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Love, Not Romance: A My Mister Meta

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When I see the arguments about whether the relationship between Dong Hoon and Ji An is of a romantic nature or if it is purely platonic, I can’t help but feel like we’re missing the message of the entire drama. Or perhaps I should say, we’re feeding into the exact issue which My Mister has decided to take on as its central theme. Continue reading Love, Not Romance: A My Mister Meta

Russian Response to My Mister

To follow Korean viewers’ reactions to My Ahjussi, here’s a look at what the Russian viewers thought about the show.  @justamom summed it well, “This is such high praise coming from Russia, which to me is the home of classic modern literature and some of the finest story tellers that have ever lived!”

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K-Netizens’ Reactions to ‘My Ahjussi’ – An Evolution

When My Mister was first announced, there were quite a few vocal opinions from the Korean netizens regarding the suitability of the cast for this project, as well as the subject matter itself.

Here are some snapshots of this interesting history, so we can all marvel at how this drama has taken hold of its audience’s hearts, despite everything. Continue reading K-Netizens’ Reactions to ‘My Ahjussi’ – An Evolution

Not Every Man’s Story, But His Story

Here’s another response to the Inchon Business Article: If It’s Love, Then Even Wiretapping is OK? This writer argues, among other things, that this is just one man’s story, and as such, it is not a recipe for how others should live their lives. Continue reading Not Every Man’s Story, But His Story

If It’s Love, Then Even Phone-Tapping Is OK? My Ahjussi Should Have Been Rated Age 19.

Source | Translation by @chickfactor from Soompi

Inchon Business

If It’s Love, Then Even Phone-Tapping Is OK? “My Ahjussi” Should Have Been Rated Age 19

[TV Review] Thoughts after Drama is Over

by Kim, Sun-Hee, 5/28/2018
Continue reading If It’s Love, Then Even Phone-Tapping Is OK? My Ahjussi Should Have Been Rated Age 19.

One Call, and One Hundred Will Come

Hoo-Gye-dong is a fictional place created by screenwriter Park Hae Young exclusively for My Ajusshi.  Enjoy this lovely Korean article on the magic of this imagined place full of warmth and cheer.

Translation by @chickfactor from Soompi

Source: http://news.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2018/04/23/2018042301196.html

Continue reading One Call, and One Hundred Will Come