Yes, no, maybe. Maybe, maybe I have neglected this drama but well, school started and then I just got busy and didn’t feel in the mood to finish off this drama. I am so so so so super duper sorry! I know I haven’t been posting in a while and I have neglected Drama Go Go Go. But, I did manage to finish this drama and I can safely say that it is one of the better progressive drama that I have seen, which is always a plus!
I loved what this drama was able to bring out from start to finish. In fact, this drama was exceptionally long compared to the usual 16 ep k-drama but this drama (plus, each ep ranged from 45 minutes to 1h 15 mins) did not fail to deliver in its concept. There were the complications, the second leads, love and most importantly, what I absolutely enjoyed about this drama is the sense of family. Sure, there was some slowing down which is evident in every drama but it wasn’t visible enough to actually drag down the plot but instead where is did slow down it helped to lead a build up to the next scene of the drama. That aside, this was a really sweet rom-com to watch. Everything worked so well for this drama from the leads to the plot and even to the complications. Continue reading
Rest assure, I have not dropped this drama! I have just been behind a little bit, or well, maybe A LOT, because 720p HD eps are hard to hunt down! Now that I have hunted them down, I finally get to see Fu Yun Kai! Like, finally! I have waited 20 eps for this to happen! With everything that has happened to Ming Ming, I am actually glad for his appearance. Ming Ming’s love life to say the least is a mess right now so Yun Kai is great as an alternative path that she can take.
These four eps definitely grew in pace from the previous four eps but it is not going too fast which is quite good. It is going as a steady pace which is extraordinary considering everything that is evolving. I am surprised with everything that is happening yet it does not appear any bit complicated because if you look at it, things should intertwine with each other but surprisingly they do not. They may overlap but it doesn’t weave itself with the other complications present.
These four eps only makes things that much more complicated for Ming Ming. She has to deal with Shao Tian who is actively trying to pursue her, Eason who is trying to win back her heart and Yun Kai who has confessed that he likes her. Not only that, but her life gets even more complicated when it is revealed that Pei Ni is pregnant. Also, she has to deal with her own contending heart and find the one who is right for her. She clearly knows who she wants in her heart but does that person deserve it? That is something that she keeps asking herself time and time again and just as she thinks her answer is there, she gets kicked and realised that the answer is not what she initially thought it was. These four eps gives her no definite answer but instead leads her to truly question what she wants. Continue reading
I can’t help it, I like this picture!
I’m not sure what’s with the airing schedule but two eps were aired on both Saturday and Sunday which meant that a total of four eps aired this/last week. Each of these four eps were a part totalling to the entire four eps, if that makes any sense, ahahahahas! That’s okay because that meant that it was a double dose of Ruby Lin, Jiro Wang and Lin Geng Xin! That is always going to be a plus!
I’m not sure if I like where these four eps are heading because it just seems to have slowed down and softened up from the previous eps. The previous eps was bang and really explosive because it was revealing and these four eps dropped from there. However, these four eps plays off from the bang and subsequently drops from there. Each of the characters present are essentially left to fend for themselves and to travel on their quest of love listening to their heart and this just downs everything because what we have witnessed all along is the characters continually supporting and leading each other on this quest. Now everyone is parting their ways and going on this alone. Continue reading
This is where everything unfolds and comes tumbling down for Ming Ming. After all her failed previous relationships, she must face yet another one before she is allowed to head on the path to happiness. Even as this drama heads to the stalling point, it manages to do so in a way that keeps your attention span and appear progressive. This should be the turning point of where everything else in this drama bounces off from; some people are going to appear (hopefully), others are going to embark on the path that they should have took long ago and then there are others who will reclaim the path that they have accidentally diverged from.
These two eps embarked on a series of relationships that quickly blossomed into something anew. There was Pei Ni and Eason’s relationship, Eason and Qiong Zhi Mummy’s relationship, Eason and Ming Ming’s relationship as well as Ming Ming’s relationship with Shao Tian. These relationships were either dulled down in the previous eps or they were non-existent but now they are alive with fire. What this drama manages to handle so well ep after ep is the way that it handles the various relationships, whether they be romantic or simply platonic. Continue reading
This is what I am talking about; progress is in the air! This is what progress should be! It shows no sign of going too fast nor is it going too slowly, it is just right and balanced in the middle. Everything appears to be very in sync and are taking it step by step but in doing so it is not too draggy but rather everything happens evenly. Even the development of Ming Ming and Eason’s unofficial official relationship feels just right. They got together quite quickly in a mere SIX episodes but it does not feel that it is rushed, not even a tiny bit. They make me feel that they have a much deeper connection than what they show on screen (plus, they are adorable!) Watching this makes me come to realise that the level of development and progress plays a huge role into the synchronisation and chemistry that our characters exhibit.
I have had my share of watching celebrity/rich guy-commoner relationship and trust me, I love watching them as they generally follow the same outline and here is no exception. However, this drama does take this on a different perspective with Eason “using” Ming Ming as well as Ming Ming being a shadow to Eason. Also, the portrayal of Jiro and Ruby’s character respectively is quite deep where you can delve inside as to what the characters are thinking about.
Seriously, the more I watch the drama, the more I am tossing between Eason or Shao Tian. Why must these two guys be so darn handsome and why must they be so attractive? And why must they both be so tentative towards Ming Ming. Really, if they were both in a boxing match, it will be a very tight win for anyone. Arghhh, Ming Ming should just have both! I’ll take both! 🙂 Continue reading
Oh man, if the first four eps were a way to start off this drama, then action is happening fast like hot potatoes! Things just never seem to settle, they are just quickly jumping from one thing to another! And with each scene, it always manages to make either scream, squeal, embarrassed for the characters or somewhere in between. Now this is the readying and heated pace that I am much looking forward to! No wonder it is Go Go Go! Ahahahhas! The name as well as the pace suits this drama just fine and perfectly; the lively and charismatic atmosphere requires the pace to be heated to accompany this drama. This is why this drama is so good to watch; with such light atmosphere, you can really see the connection between the characters (and I don’t just mean between the leads but with every single other character) which for us as the audience are drawn to this drama.
Why does this drama have to be so adorably cute!? Seriously, Ruby is probably one of the cutest girls out there who can really rock a perm. And that only just makes her cuter! Also, her personality and innocence just makes her that much adorably cute! Plus, our males leads here have such a sizzling chemistry and even though they are not exactly on the friendliest of terms, there chemistry is like best bros. Ommmgggg, and then there is Ruby’s chemistry with our leads which are adorably cute! (Am I overusing the words adorably cute?) Gahhhhhhhhhh, I think I might be going ballistic while watching this! I swear, there is connection between every single character here! What has this drama done to me? Continue reading
Recently there has been something with me and the reluctance to watch good dramas. I’ve just been really on the edge on which drama I should watch, and for this drama I was even more reluctant to watch it ever since I saw Absolute Boyfriend. Not that Jiro’s acting is bad in anyway, because it’s not; but because of the storyline in Absolute Boyfriend. I was scared, I didn’t want a repeat of that here. I wanted a good and solid storyline, something that we as viewers can grasp on. After hearing the positive ravings on Drama Go Go Go, I decided to check it out and boy am I ever glad I did. I can tell you one thing that this drama is meters ahead of Absolute Boyfriend. Jiro’s acting is totally contrary to his acting in AB. It is much more comfortable and relaxed and my biggest guess for this is that his co-star is someone whom he can communicate to unless his co-star in AB. Ahahahas! Well, four eps in and I have found myself another drama to loathe over!
I am just ever so glad that I decided to give this a go or else I would have missed out the chance to view such an extraordinary drama. I’ll admit that when I first heard of the plot of this drama I was a bit skeptical, actually I mean A LOT; I mean it’s about a woman getting involved with three different men who are all of different ages, how weird can it get? But when you watch it, it really isn’t that weird and appears to be the norm, but then again only time will tell, I have let to seek out the gist of this drama so who knows. Continue reading