Exciting K-Dramas Premiering The Week Of 11/21/2017

Hello Dramatics! It’s your favorite Drama Queen back again with some exciting K-Dramas that have started the week of November 21, 2017. These three upcoming dramas are all very different in genre and tone, so there is something for everyone!

Prison Playbook

Genre: Black Comedy

Stars: Park Hae Soo  as Kim Jae Hyuk

Krystal Jung as Ji Ho

Jung Kyung Ho as Lee Joon Ho

Network: TvN

Episodes: 16

Synopsis: This drama is about a baseball player and a variety of people experience prison life. This series will share the lives and stories of these prisoners as well as events that take place there.



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Judge vs Judge

Genre: Legal Drama

Stars: Park Eun Bin as Lee Jung Joo

Yun Woo Jin as Sa Ui Hyun

Dong Ha as Do Han Joon

Network: SBS

Episodes: 32

Synopsis: This drama is about a judge who abuses her authority and who struggles to reveal the truth about her brother who she is accused of framing for murder.



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Genre: Melodrama, Revenge, Thriller, Action

Stars: Jin Goo as Jang Joo Seo

Kim Sung Kyun as Jang Ki Seo

Jung Eun Ji as Seo Yi Ra

Park Geun Hyung as Jang Bum Ho

Network: JTBC

Episodes: 16

Synopsis: This drama is a story of power games and hidden secrets of the Jang family who has ruled the city of Bukcheon for three generations. Jang Joon Seo (Jin Goo) is the second son of family leader Jang Bum Ho (Park Geun Hyung). When a woman who Jang Joon Seo loves passes away tragically, he tries to reveal the truth about her death and a secret from his family. Watch Judge Vs Judge Here



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Upcoming Asian Dramas In 2017

2016 was a amazing year for Asian Dramas. With blockbuster hits such as Decendants Of The SunScarlet Heart: RyeoDoctor Crush, and Goblin kept drama fans all over the world buzzing with excitement. As we enter the new year, more dramas will be coming soon to keep viewers excited. Below are some of the amazing Asian Dramas premiering in 2017.

  1. She Was Pretty (Chinese) – 漂亮的李慧珍 (漂亮的李慧珍)


Country: China
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Episodes: 36
Broadcast Network: Hunan TV
Broadcast Period: January 2nd, 2017 – Feburary 1st, 2017
Cast: Dilraba Dilmurat as Li Hui Zhen
Peter Sheng as Bai Hao Xuan
Li Xi Rui as Xia Qiao
Zhang Bin Bin as Lin Yi Mu
Wang Xiao as Lin Hao

Synopsis: Li Hui Zhen (Dilraba Dilmurat) used to be gorgeous, but years of declining family fortune added much pain to her life, and her looks slowly drifted away. Her friend Bai Hao Xuan (Peter Sheng), on the other hand, was once an ordinary looking guy and grew up to be suave, successful, and immensely likable. So when she comes across him years later and witnesses their reversal of fortune, Li Hui Zhen is too embarrassed to even meet him and instead asks her stylish friend and roommate Xia Qiao (Li Xi Rui) to assume her identity. However, that amazing plan also has a problem in that Bai Hao Xuan is actually Li Hui Zhen’s boss, and she now has to pretend to be someone else while working for him. Slowly, even without knowing who she is, the two grow closer, which becomes a problem because he, well, doesn’t know who she is. Plus, our lead lady’s supervisor Lin Yi Mu (Zhang Bin Bin, in what many considered the scene-stealing performance of the original version by Siwon) also seems to be falling for her. Can Li Hui Zhen break away from the insecurity that came from once being pretty and open up to the man she truly cares about, or will she forever live in fear because she thinks she once was pretty?

Also known as “Pretty Li Hui Zen,” She Was Pretty is an official remake of the Korean hit of the same name that aired on MBC in 2015. The original, starring Park Seo Joon, Hwang Jung Eum, and Choi Siwon.(Source: DramaFever)

2. Diamond Lover (Special Cut) 克拉恋人


Country: China
Episodes: 24
Broadcast Network:
Broadcast Period: January 9th, 2017 –
 Rain as Xiao Liang
Tiffany Tang as Mi Duo
Luo Jin as Lei Yi Ming
Di Li Re Ba as Gao Wen
Zhang Wen as Ye Qi
Yao Yi Chen as Lin Zi Liang
Wang Dong as Shen Dong Jun

Synopsis: One person can have a tremendous impact on how you view your life. Xiao Liang (Rain) is the CEO of the world’s largest diamond company. He is frugal, exact and very meticulous in the way he conducts his business and himself. He prefers to focus his energies on his work and believes that interpersonal relationships are a waste of his time. But when Xiao Liang meets Mi Dou (Tiffany Tang), this unexpected woman may change his entire worldview of his life and his work. “Diamond Lover” is a 2015 Chinese drama series directed by Chen Ming Zhang. **This is a recut version of the original drama, which has reduced the number of episodes from 68 to 24 and has a happier ending than the originally aired drama. (Source: Viki)

3. Chief Kim


Country: South Korea
Episodes: 16
Broadcast Network:
Broadcast Period: January 25th, 2017 -March 30th, 2017
Namgoong Min as Kim Gwan Chul
Nam Sang Mi as Yoon Ha Kyung
Lee Joon Ho (Junho) as Seo Yool
Jung Hye Sung as Hong Ga Eun

Synopsis: Can corporate politics turn a bad person into a good person? Kim Sung Ryong (Namgoong Min) is a skilled accountant who works for gangsters. He makes his way into a company called TQ Group as a middle manager in the accounting department with the intention of embezzling money from the company. As he contends with hot-shot accountant Yoon Ha Kyung (Nam Sang Mi), financial prodigy Seo Yool (Junho) and peppy intern Hong Ga Eun (Jung Hye Sung), Sung Ryong finds himself embroiled in office politics and notices other shenanigans by those in power that threaten to bring down the company. Sung Ryong slowly comes to realize that he’d rather fight against corporate corruption and fight for employees’ rights than complete the mission he originally came to do. Can he succeed at his new objective against all odds? Chief Kim” is a 2017 South Korean drama series directed by Lee Jae Hoon. (Source: Viki)

4. Love & Life & Lie (遇见爱情的利先生)


Country: China
Episodes: 38
Broadcast Network:
Broadcast Period: January 4th, 2017 -March 24th, 2017
Li Yao Nan
Liu Xin Tong
Ji Zhen Yu
Ji Zhi Zhen
Ouyang Che
Wu Yue

Synopsis: An accident changes her life forever. Liu Xin Tong (Zhou Dong Yu) is an optimistic girl who comes from an impoverished family. But when an accident occurs, Xin Tong and her mother are forced to move into the home of the wealthy businessman Ji Bai Jun. There, Xin Tong lives with the two Ji kids, the spoiled Zhi Zhen (Ye Qing) and the sweet Zhen Yu (Jia Jing Hui), and also meets their friend, Li Yao Nan (Chen Xiao). When both Xin Tong and Zhi Zhen fall in love with Yao Nan, can Xin Tong overcome all of the obstacles to be with her one true love? “Love & Life & Lie” is a 2017 Chinese drama series. It is adapted from the novel “Glass Slippers” by Zheng Yuan. (Source: Viki)

5. Missing Nine


Country: South Korea
 Suspence, Mystery
Episodes: 20
Broadcast Network:
Broadcast Period: January 16th 2017 –
Cast: Jung Kyung Ho as Seo Joon Oh
Baek Jin Hee as Ra Bong He
Park Chan Yeol as Lee Yeol
Oh Jung Se as Jung Ki Joon

Synopsis: Nine artists and staff members of Legend Entertainment board a private plane to a concert. The plane crashes and all of them are stranded on an island without a link to civilization. Four months later, Ra Bong Hee (Baek Jin Hee from Triangle) emerges as the only survivor. What happened on that island? And why do some people never want that information to be made public? This is Ra Bong Hee’s survival story, and she may not live to tell it. (Source: DramaFever)

6. Voice


 Country: South Korea
 Suspence, Mystery
Episodes: 16
Broadcast Network:
Broadcast Period: January 14th 2017 –
Cast:Jang Hyuk as Moo Jin HyukLee Ha Na as Kang Kwon Joo
Baek Sung Hyun as Shim Dae Shik
Yesung as Oh Hyun Ho
Son Eun Seo as Park Eun Soo
Kwon Hyung Joon as Chun Sang Pil
Synopsis: Moo Jin-Hyuk (Jang Hyuk) was a popular detective who solved major cases, but after his wife was murdered by a serial killer his life spiraled down. He is filled with guilt that he was not able to protect his wife and he secretly looks for her killer.

Meanwhile, Kang Kwon-Joo (Lee Ha-Na) graduated at police academy with top marks. She began to work at an emergency 112 call center. Working there, a brutal murder case takes place and her father/police sergeant went to the crime scene. Her father is killed there and Kwon-Joo hears what happened over the phone. Afterwards, she goes to the U.S. to study and comes back to Korea as a professional voice profiler.

Detective Jin-Hyuk and Kang Kwon-Joo solve cases together. Chasing a serial killer responsible for the deaths of their family member. (Source: AsianWiki)

2017 is starting off very strong with these dramas which will be airing soon. Which ones will you be watching? Leave a comment below and let me know what you think! Remember to follow me on FacebookTwitter, and YouTube. Remeber To Keep Calm And Drama On!

T – Drama Preview: (我的極品男友) Better Man

Hello Dramatics! Your Drama Queen is back once again with a new segment called You Should Be Watching.  Since a lot of my friends and subscribers love and trust my drama reviews, the premise is for me to give a preview and  recommendation of  Asian Dramas for you to watch and enjoy. For my first segment I would like to talk about the Taiwanese Drama: Better Man.


Jolin Chien as Yang Zhen Kai

He is twenty-eight years old and the youngest son who is a perfectionist and extremely meticulous in everything he does. He is very straightforward and unabashedly blunt when talking, and he can be hurtfully rude by not giving other people face, making them feel inferior and ashamed. After returning from abroad, his father assigns him the position of CEO.  Starting out as two bickering opponents, he meets his match and falls in love with an older woman who challenges his long held principles and habits.



Tender Huang as Yang Zhen Hao

He is thirty-three years old and the middle brother. He works in the entertainment industry and also has a side job as a fitness instructor. Outwardly, he seems carefree, loves freedom, and embraces life. He actually is very considerate towards others. He has a special talent with a superb memory and enhanced reading abilities since he was young. He surpasses everyone on memory and reading speed. But he does not care much about women. One day he starts to pay attention to one girl who is in poor physical condition and does not understand sports at all.


Lin Yo Wei as Yang Zhen Wei

The eldest son of the Yang family, a forty old who works hard at expanding a catering chain. A mature, earnest workaholic, he has little experience with women and has stayed single. Those around him thinks he likes men. Until one proactive, active, and courageous woman caught his attention and managed to get near him. Little by little after meeting her, be begins to open up but will they be able to over come the eighteen year age gap?



Synopsis From Viki:

The Yang brothers have it all — good looks, brains and family background. But each shuns romantic entanglements for his own reasons. Yang Zhen Wei (Lin Yo Wei) is the workaholic oldest brother who only has his mind set on expanding his catering business. Yang Zhen Hao (Tender Huang) is the middle brother who works in the entertainment industry and as a fitness instructor. Yang Zhen Kai (Jolin Chien) is the meticulous youngest brother who has been given the position of CEO of the family empire. How will the brothers handle their emotions when they each meet a woman who turns their perfect worlds upside down? “Better Man” is a 2016 Taiwanese drama series.

This drama looks very interesting because of the storyline. I am curious to see how the story plays out between all of the brothers. I think this is a drama you should watch because of the very interesting and romantic story and the handsome cast as well. If you are in the mood for a romantic drama give Better Man a chance and let me know what you think. Remember to watch and subscribe to  my You Tube Channel for more updates. Also don’t forget to subscribe to this blog for all of your Asian Drama updates and recommendations.  Well Dramatics that’s all for now! I will chat with you all next time with the next review! Remember To Keep Calm And Drama On!






K – Drama Review: Blood Episode 6

Hello Dramatics! Today I am reviewing the K Drama Blood and we are on Episode 6. Have you been watching with me? Lets jump right into this exciting episode shall we?

We left off with the patient who went crazy at the hospital and was talking about how he wanted his alcohol. A nurse tried to stop him, but the patient grabbed the scalpel and went after Ri Ta. Ji Sang jumped in front of her and got cut on his face. His cut begin to heal on its own and when he realized this, he ran away. Ri Ta ran after him after she noticed this. Ji Sang covered his would with his hand so she could not see it.

Ji Sang rant into his office and wiped the blood off his cut and put a bandage on his face. Ri Ta knocked on the door wondering if he is OK. He opened the door and said he will take care of his wound and he did not need any help.

Lee Jae Wook and the lady that is the head of the Drug Development Department are talking about the patient who went crazy. Lee Jae Wook said that he can no longer stay at the hospital because he is an alcoholic. Alcoholics are usually the first to get adverse reaction in their blood.

Ji Sang tells his roommate that he has been experiencing dizzy spells in his previous surgery and when the alcoholic patient went crazy and he saw his blood. Ji Sang asked him to increase the dosage of his pills, but he is already at the maximum limit. Increasing his dosage would affect his nervous system and the ability to perform surgeries. His roommate wants to do blood work on him and Ji Sang told him that Ri Ta saw his injury.

At the hospital, Ji Sang hears a woman singing in the hallway. Her hair is above her so her neck is exposed. Ji Sang begins to change, his nails begin to grow, and his eyes begin to turn green. The girl then turns around and sees no one is behind her. But Ji Sang with is pale skin is getting closer to her. Just has he is about to go after her to bite her neck, he wakes up from a dream.

The next day the roommate tells Ji Sang not to perform any surgeries for a few days and to be careful around areas where blood is present. According to his blood results, he cannot depend on his medicine anymore, but his own urgent will. Just as Ji Sang leaves for the hospital, the roommate takes the bandage off his face.

Next we see Lee Jae Wook talking to security and looking at footage on camera of Ji Sang when he got cut. He orders to see security footage of Ji Sang in the ER, ICU, and OR for the last three days.

Ri Ta is talking to another doctor and says she say Ji Sang’s cut heal itself. She sees him in the hall and goes to confront him. She asks Ji Sang about his cut and weather or not he needed stitches. She takes the bandage off his face and his stitches are revealed. The roommate put fake stitches on his face in order to fool anyone who might be curious.

Ji Sang is talking to the spy doctor and he tells him that the blood samples of the patients don’t go to the department labs, instead they all go to the Drug Development team which has restricted access. They also discover that the patents are receiving medicines that are not on their charts. The spy doctor asks Ji Sang to do an investigation on the blood, but Ji Sang refuses.

Next we see the spy doctor talking to the head secretary. He tells her that the Chairman gave the Drug Development team authority and it would be difficult to investigate. She suggested he participate as an observer but if he does this they won’t share the data with him. She says it’s no problem and she will find a way around that.

Lee Jae Wook recommends a doctor as a future director when he leaves. They have a conversation about this and Lee Jae Wook said that Ji Sang will be the Assistant Director. Ri Ta will be on the business side of things and not doing surgeries. Lee Jae Wook then asks the future director to assist him in managing the ward with him.

A nurse sees Ri Ta in the hall and tells her to come quickly. The security guard is removing the alcoholic patient from the hospital. Ri Ta tries to stop them but the future director intervenes.

Ri Ta and her aunt (who is the head secretary) are talking about what happened that day. The alcoholic patient is killed by being ran over by a car, and the roommate tells Ji Sang to no longer work at the hospital. The secretary tells the chairman about her concerns of the Drug Development team.

In a meeting, Ji Sang’s hand begins to shake and Ri Ta notices this. The future director asks if he would like to take the surgery and Ji Sang refused. He said he would rather attend a seminar in Jeju Island. Eariler Ji Sang broke the vending machine by punching it. Ri Ta notices that the machine is broken and thinks that Ji Sang is responsible. While in his office, Ji Sang’s hand begins to tremble again. Ri Ta comes in and she tells him she is attending the seminar too,

At the seminar, Ji Sang is very well known. He gives a speech about the Applyby Surgery. We flashback to Lee Jae Wook who is visiting a girl in the hosptial. I am not sure who this girl is to him. Could it be his daughter perhaps or just a young patient he grew close to? She fell out of her hospital room window and died. We then discover that this little girl was an orphan.

Ji Sang goes for a walk into the woods and we flashback to when he saved a girl from wolves. Ri Ta followed him into the woods too. They talk and she reveals she was almost killed by wolves who attacked her. It was in fact Ji Sang who saved Ri Ta in the woods when she was little.

After the seminar the doctors, Ri Ta, and Ji Sang are having dinner. The group begin to play a drinking game. Ji Sang does not drink instead he wants to leave, but Ri Ta makes him stay. The others try to get Ji Sang to drink, but he says he is allergic to alcohol. Later we see Ri Ta outside vomiting from over drinking. She says that if the boy who saved her in the woods were there, things would be better. Ji Sang carries the hungover Ri Ta back to her room.

Lee Jae Wook’s assistants tells the others to kill Ji Sang. Back at the hotel, the fire alarm goes off and wakes up Ri Ta. It was a false alarm and Ji Sang walked outside of his room to see if Ri Ta was ok, but his bandage was not on his face. Ri Ta notices this as well.

The next day, Ji Sang and Ri Ta are going home. Ji Sang gets a text message that says “If you want to know who killed your mom meet me tonight and prepare to die.” So Ji Sang goes to meet with who ever sent the message to him. Lee Jae Wook’s assistants have blood in several IV’s at the underground hospital. Ji Sang enters and he begins to get sick as blood is dripping off the walls. This blood is contaminated and it is making Ji Sang very sick. He begins to fall to the ground. As he falls, he begins to change, his nails begin to grow, his skin begins to turn pale, and his eyes begin to turn green. The rest of the assisstants enter and one of them has a steak in his hand and he goes to stab Ji Sang. Just as this is happening, someone in a black hoodie knocks him down and begins to fight off all the assistants. This person in the hoodie kills the assistants and Ji Sang begins to fight him off. Just as the fight is about to start, the person in the hoodie reveals himself….and it’s Lee Jae Wook! This is where the episode ends. Ji Sang is suprised and shocked to see that he is a vampire too! We will have to wait for the next episode to see what happens next. Make sure you are following me on my You Tube channel for more reviews! Take care Dramatics. Remember to Keep Calm and Drama On!

K – Drama Review: Blood Episode 5

Hello Dramatics! Guess who’s back bringing you yet another K Drama review! A lot went on in Episode 5 of Blood. Lets not waste any time and jump right into what happened!

Lee Jae Wook and Park Ji Sang are in the surgery room at the same time. We then flash back to see how Park Ji Sang evaded the police. He ended up getting into a fight with them, knocks them out cold, and runs away back to the hospital. As Park Ji Sang starts the surgery, Lee Jae Wook goes upstairs to watch. He has this look on his face as if to say “How in the hell did this kid keep on surviving the fight?” The leader from the Drug Development goes into the patients room and injects a liquid into their IV drip as the are sleeping. As Park Ji Sang competes the surgery he begins get a bit dizzy. Ri Ta asks him if he is OK and she is even to finish the surgery if he can not continue. He assures he is OK and continues yet another successful surgery.

After the surgery, Park Ji Sang encounters the patient’s little boy who thanks him for saving his mother. Park Ji Sang tells the little boy to continue to be brave no matter what happeneds to your mother. At this point Park Ji Sang is reflecting on when he lost his mother and he too had to be brave.

Park Ji Sang also confronts Lee Jae Wook who is upset because he was very late to the surgery. Park Ji Sang tells him that  he had to attend to a personal matter. Lee Jae Wook told him never to let this happen again. Back in his office, Park Ji Sang is reflecting on the street fight he was in earlier with Lee Jae Wook’s assistants. Ri Ta enters the office and asks Park Ji Sang for an explanation on his lateness. He also tells her that it’s a personal matter and he does not have to explain himself to anybody.

Park Ji Sang then gets a call from his roommate, Joo Hyun Woo, telling him to come home quickly. He has something important he wants to share with him. It appears that Park Ji Sang is immune to the chemicals that was in the injection that Lee Jae Wook’s assistants tried to kill him with. In other words, nothing can kill Park Ji Sang. While Joo Hyun Woo is excited about this news, it makes Park Ji Sang sad. He explains that he is the worlds strongest who is infected and he will never become human.

We then see Park Ji Sang flashing back talking to his mother. Park Ji Sang told his mother that he could no longer hold in his urges. He stated that the wanted to kill a human and he killed the deer he was taking care of. His mother told him he does have the ability to control his urges and that in fact he is human. Park Ji Sang disagrees and says he always has urges to kill everything around him, he always has rising blood pressure, and he has to take medicine because if he sees blood he would want to kill someone.

Ri Ta watches the news about two police officers who were assaulted the night before. On the surveillance camera we see two of the officers on the ground and someone fleeing the scene. The person who is running away is Park Ji Sang. Ri Ta then notices this by the clothes he was wearing. They are similar clothes that Park Ji Sang was wearing when she visited him in his office. She then takes out her camera and takes a picture of him, but his face was not shown. Only the back of his head.

Park Ji Sang and Joo Hyun Woo see the news report as well. Park Ji Sang wants to ask him something as he flashes back to the surgery where he had a dizzy spell. Park Ji Sang asks him where the pills that he takes are. Joo Hyun Woo tells him and he goes upstairs to retrieve them.

In the next scene, we see Ri Ta taking to the other doctors about Park Ji Sang’s lateness to the surgery. The other doctors are not happy about this at all and Ri Ta files a disciplinary action report on him.

We then see a flashback of Lee Jae Wook talking to his mentor who is also a doctor. They are arguing over some research that needs to be done for a virus. The mentor says that he will not share anything him. This makes Lee Jae Wook very angry and he starts to change: His eyes turn green, His skin gets pale, His nails begin to grow, and He begins to grow fangs in his teeth. He told his mentor that he has been injecting himself with the virus they have been working on without his permission. Lee Jae Wook ends up chocking and killing his mentor. For some reason I thought that Lee Jae Wook was born with the virus to turn him into a vampire just as Park Ji Sang was. So for me watching this scene take place really shocked me that the would betray his mentor. However, he is a villain, and a good villain will often betray anyone for their own self worth.

The doctor who is the spy looks into Park Ji Sang’s file and sees a picture of him as a young boy with his mother and Lee Jae Wook. We then see Park Ji Sang and Ri Ta have a conversation and he asks her why did she cover for him to Lee Jae Wook. As we see a flashback to Park Ji Sang in the ER mumbling about not wanting his mom to die, Ri Ta says that she felt sorry for him because he is sick. As Park Ji Sang walks down the hallway, he notices more secutity camers, and a greater presence of security officers.

Ri Ta walks into to check up on a patient and sees the leader of the Drug Development team talking his blood sample. Remember, this is the same person who injected him with something in his IV drip. Ri Ta immediately confronts the Drug Development leader and says to her who gives you the right to take blood from patients without permission. She says the chairman of the hospital, Yoo Suk Joo (Ri Ta’s uncle), and director (Lee Jae Wook). The secretary to the chairman comes in on the last part of the conversation. and asks the Drug Development leader to apologize to Ri Ta. Just then, Park Ji Sang says to Ri Ta that there is something strange about the ward they are in. He is really nervous about the increased amount of security there. Ri Ta then goes and confronts her uncle about the leader of the Drug Development team taking blood from patients, and he told her he gave permission to her.

Park Ji Sang is checking on his patient and he notices a bruise on his arm. He takes a picture of the bruise and goes to his office to look up more information about it. He also asks the doctor who is the spy about the bruise. He says it’s from an infection. As Park Ji Sang leaves, the spy doctor continues to look into Park Ji Sang’s file.

The patients begin to feel effects of the medicine that was injected into their IV drip. Ri Ta notices the patient getting up out of his bed and into the medicine room. He is about to drink Rubbing Alcohol when Ri Ta stops him. She immediately orders that the patient be moved into isolation. Park notices something strange about the blood from the patients tube and he begins to feel effects and change. He rushes back into his room and takes a pill to fight off the urge. Park Ji Sang then goes back home and has a conversation with Joo Hyun Woo about the virus project that could possible cure him and make him fully human. Joo Huyn Woo does not want to make this virus because if he goes through with it, he will be human for a few days and he will die. Joo Hyun Woo is very close to Park Ji Sang and he does not want to lose his friend. I really enjoy the bond that these two characters have with on another. Joo Hyun Woo is like the brother Park Ji Sang never had.

The spy doctor then checks in on the patient with the bruise on his arm, only to notice that it has disappeared. The patient tells him that a nurse came in and took seven to eight vials of blood from him. The doctor goes back into his office to talk to Park Ji Sang about this. A nurse comes in with vials of blood and she slips and the vials of blood crash to the floor and break. The spy doctor asks the nurse if the blood was normal or infected. She said it is normal. Park Ji Sang can see that the blood is infected. He immediately runs out of the room.

We then notices a security guard running really fast down the hall. The patient who tried to drink Rubbing Alcohol has gone insane. He is fighting off the staff with and IV stand and he is rambling on about wanting alcohol. Park Ji Sang sees this and he says to the patient that he will give him alcohol. The patient begins to calm down, but just as the nurse was about to grab him the patient freaked out and cut himself with a scalpel. Park Ji Sang sees the blood and begins to get dizzy just as he did before in surgery. The patient then yells “I’m going to kill you all!” and he charges at Ri Ta. Park Ji Sang jumps in front of her and he gets cut on his cheek with the scalpel. The cut on his cheek begins to naturally heal himself as he covers up the cut with his hand so no one will see. And that’s where this episode 5 ends.

Wow this was a great episode! I look forward on what’s to come in the next episode. I have a feeling that Ri Ta might have got a glimpse of his cut and will be curious about it. We will have to wait until next time! Are you watching this drama? Let me know what you think about it so far! Don’t forget to catch me on my You Tube Channel and on DramaFever Until next time Dramatics! Remember to Keep Calm And Drama On!

K – Drama Review: Blood Episode 4

Hello Dramatics! Are you ready for another exciting episode of Blood? Episode 4 of this drama had a lot of things going on! Lets not waist anymore time and jump right into the action.

Park Ji Sang gets into a fight with the Head Vampire’s assistants. He is double teamed and one injects him with a needle in his neck from behind. He takes the needle out of his neck and falls to the ground. But then suddenly without hesitation, he gets back up on his feet and runs after them. He tries to fight them off again, but he is very weak from the injection. We then see the Head Vampire getting a call from his assistants telling him what they have done to Ji Sang. The Head Vampire then congratulates them on a job well done.

Ri Ta is in surgery while this is going on. When she leaves the hospital, but before she leaves she chews out the new employee for giving a patient the wrong medicine, bringing the first year doctor to tears. Ri Ta then goes out to her car, she sees Ji Sang lying in the middle of the street. He is cold as she tries to check his pulse and she thinks he is dead. She calls out for help and gets Ji Sang into the ER to check his vitals.

While checking his blood pressure, heart rate and such, Ri Ta is about to inject him with a needle and he immediately wakes up and asks “What are you doing?” ” What Did You Do To Me?” Ri Ta says all she did was check his blood pressure and heart rate. Ji Sang then gets up and walks out of the hospital as if nothing has happened to him.

The Head Vampire is talking to one of his assistants about Ji Sang. He says that Ji Sang is acting like a human instead of a vampire. He has totally forgotten who he is and what he is. He is trying to live as a human just like his parents did when they were alive.

Meanwhile, back at Ji Sang’s apartment, LUVVY the robot checks his vitals and it reads that his blood pressure is very high and it needs to be lowered. Ji Sang tells his roommate to test the chemicals in the needle that he was shot with. The roommate then tells Ji Sang that who ever did this to you is infected and they are using the same method to try to kill you as they did your mother. Remember in Episode 1 Ji Sang’s mother was killed in a similar manner with an injection of something that killed her instantly by the Head Vampire’s assistants. Then we see the roommate give Ji Sang a little white box with two little tubes of liquid in them.

The next day, Ji Sang asks the head of security about the cameras in the hospital. He asks did he see anything suspicious in or around his room. The guard says that there has not been any problems and he has not seen anything suspicious. We then see the security officer talking to the Head Vampire about Ri Ta bringing Ji Sang to the ER the night before. The Head Vampire is very curious to why Ji Sang was in the hospital. He should have been dead according to him because of the injection his assistants shot him with. How in the world did JI Sang survive that injection?

Ji Sang is napping in his office and Ri Ta comes in and just as she is about to check his pulse, he wakes up and catches her in the act. The look on her face is priceless as if she just got caught stealing cookies out of the cookie jar. She runs out of the room and down the hall. Then all of a sudden we see Ji Sang appearing right in front of her. She asks him how did you teleport so fast here? They have a conversation and Ji Sang tells her to stay out of his way and to stop bothering him. He even eluded that she is following him becasues she likes him. Of course she denies it. The truth is I think she does like him a lot. She is just acting kind rude to hide her true feelings aobut him. It’s like a true love/hate relationship between these two. I have a feeling before long, they will end up in some kind of romance.

A group of nurses are having a conversation at the front desk when a woman appears. She is the one we saw in the underground hospital in the previous episode. She introduces herself as So Hy Ri, Drug Development Team Leader. She then demands the password to gain access to a particular ward in the hospital. The Head Secretary eavesdrops on this conversation and hears everything. She then goes to a doctor and asks him to keep a eye on the Drug Development Team. The secretary knows something fishy is going on because this team does not share what they are doing with anyone. Well the doctor refused to be a spy for her. He says this is your problem and you are responsible for bringing this team here. He also goes on to say he is offended by the team even being in the hospital to begin with. She then tries to blackmail him by promising to submit a proposal for him if he helps. The said he would have to think about it. The doctor then exits the office and down the hall where he looks into the window of the Drug Department to see what they are doing.

Ji Sang then enters a room of one of his patients and Sister Sylvia is in there praying for a very sick patient. Sister Sylvia is a nun who is very close to Ri Ta. She is in fact like a mother figure to her. A little girl is in the room with them and she is very scared that her father is going to die. As Ji Sang leaves the room, the little girl runs after him and begs him to save her father and to not let him die.

After that, we see another patient being bought in who is in need of a liver transplant. As usual the doctors have a meeting before going into this surgery. The Head Vampire is in this meeting of course and insists that Ji Sang do the surgery once again. It’s obvious the Head Vampire is setting Ji Sang up for failure. The other doctors in the meeting know it too because as they leave they have a conversation and says that he is screwing over Ji Sang.

Later after the meeting we see Ri Ta and Ji Sang having a conversation about the surgery that will take place soon. Ji Sang asks Ri Ta to join him in completing the surgery. As they are talking the Head Vampire comes in and asks Ji Sang if he was in the ER last night and he wants to do a medical examination on him. Ri Ta lies for him and says that he was in the ER because he was drinking a lot the night before. I was happy to see Ri Ta stick up for him. She has been acting very cocky towards him before. By having his back it shows that she does care for him even if it is a little bit.

Ji Sang goes back in to check on a patient and he sees the patiens daughter holding her hand and crying as she says “Please don’t die.” Seeing this reminds him of his mother and we see a flash back of Ji Sang holding his mothers hand saying the same words as she is slowly dying.

The patient that needs a liver transplant has a donor. Some of the doctors, including Ri Ta go to the ambulance to do the surgery on the patient with the good liver. This patient is in a hospital across town. The other half of the team stay at he hospital to tend to the patient who needs the liver. Just as Ji Sang is going into surgery, the Head Vampire stops him and says I need for you to do me a favor. He asks Ji Sang to go with Ri Ta to the other hospital instead of doing the surgery. Ji Sang agrees, and he goes in the ambulance.

While in the ambulance, Ji Sang gets a text from someone that says “Congratulations for surviving it for the first time.” Now at this point we do not know what this means. Ji Sang does not know what this means either because he simply ignores it and continues on doing his job.

The Head Vampire is talking on the phone to his assistants and he says because Ji Sang received the Congratulations Text, they can go on with the plan. Meanwhile in the surgery room, the patient almost dies. He is really in need of the liver transplant and fast. The roommate of Ji Sang finds out what was in the needle that he got injected with and we come to find out that he was injected with the same thing that killed his mother. Here is the thing….when his mother was injected….she died instantly. When Ji Sang got injected…..he did not die….he survived. That’s where that text came from. I think the text came from the Head Vampires Assistants!

Across the street from the hospital Ji Sang sees the Head Vampires assistants and he chases after them. A fight soon breaks out and once again it’s two against one. Meanwhile we go back into the surgery room of the patient that almost flat lined. No one in the room can perform the surgery. They all freeze and stand around as if they are first year doctors not knowing what to do. Ri Ta and her team come in the room with the organ and since no one can perform the surgery they immediately call the Head Vampire and Ji Sang. Neither of them answer the phone because Ji Sang is fighting off the assistants and the Head Vampire is not taking his calls on purpose.

We go back to the fight that Ji Sang is having in the street with the assistants. One of the assitants shines a UV flashlight in his eyes. But this has no effect on Ji Sang because he has contact lenses in. Remember the little white box that his roommate gave him? Well in that box was special contact lenses that deflect UV rays. So if the UV light comes into his eyes he will not burn him. The roommate is a very smart young man. I really like how he takes care of Ji Sang and he comes up with a lot of clever ways to assist him in keeping the assistants away. After the light is shone in his eyes, this makes Ji Sang very angry. He then begins to change. His nails get longer, his skin gets pale, his eyes become bloodshot, his teeth began to grow fangs. After he changes, the fight between these three vampires continue until the police arrive to break up the ruckus. There are a total of four police officers, two in front of Ji Sang and two behind him. The two that are in front of him get beat up by the assistants and they run off. As Ji Sang begins to run away the police officers behind him order him not ot move or they will shoot. He cannot turn arond to look at the police officers because he is still changed into a vampire. If he were to turn around he would be instantly shot to death.

Back in the surgery room, Ri Ta is there to take over the surgery. Just as she is about to start, Ji Sang enters the room and so does the Head Vampire. How did Ji Sang get to the hospital so fast? He was surrounded by police officers a mere few minutes ago! Somehow he evaded them just in time to get to the surgery.

Well my fellow Dramatics, this is where Episode 4 ends. I hope you stay with me to find out what happens in Episode 5. So far I can say that I am really enjoying this drama. I really like the acting and the action of the fight scenes. And I must mention that I am in love with the handsome villain: The Head Vampire. I really like his character and Ji Jin Hee is an amazing actor. Ok let me stop fangirling over the villan. Don’t forget you can also watch my review of this episode on my You Tube Channel here: Episode 4 Thank you all for reading! If you are enjoying this drama please leave a comment and let me know what you think. In the meantime: Keep Calm And Drama On!