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Returning back to Blogging: 30-Day Asian Drama Challenge – Day 10

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Welcome everyone back to the 10th day of the challenge~~~ Today’s question is:

Drama pairing that you thought wouldn’t have any chemistry, but they did.

When I saw this question I finally rejoiced! Happy to know that the question is a much more light-hearted one. Thinking over the question, there were a number of pairings that I was certainly doubtful of, but was most certainly proven wrong about.

1. Jang Ha Na ❤ Han Yoo Chan (One Well Raised Daughter)

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I had thought that this couple wouldn’t work out for a number of reasons. Firstly, the slight age difference between our two main leads worried me (since that usually makes things slightly awkward). Secondly, I had never watched any other project before that stars Tae Gon, so I had my doubts on his abilities…which I absolutely regret. Yoon Chan as a character was amazing (as written in my review for the drama) and his care and devoted love for Hana/Eun Seung is truly commendable. Although this pairing drifts from time to time throughout the drama, I still believed that they both had quite a bit of chemistry between them. Despite the rollercoaster ride this drama put me through, I pulled through at the end of the day because of this pairing :3

2. Shin Yoon Bok ❤ Kim Hong Do (Painter in the Wind)

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The other I must share with you all would be this lovely pairing in this lovely drama. Although there wasn’t a very strong romance arch in this drama, the chemistry between these two really surprised me, and made me really root for them. Honestly, this duo was adorable to watch on-screen, despite that evident age difference. I loved how subtle certain gestures were,how everything was implied, as due to their amazing chemistry, every simple action magnified the feels for the audience. I certainly had my doubts for this pairing, simply because of the age differences as well as the ‘gender bender’ component. Anything with a gender bender component tends to make me think twice about picking up certain dramas. Luckily, this was an exception and is certainly an ace drama. I highly recommend it for those who loves learning about the arts during historical periods.

Here’s the 30 Day Asian Drama Challenge if you are interested in joining!  I’m looking forward to seeing everyone’s answers to these questions.

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❤ Hyunnie ^^~

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Author: Hyunnie

Hello~~ ^^ I'm a young blogger opening her first ever blog in order to share to the world reviews on some of the best and worst Asian dramas, movies, music; you name it! I am also currently guest-posting on Dramafever News. Mainly, I post about dramas on that site so if you are interested, check me out there! Please fill free to comment on this site and maybe suggest some stuff for me to talk about ^^ Hope you guys enjoy and see you later!

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