A short little mini series that is a little rough around the edges, but that does turn out to be more thought-provoking and poignant than one might first expect.
The rough edges include some less than amazing acting, writing that can feel a little patchy, and directing that feels less than elegant. On the upside, the overarching theme emphasizes important things like appreciating the time and the people that you have, while you have them, and I find that wholesome and meaningful.
Some lens adjustments are necessary, but this one’s reasonably solid, for a short little show with only 10 half-hour episodes.
If I had to describe this drama special in just 3 words, they would be: simple; cute; prettyyy.
Unlike most other drama shorts that I check out, this wasn’t something that was recommended to me by friends, and neither was it because I had foreknowledge that an actor I like is in it (Hyun Woo’s in this, but that’s pure coincidence, I swears!)
Mostly, I was just looking for a quick, light and hopefully fun drama fix, and was intrigued by the title. I thought it sounded cute, unique and, well, tasty, which are all good things in my book, heh. So I dived right in.