" Meow, the secret boy " crafted a beautiful atmosphere, but the story was boring in the end.
First thing first, the drama is that kind of drama that feels like watching a fairy tale being unfolded in front of your eyes, think the likes of Thirty but Seventeen or Angel's last mission love, in which, the same actor was the lead. So, the cinematography of the drama, as well as the light, heartwarming mood, were spot on for the story. The transformation of the cat to a human were handled masterfully too, and there were few awkward moments to it. Also, the second couple was adorable and it was easy to root for them.
However, even though the first part of the drama had some interesting aspects, the main story burned its momentum quickly. Which is a blessing the fact that they only made twelve episodes, or reduced it to that amount of episodes, for that matter. Actually, though the main couple had chemistry, their romance was odd and it got awkward in the end. The love triangle, moreover, was boring.
Now, for the performances, everyone in the cast did a great job and there weren't really any bad performances. Shin Ye Eun showed us a more comical side of hers, Kim Myung Soo was hands down, the perfect man to play the cat, and Seo Ji Hoon, with those eyes that seemed ready to shed tears in any moment, nailed the dramatic character.
So, overall, five out of ten.
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