Here is our drama list of what we are liking, loving, or leaving. My only watch right now is Sell Your Haunted House. But I was gotten a wonderful drama recommendation to watch which is Doom At Your Door, so I am going to check that one out! Adri is watching and recapping Law School and is picking up where she left off!
Let us know what your liking, loving, or leaving as well!
WHAT V & O ARE WATCHING
Sell Your Haunted House (episodes 9-12)
And the mini marathon is complete and I have to say that the last three to four episodes have been great. Amazing even. I really loved how the story was focusing on our main two characters and their backstories and stepping away from focusing on the ghosts and the ghosts backstories.
Also, good Lord, the episode where the mama came to save her daughter! Jeez Louise! She looked so AH-MAZING. I got chills. The mom looks all innocent and unassuming in her real life but good Lord super powerful and magnificent when all that spirit magic was was floating around her.
Looking very forward to the next few episodes!
WHAT ADRI’S WATCHING
Law School episode 8-10
How to watch: Netflix (English, Chinese, and Spanish)
Picking up where we left off, this episode begins with the judges accepting Professor Yang as Ye-seul’s special defense counsel. It doesn’t matter that he’s being tried for murder, and isn’t technically a practicing lawyer. It’s allowed under a special article that was created to help defendants in extenuating circumstances. And I’d say Ye-seul’s case definitely falls under extenuating circumstances since no one wants to get on Assemblyman Ko’s bad side by representing her.
In the meantime, it’s Yang’s final trial, and we’re getting closer and closer to the
truth. The glucometer reading Prosecutor Jin was so happy to present as evidence turns out to be from a different day. That, along with a physical log book Joon-hwi finds in his uncle’s car rules the glucometer out as proof Yang murdered Seo. I gotta tell you, it was great watching Jin’s smarmy smile get wiped off his face.
Professor Yang also gives a moving speech about the importance of a fair trial, and the meaning of “beyond a reasonable doubt”. He highlights how prosecution has pegged him as Seo’s murderer since the beginning, so a lot of pertinent clues were ignored. He believes the murder was premeditated, and there’s a strong chance the murderer didn’t leave any footprints. There’s also a chance that the murderer planted surveillance in the room Seo died in, so they were able to see everything that happened before going in to kill him.
Wow. If that’s the case, I wonder if Assemblyman Ko did it. His son installed a spy cam in Ye-seul’s room, and you know what they say about the apple not falling far from the tree.
I can’t wait to see what happens in the next episode, and I can only hope Yang is proven innocent.