I completely laughed out loud and also totally creep out tonight. And, yes, I was watching this Korean drama followed by the third episode of Game of Thrones.
What? Who says one can’t watch both and find equal, although different, enjoyment from both shows?
Damn, I already know that Korean brand of humor is really something, but the Hong sisters are really in a league of their own. It even got to the point where I have this quick wishful thinking that if only I know Korean… Because, well, even with
some a lot of things got lost in translation, I’ve laughed like a mad person already. Now, imagine if I actually do understand every. single. joke.
And Gong Yoo is gold. That guy can produce comical expressions one after another like a machine.
Anyway, move along to GoT: I love it when they do something like putting in gay king-wannabe, smart heroine that’s able to produce quick and brilliant thinking on her own, Tyrion and Peter Dinklage and Tyrion (have I mentioned him already? Not enough yet? Okay), and… Basically continuing to screw everyone up.
Oh, and as for the body count this episode. Damn you, Martin, I actually like the uncle-substitute which takes Arya and Gendry away to the Wall. He’s still badass until his end though, so I may (or may not, I haven’t decided yet) let the matter pass. It’s for the sake of the story (by raising its dramatic level), so what the hell, right?