I don’t think I’ll be able to move from Chicago Typewriter anytime soon. Sometimes, it’s the drama you promised not to invest in too much ended up owning your mind, body, and soul, not to mention the tears. CT was like that to me. It was during the pre-emptions between episodes 8 and 9 that I realized that I was lost without the drama to bury myself in, proving that I was already too deep into it. I blame the drama and its soothing, lullaby-like background songs (despite the heavy themes looming behind), which became my respite from the real world in the past two months. The wait was worth it, and I’m left feeling hollow after the finale.
One sign that I’m so in love with a drama is the level of attachment I have with the characters. Eight episodes in and I really adore all the characters, even the sneaky Do-hwi. The amount of love might vary from one character to another but still, it’s a drama worth checking out when it’s this good. I sincerely hope that I will never regret picking up this drama despite the hint that it will be entering the melo department next week. Be still, my heart, and prepare for not one, but three possible major heartbreaks.
On a different note, if this drama isn’t part of the Oh! Boy project, “Miss Dok-mi Next Door (이웃집 독미씨)” might be a good choice of title. Just saying~
Note: This is just for fun. Heeee~
At loss for words…
“Making Up 100 Reasons Just to Meet You Coincidentally.”