun Bin and Son Ye Jin are lot more versatile actors, heavier weights in the industry and hence their ability to influence script brought us a better show of the three in my opinion.
SitR was too deep into intimate romance between the leads, more physical, and some may say cheesy. While I really enjoyed the show, like kfangurl, I thought the characters in the show were flawed.
Jung Hae-In was better in SirR than in OSN. OSN somehow felt more real, even though my life experiences are closer to SitR. Ji-min Han did a great job of portraying Jung-in.
Between SitR and OSN, of all the common actors, there were many, I think Min-Kyung Joo did the best job. Keep an eye on her, she is going places.
A Reviewer: I may have misread your comparison, but actresses Han Ji-min and Son Ye-jin are virtually the same age — 37 and 38 as of today.
As written, it was a prickly character to bring to life, and I thought she did a really great job of it. My bad, I must have misread Ms.
You are correct, they were both born in I thought the acting in all three of these shows was excellent, both the primary and secondary roles.
I for one appreciate seeing realistic relationship struggles in a show like this. In this case, it felt like they injected profoundly serious flaws into the relationship much too late to resolve convincingly in the brief time left at the end.
The pacing felt like a casualty to the pressure of needing to write and re-write episodes only a few weeks ahead of production.
All that said, the only reason most of us bother to talk about it is that we were SO enchanted with the quality of the romance up till that point.
The acting in SitR was excellent 2. The OTP as written in the first half of SitR was extremely compelling. I thought the pop and bros were following the character portrayals in the script — dad as distant and barely communicative and both bros as shallow, but one both shallow and vile and the other merely shallow and a twit!
I found all three of their acting unnatural, especially when they were portraying anger. You might be right. Hm… the last couple I watched was Toy Boys and Money Heist.
Toy Boys were had less over the top scenes than Money Heist never watched past season one. I really love your reviews!
Reading them always gave me additional insights into the show that I could have missed otherwise! So I went into this show with much lower expectations to begin with, but yes I still came out disappointed.
I find amusing your comment that CLOY miraculously reversed whatever bad feelings you had for Son Ye-jin as an actress. In my case since I watched CLOY first before this show, the good vibes that Son Ye-jin had build in CLOY was too big, any disappointment in this show could barely nudge the huge capital she had built for me.
I have a different interpretation of the ending though, esp. For me, the moves of Jin Ah to uproot herself geographically from her family to live in Jeju and quitting her job, are actually attempts in that direction — to change her context.
And thanks to her moves which put her in a position to be ready this time. Hm… glad you share the same thoughts about the ending as I did after watching the last two episodes a second time, prompted by comments here that they had not resolved anything.
They yelled at each other, got it out their systems, and were ready to re-unite. Few frames of them on beach or some landmark in the US would have provide better closure.
Thank you for your detailed review, which in the most part I agreed with. My wife and I were both emotionally exhausted at the end of the series and I was frustrated, as you pointed out, that most of the issues did not get resolved.
As an insight to Korean culture I found it fascinating. As others have heard too many times, I got so frustrated my wife had to watch the last two episodes without me and then explain what happened.
Which, considering what did happen, was definitely the right call. Yet that couple all continues to linger with me.
Which would not be the case with a failed show, normally. I wonder if anyone associated with the writing decisions has talked about the internal debate over where to take things in that final stretch?
Yes, the couple lingers with me too! The show could have been so great — such a shame they ruined it! Yes, they are on Netflix in the UK. A number of these shows start slow with a couple set-up episodes before they get into the groove.
Hi, your observation about the mother is spot on, IMO, even if you take the cultural aspects out.
I found the mothers actions very selfish and self-centered. Reminded me of how my mother behaved when I did something similar and it took me decades to forgive her.
My wife lost interest in the show halfway through, my curiosity kept me going. Of the last few dramas I watched, CLOY, Memories of Alhambra, Something in the Rain and My Holo Love, I would SitR the lowest of them, even though Son Ye-jin did a great job of portraying Jin-ah very well.
There is a movie on Amazon Prime called Red Family — little dated but quite good. You may want to check that out. Okay so first I want to say- I am so happy I found your blog!
I am a relative newbie to kdramas and have been an avid watcher for the last year or so. I started with Romance is a Bonus Book and was clearly spoiled by its awesomeness.
I watched both Something in the Rain and One Spring Night and I have to say- when Something started I was so in love with the story and the characters.
I loved the unadulterated romance scenes, the kissing scenes were so amazing. And the way it ended was okay but left such a bad taste in my mouth.
I read your blog right after and was so happy someone else felt the same. Then on your recommendation with OSN I tried to watch that.
It was okay at best for me. It felt like the story barely took off the ground and stayed at a steady and often boring pace for me.
That show was the hardest one for me to get through by far. Mostly because it felt so slow. I liked how mature the couple was in comparison to this show no ridiculous lying, no blow ups and weird ultimatums but it lacked the compelling romance that something had at first.
I had to stay away from kdramas for a while after back to back watching these two shows lolol. But I came back with one of my favorites!
And the couple has such an intense chemistry, it is amazing to watch them. Thank you so much for your detailed reviews and fun voice!
Hi there mothermakeme! Welcome to the blog! You can check that out here. That sounds like it would be up your alley.
I hope that helps! In the past, I have watched some critically acclaimed Korean movies that were available on Prime Video.
During the lock down, I stumbled upon CLOY. I was so impressed by the performance of the lead actors that I sought out their other works and ended up watching Something in the Rain.
Somethings might have been lost in translation. So please take my comments with this in mind. Unlike the reviewer, I would not be so kind to the Mum.
Yes, parents often think about what is best for their children. But that does not mean that they know best. My mum threw very similar kind of fits back in the day.
It got so bad that I left for a western country and tried to negotiate with her from a distance. I returned three years later; my girl friend and I moved away and got married.
Nearly forty years later, we still think we made the right choice — to remove ourselves from all the drama around age etc. But K-Dramas seem to have 16 episodes.
That is the real culprit here; adds a lot of side stories that do not have the same impact — that sometimes makes the whole show a little tiring.
I think Memories of Alhambra and CLOY did a better job of better integrating minor story lines to the main thread.
You changed your context and freed yourself from the context that was threatening to stifle you. I feel like very little changed for our lead couple in this show, such that I felt nothing really changed by the end, even though she moved to Jeju Island, and he came back to look for her.
The unhealthy dynamics in their relationship is still present, plus they are still in Korea, which implies that if they resume their relationship, they will face the same familial opposition that they did earlier int the show.
I hope that made sense. I do understand that every person has a different filter through which they receive their dramas, and therefore we all enjoy different dramas.
I can add a different perspective to Reviewer in that I sympathized with the couple in SITR facing social and family opposition to their relationship.
However, the arc of the relationship was defined by us. The lying and other deceiving, of course, but also choosing to stay with an employer that treated her like dirt over Joon Hee and continuing to cave to a mom like that regarding her own love life.
Not to mention the gall of making us listen to not one but two versions of a wretchedly annoying song, over and over and over, when that song urges women to do THE EXACT OPPOSITE of what Jin Ah actually does in the show!
But they took it sideways much too close to the end of the run and then had to act like nothing really needed to be addressed get the couple back together.
Thanks for sharing your story, Geo! During his stay in the US and on return his feelings for her have not changed he has not dated anyone while in US.
Her feelings for him have not changed; neither of them are willing to admit to that to the other, instead they bicker.
They both beat around the bush again and just want to enjoy the here and now — lame. From E2, Jin-ah is realizing that he is the one.
As time progresses she knows he is the one. That said, I thought Son Ye-jin did an excellent job of portraying the character that the writers created, I guess unlike Negotiation and CLOY, she did not have the rapport with the director to influence how the character was depicted.
BTW, I tried to figure out what the age difference is between Jin-ah and Joon Hee… googling for this is what brought me to this site.
Do you folks know the answer? I have to say, I spent a lot of time imagining this story from his perspective during the time they were apart.
The pain and loss of the rejection he would have felt. Not healthy, to be honest, but oddly addictive, for me at least. Had the writers taken that angle and really run with it, with a fully developed resolution, it could have been quite powerful.
I have no problem with flawed characters or bad life choices, per se. She pointed that her job is to make us extremely tense and uncomfortable.
Forgetting that she was the one who made tense in the first place. Per kfangurl, it was a four-year age gap in the script.
My first wife and the mother of my children is eight years older than I. Even our peers were uncomfortable with the idea :.
Hi there Reviewer, maybe this DramaWiki page will help; it has the ages of the characters listed. Hi Reviewer, those are the ages of the characters.
Son Ye Jin is 38 and Jung Hae In is 32, in real life. Btw, I used imdb. Thanks for the thought, Reviewer! THANK YOU A Million!
And this review is another beautifully written one which, I must admit, read before I started. Boy am I glad I did.
Taking your advice on reading your short verdict of a show before I start a new drama so I can correctly adjust my lens.
Captain Ri and Se Ri CLOY came the closest to this. So when I read your review and a few others, I knew my craving was going to be satisfied — boy were they between episodes 3 — 6!
It did make me think how short changed we were in CLOY! Ye-jin and HB are clearly more than capable when it comes to intimate scenes so it baffles me why they decided to not go for it!
Guess the producer wanted to keep it PG which I get. I know JH came across quite intense for you but I felt like he was so consumed with love that he always went the extra mile even if that made him look weak, silly or borderline psychotic!
I loved how gentle and caring he was with her even when he was angry and had a million reasons to shout at her. I mean, I loved the gentle trait, but not so much that he let every mistake she made slide — and there were lots of them!
I really really disliked the manner everyone found out! They could have easily… I repeat … EASILY, have taken everyone individually maybe except for the mum out on a coffee date and broke the news.
I know its probably easier said than done but finding out by walking in on a book full of drawings? My goodness!
The cheek. As an older sister with a little brother who I would do anything for… this cut deep! Her harsh words and abuse dished out was truly distasteful.
What happened? Given that it was SUCH a massive part of the story it was disappointing to say the least. Again disappointing.
Hi there Ella!! Great to see you! The first time he grabbed Gyu Min by the tie, I was quite thrilled, to be honest. It was only when I revisited the scene for this review, that I realized I was no longer thrilled, and actually found the intensity disturbing, even then.
What can I say, I was blinded by the cracky headiness of their initial courtship! With regards to intimate scenes, the broadcast guidelines in Korea are very strict, so dramas on general networks would tend to be extra restrained.
Dramas on cable networks have a little more room to play with, in comparison. Both this and CLOY aired on cable channels, but I guess the CLOY folks wanted to be able to appeal to more general audiences.
You can take a look at my review here. So it never would have been as simple as sitting everyone down and having a talk.