it's extremely different from most of the stereotypes that has been runnin' so far! Considering the aftermath of this show, (material of the lead actor being filmed and left out)am willing to bet that the biggest villains in the "botched " second half are TVN executives who wanted to showcase the second lead (He was headlining Entourage remake- which seems to have deservedly flopped) and decided to use this show as his show reel of sorts (worst kind of in film marketing) ,a huge crime against viewers of this show.
I’m just saying it’s not attractive and wouldn’t attract the right kind of attention, unless the kind of attention they want comes from upskirt shots and having their pictures used for inspiration in nightly solo activities.
It feel like you are reading a book only halfway , I just catch a glimpse about his character but not all . But mature viewer will love Yoo Jeong, because what's the point in partner of life is "Someone who's you could shared your sadness not only your happiness". I can't believe how people can give this drama bad rating because of the ending naaah i would say that it could be soooo much better if they finally catch their eyes even though not getting back together but this makes me craved for season 2...pleeeease make the season 2 for this still with the same cast, unique and intense plot. I don't why Baek In-Ho gets more time than Yoo Jung on last couple episodes. It seems the director and PD forgot who's the main character. at first i didn't understand the story then i watched it whole again and i finally understand lol but it's really beautiful story. i automatically thought that yoo jung and seol met after yoo jung sent the email and they live happily ever after. The different types of hardship of the characters portrayed are all well played. The title "Cheese in the Trap" seems to refer to how Yoon Jung Sunbae (a fantastic Park Hae Jin) is a trap so hard to resist for our Mouse Seol(Kim go eun).
The DRAMA did not noted the Jung like Jung in WEBTOON. That's the fact in the real life, girls :3 I just watched this Drama. I haven't seen the webtoon but I loved how yoo jung could be emotionless even though he's happy or mad..indeeed such a weird personality. It annoyed me, cause I really want to see Yoo Jung perspective, someone who has that "half sociopath" character. Everyone has that clear ending, why Yoo Jung didn't have one? overall, cheese in the trap is one of the best kdrama i've ever watch! In fact, the title aptly describes the show which manipulates/traps its viewers totally.
Drama depicts the delicate relationship between female university student Hong Seol (Kim Go-Eun) and her senior Yoo Jung (Park Hae-Jin). i felt a real atmosphere/aura through these events .. i can't imagine someone else except Park Hye Jin for Yoo jung's role or another actress takin' Kim Go Eun's place with Seoul's role! Good thing a movie is coming out and hope it removes the bad aftertaste left for many viewers of this superb superb story! I never had a 2nd male lead syndrome before but the eff! I wanna bitch slap Yoo Jung so damn hard for being fcking manipulative and hug Baek In Ho so very tight to ease all his burden. The characters are well potrayed andthe plot is quiet good. After all the story in the previous episodes, the ending is not as good as what i expect.
Hong-Seol works part-time due to her family's poor background. I do not know anything about the webtoon so my comment will be just of what I've watched. I also knew where Baek In Ha is coming from so yeah I couldn't be mad at her. In addition, the second lead male outshine the first lead male at some point.