This letter will be super brief.
Dear Descendants of the Sun,
I get the hype. I wasn’t going to buy into it, but I love you. Please stay awesome until the end. And daaaamn Jin Gu, back at it again with that stoic frown. You gorgeous man.
I love shows that fully transport me into another world, and youare full-scale, gorgeously-shot military-medical-fantasy. So flipping wonderful. You’re a complete 180 from Heirs (except maaaybe in usage of OSTs), which delights me like crazy. No grabby males! I love what I’ve seen of all four leads, and I’m dying to see more. With Cheese having failed to show that pre-produced dramas are better for both viewers and actors, I’m hoping that you can serve as a counterexample. Stay awesome, show. Please stay awesome.
And a huge thank you to Kang Mooyeon for representing the inner self of every straight fangirl
And the finale is here at last, and for the first time ever I ended up skipping through a lot of it. It pained me to do so given how much I’d enjoyed Cheese but the last thing I wanted was to watch the same old conflicts play out in the same way (a love story is about the journey! But I’ve seen this journey a dozen times! In better ways and with better integration into the plot!). I wanted to skip the random melodrama and focus on the good parts. Only…there weren’t many good parts about this episode. To be frank the whole thing leaves me with a very bitter taste in my mouth. So I’m just going to list the seven things I hated about this finale and why even the few good parts were frustrating. Because all I had to say after watching this was…
Okay, maybe a few cusses too. Continue reading “Cheese in the Trap Ep 16 Finale Review (and the 7 things I hate about it)”