“The first episode of Super Daddy Yeol snared my attention from the first few minutes and well, here I am. I seem to be hung up on reviewing weekend dramas. Even I’m a little surprised at my choice since I’m no fans of the leads. But their characters are winning enough and overall, the directing is very deft and confident”.
“This was a solid introduction to what I hope will become a great drama. We have our premise, as well as a good sense of our characters and their relationships. Only an hour in and I feel a connection to both of our leads, flawed as they are”.
“tvN seems intent on filling its Fri-Sat slots with heartwarming dramas — not complaining. After the warm, fuzzy romcom of Heart to Heart, we now have a family themed romcom in Super Daddy Yul. And I’m hooked by the end of ep1″.
“All in all, Super Daddy 10 is a nice drama, but I wouldn’t recommend it to you. Why? Because there are so many other titles these days that you can watch, with a more solid plot and a better production. I am not a fan of “intermediary” dramas, that are neither light nor full-blown makjang”.
“The drama is predictable but if I were to rephrase it in another way, it knows where the story needs to go and what emotional elements it has to drive home”.
” The first episode introduced the characters very well and I got very connected to them by the end of that hour. They are both flawed people who have lived their lives with completely different philosophies”.
“Adding comedy to a story about someone’s terminal illness and last attempt at leaving their own in good hands does not sound like a wise move”.