The life of Hong Na Ri, a thirty-year-old flight attendant, is turned upside down when she comes home after her mother's death and finds out that she has a step father who is three years ... See full summary »
A young girl who lives with her cruel stepmother and sister, accidentally meets 3 young and rich cousins who live a luxury life in a big mansion and is hired by the boys grandpa to look after their bad behavior.
Kim Je-Ha (Ji Chang-Wook) is former solider for hire. He is also called K2. He is hired as a bodyguard by Choi Yoo-Jin (Song Yoon-A). Choi Yoo-Jin is the wife of a presidential candidate (... See full summary »
Drinking solo has some flaws, but overall is quite enjoyable. It's the story of people who like to drink alone, especially a college professor, who's very popular and thinks he is too good for everyone. At the same college where he teaches, a new Korean professor joins in, a girl with low educational background, but very willing to work hard. The two of them are very different, yet very similar. The good parts of the drama is the good performances (even from the idols) and the interesting side stories. The characters were very interesting and helped the drama be entertaining till the very end. Avtually, even the last episode, that usually is a boring resume of the story, was okay. Now, for the bad points. I didn't like the beginning and the ending of each episode, as it was a long repeat of the same pattern. If it was for a minute or so, it would have been fine, but it actually lasted for three minutes or so and it was just the same lines over eating scenes. In addition, the romance was just okay. I liked that the love triangle was a little mild, but the romance itself was weak, even though the chemistry was there. So 6 out of 10.
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