2 First impressions of #KDrama (2015) Heard it Through the Grapevine by [Couch Kimchi & A Touch of Drama]


A New Korean drama started this week. It is called "Heard It Through the Grapevine" or 풍문으로 들었소.
It is a SBS show that is scheduled to run 32 episodes. I have no idea what this show is about.


This is a black-comedy drama depicting a prestigious family whose lives are suddenly shaken because of a rumor about their teenage son impregnating his schoolmate.
Choi Yun Hee and Han Jung Ho are a wealthy couple from a prestigious family. Their reputation suddenly turned upside down because of their son's relationship with an ordinarygirl. The girl, Seo Bom, determined to endure the humiliation and isolation from the family for the sake of her child's future while the son, Han In Sang, struggles between his love for Seo Bom and his family's high expectation
According to Drama Wiki [link]

I found two First Impression Articles.
The first is by THE Couch Kimchi
Excellent so far, I’m very impressed
I think they like it!
http://couch-kimchi.com/2015/02/25/heard-it-through-the-grapevine-first-impressions/


Couch Kimchi is a corner stone Korean drama blog. It has an Alexa Global ranking of 190,741. This is exceptional for a Korean drama blog. 

According to A Touch of Drama
this has the makings of this year’s crack drama for me.
Here is a short First impression by A Touch of Drama
https://atouchofdrama.wordpress.com/2015/02/24/first-impressions-heard-it-through-the-grapevine/

A Touch of Drama is a Korean drama blog with an Alexa Global ranking of 24,911,830 which is low for a hobby blog.



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4 comments:

  1. This is a great article. I love learning about the drama history. And it makes sense why family dramas are more popular in Korea. The older generation still remember those days of struggles and being poor. Now dramas are super obsessed with Chaebols and flashy wealth, excess. And of course it started in the eighties. America was all about family shows from the 50s to the 70s. I like this blog series. I will travel along!

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  2. why did you stop recapping?? :(

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  3. I was not getting much views and I missed a few episodes.
    So, didn't keep with the show.
    Do you want me to keep going with it?

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