FAVORITE DRAMAS BY GENRE

Overall (recently)
1. Taxi Driver
2. Vincenzo
3. On The Verge Of Insanity
4. Beyond Evil
5. Hush
6. Sell Your Haunted House (Daebok Realty)
7. Navillera
8. "Ohjingoh" Game
9. Police University
10. Monthly Magazine Home
11. Undercover
12. My Dangerous Wife
13. Kairos
14. Times
15. Woman of 9.9


Thrillers
1. Stranger
2. Taxi Driver
3. Beyond Evil
4. Vincenzo (part-comedy)
5. "Ohjingoh" Game
6. Voice
7. Signal
8. Tunnel
9. Man To Man
10. Flower of Evil
11. Memorist
12. Bad Guys
13. Watcher

Inspiring / Warm-Hearted / Drama
1. My Mister
2. Navillera
3. Hush
4. On The Verge Of Insanity
5. Police University
6. Hi Bye Mamma!
7. Was it Love?
8. My Holo Love
9. Prison Playbook (Gambang Saenghwal)
10. Monthly Magazine Home
11. Because This is My First Life

Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Supernatural
1. Item
2.Sell Your Haunted House (Daebok Realty)
3. A Korean Odyssey
4. Live Up To Your Name
5. The Uncanny Counter
6. The Eternal Monarch
7. Bring it On, Ghost!
8. Mystic Bar
9. Rugal

Horror
1.Strangers From Hell
2."Ohjingoh" Game

Historical
My Country: The New Age

Political Drama / Thrillers
1. Stranger
2. DS: 60 Days
3. Chief of Staff
4. Undercover
PERSONAL THOUGHTS


10/17/21

So far, "The Road: Tragedy Of One" is unraveling like a daytime soap opera - with all the hidden secrets, agendas and schemes. But it is stylistically suspenseful with mystery unfolding - which is why I'm hooked. As they say, "if all's well that ends well". Usually, the ending is important - some dramas have awful endings which ruin the entire drama.

Dramas to look forward to: "One Ordinary Day", "Crime Puzzle", "Chimera", and / (maybe "Jiri-San").

10/13/21

I decided to try "The Road: Tragedy Of One" because of the main lead (from DS 60 Days, Undercover). I'm not enamored with rich people / cheating type of stories, but so far - this appears to be a smooth mystery / crime thriller underneath (not much violence if at all - but just started this). Judgment reserved until finished.

"Hometown" is just as creepy as "Save Me" and some other horror drama. The main villain appears to also be a cult leader.

10/09/21

"Shall We Have A Cup Of Coffee" is the type of drama I'm definitely looking out for. But it also depends on what content the creators decide to put in there - side dramas, storylines, etc. Not every drama like this works - but more often than not, it's worth a try.

Currently watching the mystery thriller "Hometown". Judgement reserved until finished. It takes place in 1999, so the way it is filmed and set design has to be from that period. It was a bit slow going at first, but picking up steam.

10/07/21

"Police University" cracks my Top Ten - what began as more of a comedy, ended as a nice mystery drama with some lessons / ethics to be learned or live by in terms of being a Police cadet or student. And vice versa for the professors and detectives, since no one is above the law. "Red Sky" - this seems to be heading towards a tragic ending. But who knows, there might be happy one.



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