This movie is basically yet again another failed attempt at comedy from Korean cinema. Korean movies can be good at building tension, violence and even emotion. They are even good with action sometimes without constantly blowing stuff up, but when it comes to comedy it's rare to see a good one. I will admit the main reason I decided to see this movie was because of Lee Min Jung but her character is just so darn quirky to the max and not in a good way either. And her acting is just way too exaggerated even for a so called comedy like this one. Fans of Lee Min Jung maybe able to bear with it because of her screen presence. Even if her acting in this seems like something from a play instead of a movie and is way over the top. It might work for some dramas maybe but for a movie like this it just takes away from believability. Even for a movie that doesn't take itself seriously it is a negative. In fact a lot of characters in this movie is like that. Watching Lee Min Jung as a Korean group singer was funny and sorta cute though. Overall there is almost nothing that stands out about this movie or makes it memorable. Character development is almost nonexistent in this as well. Everything is just so cheesy and corny in a negative way and it tries to be cute too much but isn't all that effective most of the time. Some parts just seemed like fillers, which may work for dramas but rarely does in movies. But it does have slightly funny moments and has some sad parts although it isn't all that coherent to the rest of the movie so I give this movie a 4/10.
Jin-ah, the former leader of once popular girl band "Purple," hosts a radio show called "Wonderful Radio." When the producer of the program is sacked over low ratings, a new guy comes in to fill his shoes. Jae-hyeok is a cold, unfriendly man who only drinks iced coffee even in the winter. The easily irritable man and the conceited former diva are bound to get on each other's nerves at every corner.
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November 15, 2020 at 02:48 PM