W: Two Worlds // Kdrama review

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33 thoughts on “W: Two Worlds // Kdrama review”

  1. I loved W but seriously the plot holes were too much visible. At one point, I think even the writers were confused in which way to move the story. If it wasn’t for the amazing chemistry between the two main leads and the intriguing suspense of who the villain is, I would have stopped. But oh well, I did enjoy it. Great review!

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  2. The plot holes really got me bored too. I mean, they made everything so confusing and so I kind of lost interest. They’re just so visible and it lessens the awe of the show being about a crossover between a fictional world and reality. Still, thanks to the leads, I endured this show. They really have the chemistry. This is actually where I fell in love with Lee Jong Suk.

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  3. Finally!! Another W Fan!!! It’s so nice to see that there are others who LOVED THE SHOW! I DID TOO!
    Do listen to the soundtrack one day! It is so epic! ❤️ And if you read the translation of the lyrics, it makes the songs even more beautiful! W: Two World’s Apart has been one of the absolute FAVOURITE SHOW! AND KANG CHUL🤯🔥🔥🔥HOTTEST CHARACTER EVER!
    I agree about the plot holes but I ma willing to ignore them all. This show will always have my ❤️
    My mind used to get blown in EVERY EPISODE!? WHICH SHOW DOES THAT?!
    I finished watching this show in 3 days! 🙈🤫🤫
    Love always!❤️

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    1. It’s great that you loved the show as well! I did listen to a bit of the soundtrack. So far I’ve been obsessed with In The Illusion and Draw A Love.
      And AGREED ON LEE JONG SUK. His charm in W was just OUT OF PROPORTION. My heart could not handle it. Especially in the beginning.

      I think the best part about W was that it kept us on the edge every episode, and that’s some mad acting, writing and directing. What a great piece of work 👏

      Thanks for the comment!

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      1. I love While You Were Sleeping the most! After that comes W, then his acting in Doctor Stranger is really good. He looks very handsome in Romance In A Blue Book though 🙈 I crushed on him so hard there.

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      2. I started “Romance is a Bonus Book” but stopped after 5 episodes as the struggle of the female lead really hit me hard. I may definitely continue the series. His dialogues as the professor in the first episode were so hilarious!! I connected to them personally as I am a teacher. I still have to watch both “While you were sleeping” and “Doctor Stanger”. Thanks for the recommendations!! 💖

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  4. I looove this drama! I watched it when it came out and it’s one I still think about to this day haha. The plot holes didn’t bother me very much, I really enjoyed this role that Jongsuk played and every episode just absolutely delivered!
    Ellie | elliekblog.blogspot.com x

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  5. I loved how lee jong suk played as kang chul.. he is really good as an actor.. i just find the female lead not good in acting when it comes to drama scene.. she’s crying but no tears.. so to hide it she will just bow her head.. and i dont really like the car scene when she is crying.. its so annoying to hear her crying but her face doesnt even have a single tear.. also the part where kang chul going to fall in the building.. she just stare not doing anything, her emotion in that scene is blank.. she’s not really good in drama scene.. but when it comes to comedy or she’s confused she can act well.. i ask my sister how that female lead bcome actress.. she is so lame in drama scene.. i just watch it bcoz of lee jong suk

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    1. agreed that Lee Jong-suk was too good! You may have a point with the actress but it didn’t bother me that much. But anyway, I think LJS made up for it 😊


  6. […] ‘’W: Two Worlds’’ is romance drama series released on July 20, 2016 and has a total of 16 episodes.The story started when Oh Yeon-Joo’s father, who’s an author of a very popular webtoon called W, went missing. In search for her father, she accidentally gets dragged into the webtoon world when she was pulled by a hand full of blood from a screen. There, she met the wealthy Kang Chul whom she fell in love with. The characters are played by Han Hyo-joo and Lee Jong-suk. Will the two worlds collide? It’s your turn to find out. (https://thewordyhabitat.in/2018/07/02/w-two-worlds-kdrama-review/) […]


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