Here is the live recap for episodes 5 and 6 of I Am Not A Robot! I’m ready to see how that curry interrupts our scientists plans.
That ending was so unexpected. I mean I knew it would be a shock for Jo-ah to see Min-gyu, I just didn’t think she would react so much! I have a feeling it will be hard for our heroine to pretend to be a robot. I love it!
Yay! The first episode is finally here! Hip Hip Hurray! Let’s see how fabulous this drama is going to be shall we?
We have had one lovely year over here on Bah+Doo. I started Bah+Doo (pronounced Bah-doo) on April 22, 2017 with two posts. One of the posts was on Oh Hae-young Again which is basically the Korean drama that got me back into Korean dramas. I dissected the scene where I fell in love with that drama and the song that played and the words that were said, ah, it still gives me goosebumps. So it all poured out into a drama post and I went from there.
We are picking up the Korean drama I’m Not a Robot | She is Not a Robot as our next live recap. I am pretty excited about this one because I love the concept of a girl pretending to be a robot in order to have a job (I’m assuming) and a boy who doesn’t like people but has a person looking robot next to him all the time who happens to be an actual person.
Okay y’all, it’s the last episode! We heard through the grapevine that todays episode is 80 minutes! Like for real for real. I’m a little scared because after yesterdays ending I don’t know what to believe anymore. Is this writer going to give us a Lovers in Paris? A Goblin? HELP ME UNDERSTAND.
Are you prepared for this Mama, Jin-joo, Ban-do cry fest encounter of the third kind we are about to be exposed to? Because I’m not. All the feels are out y’all and that had to be hard for Ban-do, especially with how traditional his family dynamics are, but he did it. He did it in the most exposed way possible holding this box of grapes and apologizing with all his heart and soul as he cried into the abyss. As Oprah and Beyonce say, “Those were ugly tears y’all.” That’s when you know, man. That’s when you know.
The ending of the last episode was filled with so many feels, y’all. Nam-gil has completely fallen for Jin-joo, Ban-do has completely re-fallen for Jin-joo, and Jin-joo is caught in the middle of this love sandwich with extra cheese.
Y’all, this show hits me in all the feels. I go back and forth as to if I want them to get back together or not. I kind of want Ban-do and Jin-joo to move on (I mean who doesn’t love the 2nd lead right?), but then I see their little bundle of joy and I want them to work things out. Maybe there is a compromise?
This was a very cute web drama that ended just as adorably as it began. The title is a take on the super successful Answer Me franchise with Answer Me 1997, Answer Me 1994, and Answer Me 1988. This one is bitter sweet though because it is wishful thinking. I had a fun time watching this series and I look forward to the next web drama!