Pinocchio Korean Drama 2014 | 피노키오
Pinocchio Korean Drama 2014 | 피노키오
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Pinocchio Korean Drama 2014 | 피노키오

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Status: Completed Network: Released: Nov 12, 2014 - Jan 15, 2015 Duration: 58 min. Country: Type: Drama Episodes: 20 Censor: Censored Posted by: Dramafor Released on: Updated on:
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Synopsis Pinocchio Korean Drama 2014 | 피노키오

Pinocchio Korean Drama 2014 | 피노키오 is a fictional character and the protagonist of the children’s novel The Adventures of Pinocchio (1883) by Italian writer Carlo Collodi of Florence, …

Pinocchio Korean Drama 2014 | 피노키오

The idealistic Choi In Ha has her work cut out for her when she becomes a broadcast journalist, especially when she suffers from a condition known as “Pinocchio syndrome,” which makes her break out into hiccups whenever she tells a lie. Her rookie colleagues include Choi Dal Po, whose shabby appearance masks his true eloquence and sharp memory; Seo Bum Jo, a wealthy heir who has had everything handed to him in life; and Yoon Yoo Rae, whose fangirl knowledge comes in handy in covering the news. The 20-something newbie reporters pursue justice as they try to discover themselves in the process.

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Pinocchio on the surface is about a bunch of reporters who learn what reporting is truly all about. Or at least, that’s what I was expecting until I heard Lee Jong Suk joined the cast. I swear nobody has a knack for good roles the way he does. He just knows how to pick an amazing role and make it even more amazing with his acting skills. And that’s what this drama was. Absolutely AMAZING. Every episode took me deeper and deeper into their story and by the time I was done, I was crying like a wild horse (if wild horses cry). Every character, every situation and every decision (made by Dal Po) either turned me into a huge of puddle of emotional mess or brought a huge, shiny grin on my face. Some stuff got me slapping my computer screen so hard (I’ll make it up to you babe). There were no in-betweens. Also there were no dull moments.

Coming to characters. Dal Po is amazing. And not just your everyday amazing but amazing amazing. While I was watching I can’t even count the number of times I would’ve made a choice completely different from him. He was so brave and just so right. The kind of path he took, there was no assurance that he would be able to avenge his family at all and as we moved further into the story, we realize that if he hadn’t made the choices that he did, he wouldn’t even have been able to catch the right culprit. As for Park Shin Hye, I’ve really only liked her in You’re Beautiful. Her characters in Heirs and Flower Boy Next Door were extremely disappointing. But this is her best portrayal. I loved Choi In Ha and her blunt attitude (not that she had a choice considering the Pinocchio Syndrome). I think I’ll have a hard time remembering it’s not a real syndrome.

Pinocchio Korean Drama 2014 | 피노키오

Pinocchio Korean Drama 2014 | 피노키오

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