“It’s still too early to make any definitive statement about “Remember You”, but for now I’m cautiously optimistic”.
“WHAT THE HECK. This drama has it all; suspense, comedy, chemistry, mystery, dark. It is just that good. Starting from minute 1 I was hooked”.
“Another point in the show’s favour is the interesting visual style. I liked how they used skewed camera angles for both Hyun and Joon Young, to convey how different they are from everyone else.”
” This is a lot deeper in content than I was expecting. So far it reminds me of the drama “White Christmas” except with a glossier shine.”
“What an interesting premise. With that ending, I understand why Hello Monster would have also been a fitting title, though I Remember You definitely takes the burden off of the central question: Are monsters born or made? I find that this ending, while not quite a cliffhanger, asks a complex and compelling question that makes me want to watch more”.
“I started recapping this drama because I love the actors. It seems to be a Sherlock Holmes vs Moriarty story in which two super brains play a game of life and death at the expense of ordinary people”.
“Damn, it’s really good. The thriller, mystery, curiosity and crime investigation. Comedy is a plus bonus. Maybe it’s still early to say all these, but still, it’s my taste”.
“For those who’ve yet to see this drama, I seriously recommend it. Yes, there are a few flaws (choppy music editing, scenes meshed haphazardly, poor music choice) but look past those and you get the sort of show Korea has (I think I can safely say this) never done before and that I want more of (please? now!).”.
“Daebak! That sums it up. Narrative holes, choppy editing, dull, saggy unwanted moments aside. Well written with a sustainable narration, the show went just at the right pace”.
“This drama was skilled at maintaining the viewer’s interest and keeping them part thrilled, part in awe, part sad, and part laughing”.
“I agree with others who think Seo In Guk is doing really well in this role. I have to admit that his mysterious character is what gets me most glued to my screen”.
” I’m not a big fan of mixing levity with suspence as so often it does not work… like at all. Especially in kdramas. Humour is ok if it’s deftly intergated and knows it’s ‘place’, so to speak”.
” this is just the first episode, and there is still time for the intense character study of an obsessive saesang and the psychopath she stalks that I know we all want”.
“Boy, there are a lot of crazy leads around K-drama lately… This show is definitely a lot darker than I expected with an equal amount of intrigue that is built into BOTH of our leads”.
“I Remember You is off to a strong start, revealing just enough to keep me intrigued while creating characters that are entertaining to watch”.
” They have a playful, constantly delightful chemistry. I can’t recommend this drama enough”.
“I like this show. It has a little bit of everything: quirkly rom-com, psychological thriller, action, and Seo In-gook”.
“Ah the potential is there! While I do enjoy the more grungy crime thrillers that air on the cable channels, I am still open to mainstream types if they are done well. This drama combines lightheartedness with a streak of pitch black”.
“The first episode of this drama gave me the chills”.
” Can I start out by saying how addicted I am to this drama?”
“I’ve been steadily enjoying the drama, but honestly, the pace felt a little slow for me. Or maybe it’s not the pace, but the subplots”.
“All in all, I enjoyed these 8 episodes and I’m looking forward to the other remaining ones. Hope the writer won’t mess too much with Min and Hyun and won’t exaggerate with the romance between Ji Ah and Hyun”.