Every Thursday, I will do a Talk Thursday, where I update you all on the books I'm currently reading, how far along I am on my TBR, and so much more. This Thursday I am discussing progress of my June TBR
When a Snail
Falls in Love left me with quite a first impression that I ended up
marathoning the whole series or the current episodes already released online. I
kept telling myself “patience is a virtue” as I waited for the last two episodes
of this crime thriller. Although I have been spoiled for the ending, I still waited
for English subtitles because I wanted to see how it all ends.
Straight from the start, this drama intrigue
viewers by its unique title, When a Snail
Falls in Love, which simply draws us in. It’s a figurative saying; it’s not
about an actual snail and lion. In this case, the snail is Xu Xu, who is clever
when it comes to psychoanalyze a crime, but slow when it comes to love. Ji Bai
is the lion in terms of his fierce and brave ability to pursuit crimes and
love. Two polar opposites; yet they make a perfect crime solving duo.
on Seven First Kisses, fairy
godmother Choi Ji Woo granted Soo Jin’s wish of getting her first kiss by allowing
her to meet seven mysterious men with “kiss” number one given by Lee Joon Gi.
Just right after the kiss, she came back to present time and met her handsome
boss, Park Hae Jin aka potential kiss number2. EPISODE 3: Park Hae Jin
Due to her
using her cell phone during work, her boss inquired her to work overtime with
him. When she walked into his office, she expected there to be lots of works to
be done; rather she ate dinner with him. He seeing it was already late said he
will take her home.
meant for this to be a first impressions post, but somehow it led to the
lasting impressions and review of this crime action Chinese drama. The title of
this drama was what initially drew me into watching it since I am a fan of the
American television show, CSI (Crime Scene Investigators). As luck would have
it this drama is very similar to CSI; yet different in its own ways. Similar in
that the opening song sounds very much like the one for CSI with several
different beats and it follows Qin Ming (played by Zhang Ruo Yun), a chief
forensic investigator for the Chinese police as he solve crime cases. The
different in that its very fast pace.