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Monsta X is such a beautiful and humble group. And this is a well shot documentary allowing them and Gallant to reflect on their successes and lessons learned.
This show is one of the best. Ji Chang Wook elevates everything he is in, and this show is no different. He's perfect for this role, and the character he plays is unbelievably cute, sweet, and badass all rolled into one charming package. I love Park Min Young as well, and think her character is a great counterpart to the main lead. The writing throughout is tense, suspenseful, mysterious, funny, sad, and romantic when needed. The plot is always interesting and well written, and it kept me in suspense the whole way through. A definite must see!
I think that this drama holds the place of my favorite drama, which is insane, because I've seen a lot of great dramas. It just does everything RIGHT. The story is paced very well. When I first started it, I was impatient to see the body swap, but once it happened, I realized that they HAD to build the characters before the swap or we wouldn’t understand what made these two so different, and therefore, understand why the swap was so very difficult for them. It would have been a lot less funny too. The writing is on point. All the characters are well fleshed out and interesting. It’s funny, serious, and, of course, dramatic. The characters all experience phenomenal story arcs too. And the ending is perfect in my opinion. I have never been more satisfied with the ending to a K-Drama.