In anticipation of the Korean drama Liar Game, I decided to check out the Japanese version per junny‘s suggestion. I hadn’t seen a Japanese drama in so long, so it took me a while to get used to the style again. But I’m glad I did, and I do think I’ll check out the second season now.
Jessica isn’t going to lie low post-SNSD. As she did not get to join her fellow SNSD members to Shanghai in early October after she got dropped from the group so suddenly, she has gone on her own to Shanghai for an event with Lane Crawford, a luxury brand store based in China. Sunglasses from her fashion line BLANC & ECLARE were in prominent display as she arrived at the brand’s first anniversary celebration as a designer – not as a member of SNSD or an actress. Good for her, and it’ll be interesting to see where she goes. One thing that seems for sure is that she is going to stay in front of the public eye for a while.
It’s the final episode! I think a lot of loose ends get tied up pretty quickly here, but the episode manages to stay light and happy, leaving a sweet aftertaste.
“My Secret Love” – My Secret Hotel OST [download]
Okay seriously Korea?! Can you stop taking beloved books and using them as your freaking title? It’s like books-as-titles is the secondary trend of the end of 2014 that will go into 2015, along with heroes with multiple personalities.
Anyways – rumor has it Kim Soo Hyun is looking at Doctor Frankenstein as his next drama after his insanely popular hit My Love From Another Star.
Things happen a little fast in this episode, with some question in plot holes, as the series wraps up into its final week. While we are not much closer to resolving the love triangle, as I think it could still go either way, we are definitely resolving the biggest mysteries surrounding Secret Hotel.