Saturday, December 7, 2019

[SPOILERS!!!][Chocolate Roundup] Episode 3 + 4

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Original Source (Sports Chosun via Naver): 'Chocolate' Ha Ji Won makes mandoo stew for ex-boyfriend Yoo Teo...Yoo Teo's character dies

Nationwide ratings for episode 3 that aired on December 6: 4.3% (cr. Naver TV)

1. [+976 / -20] Actor Yoo Teo's vibes [here] are completely different from his role as a terrorist on 'Vagabond'.. He matches the role of a villain but he also matches melo dramas... I'm a bit sad that his appearance is short! Yoon Kye Sang's breathless sobbing acting at the end was heartbreaking ㅠㅠ

2. [+587 / -30] Oddly, I keep having to keep up with the drama..

3. [+504 / -37] There's no development in the story ㅋ I'm watching it because I like the actors and because it has an old feeling to it unlike the dramas these days. It's rather fun because it's impractical and it makes it easier to be immersed into it - if the drama it's too realistic, it's difficult to watch - life is already hard to live,,

4. [+240 / -22] Today's episode was hella fun ㅠㅠ I feel bad for Lee Kang and Cha Young ㅠㅠㅠㅠ

5. [+175 / -9] He has a fiancée but he's also weird for saying that he wants to eat his ex-girlfriend's mandoo stew.. The friend (Yoon Kye Sang) is also weird for flying to Greece to meet up with the ex-girlfriend so that he can fulfill his friend's wish.. There's somewhat a lot of weird things but I'm going to give it a watch because of Yoon Kye Sang..

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Original Source (X Sports News via Naver): 'Chocolate' Ha Ji Won faints after reuniting with Yoon Kye Sang at the hospice ward

Nationwide ratings for episode 4 that aired on December 7: 4.6% (cr. Naver TV)

1. [+649 / -24] The frustrating storyline is equivalent to one hundred sweet potatoes but am I, the one who is watching, a sweet potato addict? It's a drama that's enjoyable for you to cuss while watching. I think I'll be watching it again next week. It's a storyline that's predictable but... I'm curious about the ending (t/n: When people mention goguma/sweet potatoes for dramas, they mean the plot development is frustrating)

2. [+606 / -40] It's a waste for the actors.. Honestly.. The storyline and directing is both all frustrating.

3. [+507 / -21] This drama somewhat is a 90s storyline but I, unknowingly, watched it up until the end. I think I'll watch it next week too

4. [+449 / -16] It's fun but if they're going to go for the sad route then they certainly have to make it sad and dark.. It's somewhat ambiguous. And the storyline where the two leads get entangled is... a bit weak. If you nitpick it, it's not Ha Ji Won's fault that Yoon Kye Sang's mom died - it was just an accident and it doesn't seem much that she dated his best friend and they broke up but they're both sad as if there's some excessive tragedy

5. [+248 / -14] "Do you want to go eat jjajangmyeon with me?" I'm surviving with this one saying ❤❤❤
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