My Husband Oh Jak-Doo

2 thoughts on “My Husband Oh Jak-Doo”

  1. Thank you for your comprehensive and insightful review.
    Besides the fantastic plot it was such a unique and meaningful idea to create a drama around a musical instrument, especially seeing the gayageum’s cultural significance for Korea.
    By the way, you mentioned the Black Knight; it was the first K-drama I watched and enjoyed immensely, especially since it was done in a place very close to where I grew up.

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    1. I’m so glad your first Kdrama experience was with Black Knigh: The Man Who Guards Me. How wonderful to have grown up in such a pretty area. Did you recognize any places in the show? I hope you’ll keep watching Kdramas. There’s so many great ones out there. Hopefully my favorite drama list and my perfect score list will help you in choosing what to watch next. (I always suggest Secret Garden whether you’re new to the Kdrama scene or not.) Happy watching.

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