- Me: Seriously people. Stop tempting me with new dramas. I'm supposed to live a life!
- Boy: "I love you."
- Me: "I love you too."
- Boy: "How much?"
- Me: "A lot."
- Boy: "More than your favourite drama?"
- Me: "Know your limits, bro."
Then try City Hall.
It’s from the same writer and despite the fact that AGD and SG are pretty awesome by itself, to me (and to a lot other kdrama addicts out there too), City Hall remains her best work ever.
And i mean EVERRRRRR!!!
Just a word of caution though, the first few episodes ( like 5 or so) may be a bit of a struggle to get through because of all the political mumbo jumbo, but if you get through that and you hang on long enough, you will be rewarded with one of the best, if not the best love story ever told in the history of all kdramas.
"This guy’s warmth, this guy’s tears, this guy’s sincerity, made me feel at ease. It felt like I’ve been wandering around somewhere, but finally, being able to straighten my legs and fall asleep. ‘It’s okay to sleep comfortably, it’s not your fault.’ I felt like he was telling me that."
Just coasting along, watching mostly for Eric’s hotness and finding it’s meandering quite senseless, goddamit Episode 10 made me see it’s point.
And now i’m hurting in places and crying rivers.
Don’t get me wrong, i still think it could have taken 4 episodes rather than 10 for me to get there but still the feels were too much for me to handle.
Now i can’t wait to see how i’d begin to love the characters again when i thought i was already beginning to hate them.
PS: With how he manned up in this episode? I swear Tae Ha is already halfway there.