Today’s title is weird, but if you know that is a spoof on What Happened in Bali, you are easier to forgive it. For some reason this episode was split into two parts and each part had its own video. I decided to combine them all into one post though because these episodes are so short.
It looks like our couple is getting into the swing of things with this play acting/real acting. The only thing is, everyone else thinks DJ is JSW too. I foresee all sorts of problems coming up.
If you follow us on Twitter or Facebook then you know we had to cancel yesterdays live recap due to work. Just as an fyi, we try to give updates on Twitter as things happen, like if the update button breaks or something. It’s easy to shoot off a tweet until everything is popping again. Hopefully meetings don’t get in away again. Okay, off to the live recap!
This review is hella long, y’all. This is what usually happens when we don’t do things live-live and do them after the fact. We always pause to make sure we understood something properly and it takes us twice as long to do the recap, lol. Not a problem since it’s Friday afternoon and we love this show. Like super love. Like dripping with happiness love. This show is so great.
Dong-joo may look like JSW, but can he act like him? We find that out in this episode. Spoiler alert, it’s harder than it might seem. Also, good lord these images came out super grainy. What is up with that internet! I’m jealous of everyone with 4K screens.
We received a request for Han Hyo-joo’s recent Harper’s Bazaar interview and we were happy to oblige. We were already working on Lee Hyori’s interview, so we put this in the queue to work on right afterwards. Luckily it was a quick turnaround, (sometimes it can take longer if we have other work to do at our job).
The title of this episode is It’s Okay, It’s a Contract. Which is a take on the drama It’s Okay, It’s Love. That drama is so good by the way. I recommend watching it if you haven’t already. Okay, let’s get into it!
Lee Hyori (이효리) is hands down the best celebrity in Korea. Yes, I’m extremely biased because I already love her. But this interview shows just how leaps and bounds she is in front of the pack in terms of her mentality. I love how down-to-Earth she is, how bohemian she is, how humanitarian she is, and in how she continues to discover the world. Her yoga game is on point as well. Seriously, just check out her Instagram.
The second episode of Last Minute Romance was just as adorable as the first. Our couple meets in this episode, though it is only love (lust?) at first site for one of them. We have the stakes for everyone and we know what they each wants. I’m rooting for them.
This is our first web drama recap! Does anyone watch web dramas? I always want to watch them but they are so hard to find. It reminds me of the stone age of drama watching were the only way you could watch something was by knowing someone who knew someone.