As the plot goes deeper and we get nearer to the center of everything, Mirror of the Witch has reached its halfway mark in what feels like a blink of an eye. The story is easy to follow but I can see why the opinions are divided for the drama: it’s either exciting or boring, not in between. For me, the joy of watching this little fairy tale is in watching the characters grow (albeit not in the fastest rate), finding solace and support in each other. But that does not mean the baddies are doing nothing; they are lurking from every corners and holes, prying for their targets and goals.
It’s official: I’m under the spell of Mirror of the Witch and I don’t think I can escape easily now that I am this deep into the drama. How did I know? Well, you know you are just infatuated with a show when you can’t stop thinking about it on the day it airs and you are literally staring at the clock waiting for the show to be out, then waiting for both episodes to be available. Forget about subs, because I can’t wait anymore.
I watched Jeon Woo Chi a few days (or was it two days?) ago for the countless times already, and had a good laugh for myself, part of it thanks to Yum Jung-Ah’s character there. She’s so different from her angelic-but-not-so-innocent Kim In-Sook in Royal Family. Here, she’s featured in HEREN magazine, April 2012 issue.
Currently watching the seventh episode of Royal Family, this means that I’m almost halfway the journey to the end of this 18-episode series. I’m not really sure why nowadays, I find dramas with serious tone and circles around people who are matured than me (am I that young to say so?) to be more entertaining than those centered around teenagers or youths like me. Well, there are times that we have to be more matured, right? I guess it’s the same for my Kdrama taste.