Let’s Eat is back with Season 2! First of all, this episode is not a recap, nor a discussion, unlike what I did for season 1. It’s just a review after I watched the first episode. I would probably write up another post sometime this week, if I have time.
I loved the first season, and despite being excited about a second season, it’s still upsetting that most of the cast from season 1 is not returning😦
I still decided to give it a try, and after watching the first episode, I have mixed feelings. The episode wasn’t bad, but my love for season 1 casts is stopping me from loving the casts in season 2. Maybe I just need time, but it’s really hard to see Daeyoung with another girl and not Sookyung😦
What makes it even harder is that, it seems like the drama is setting up Daeyoung and Sooji to be in a relationship early in the game, or rather romance might play a big part in the drama. In season 1, the romance wasn’t the main draw – but the relationship between the neighbors and their love for food.
Anyway, in this first episode, we find out that Daeyoung and Sooji are ex-classmates, before Daeyoung transferred school – and Sooji is holding a grudge against him for that. *yawns* are we seriously doing that kind of romance, drama? please don’t disappoint.
Besides that – am I the only one who doesn’t fall for the food porn???
The best part about Let’s Eat is always THE FOOD. However, in this episode, the food porn is not satisfying at all. When Daeyoung eats, it looks really good – but I don’t feel anything watching the others eat. Maybe it’s because Doojoon has been doing it since season one – or maybe I just need to stop thinking about season 1 – but how not to😦
Of course not all is bad – in fact, it’s a pretty alright episode and a good start and I think it might be fun. Maybe I had too high expectations and too much love for season 1.
Well, I need to give myself more time to warm up to the casts (they’re all did great though in this episode). Let’s hope that it will good and I need more food porn!
Oh and I think to enjoy this season, I probably have to forget about season one – or rather think of it as a wholly separate drama, because season one is still too dear to my heart.