What have I gotten myself into this time? That was the question I repeatedly asked myself while watching the latest episodes of My Daughter, Geum Sa-wol, because seeing Deuk-ye being kicked around and stomped on by Man-hoo’s family is totally a rage-inducing experience. Wow, my heart boils at the sight of the family, but I’m hanging onto the hope that she will make her revenge slow and painful. It’s not much, but it has started. YES.
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I was cautious before I started watching My Daughter, Geum Sa-wol because I can’t really tolerate weekend dramas, so I was ready with the possibility of having myself screaming at the screen. But then, I find the first week tolerable and entertaining. Although I am here for the young cast, the story of mommies and daddies is interesting, and I can’t wait to see how these people will make an impact in their children’s life later.
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Just like what I thought, MBC’s up and coming weekend offering, My Daughter, Geum Sa-wol, lives up to its writer’s credential: there are warring families, old grudges, mistaken identities, swapped babies, inferiority complexes, family secrets, and last but not least, friendship and rivalry. Strangely enough, the new work of writer Kim Sun-ok feels like a potentially good family drama, although the time slot is well known for its tendency to go all the way down the makjang route. Well, I am hoping that the show will surprise me, and surpass the sensational hit last year, Jang Bo-ri is Here!, which made it possible for its resident evil second lead Lee Yoo-ri to bring home the Daesang in the station’s drama awards.
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September is shaping up to be one interesting month with a slew of new dramas coming our way, which means the return of the celebrities we love! Baek Jin-hee and Park Se-young are making their comeback to the small screen through MBC’s weekend drama My Daughter, Geum Sa-wol, and both of them are featured in September issues of Grazia and @star1, respectively.
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“Oh. My. GODDESS!”
My first reaction and the repeated phrase for the next five minutes after I saw these photos. She’s truly a goddess! Park Se-young is a very pretty bride for Instyle Weddings’ April edition. I love it when men suit up, but when the girls dress up, I love it more!
Love love love this one!
Too bad we only got two pictures released to the press. I want MOAR~!