REVIEW: My Lovely Girl Episode 3

Alrights, just finished My Lovely Girl Eipsode 3, and nope no recaps or discussion. I actually just drop by to say that I would most probably drop this drama. The first two episodes felt alright, but Episode 3 was boring, and same old recycled stuff from other similar dramas.

I don’t mind if dramas have the same concept – but I really want something to be different, so that it feels sort of refreshing and different, but this drama doesn’t do it for me. I was hoping the plot would save the drama, if the acting doesn’t – but I’m not placing any hopes on the plot anymore. It might still be too early to judge, but I don’t really want to spend my time watching something, hoping it would get better.

Basically, Se Na joins as a trainee, and yes like every other trainee in other rom/musical drama, she is ‘looked down’ by other trainees, and people will start plotting and going against her… and blah blah blah. All of you should know the usual right? It seems that in Episode 4, the ‘bullying’ gets worse, and I’m just giving it one last go. If in Episode 4 I see nothing promising, I would most likely drop this.

I don’t know why these kind of dramas have to always have those conflict??? Can’t they just give us a company where everyone gets along and we feel all warm and fuzzy as they all work hard together to achieve their dreams? Trainees/Newbies being bullied is so mainstream.

FIRST IMPRESSION: My Lovely Girl Episode 1 & 2


I’ve watched My Lovely Girl, and I’m not sure if it’s a good thing or a bad thing, but I sort of like it. There is a certain sweet vibe I get when I see Hyun Wook trying to look after Yoon Se Na. We also know the pain it would bring in the later episodes when she finds out he is her sister’s ex-boyfriend. I just hope they don’t overdo it and get all moody with the push-and-pull.

I really love the fact there’s a dog in this, but the dog has cancer! NO! Does that means we’ll only have the dog for a few episodes 😦 Personally, I felt the two episodes were watchable. Nothing to shout about, but it’s not boring either. A little bit too predictable, but most dramas are anyway, so not an issue with that – unless drama goes overboard in later episodes.

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