Witch’s Love Korean Drama | Khmotion.com | 마녀의 사랑; RR: Manyeoui Sarang) is a 2018 South Korean television series starring Yoon So-hee, Hyun Woo, Lee Hong-bin, Kim Young-ok and Go Soo-hee. It aired on MBN’s Wednesdays and Thursdays at 23:00 (KST) time slot from July 25 to August 30, 2018
Witch’s Love Korean Drama | Khmotion.com | 마녀의 사랑
In plain sight in bustling Seoul, three generations of witches have been living below the radar of everyone around them. Kang Cho Hong operates a restaurant with her fellow witches, Maeng Ye Soon and Jo Aeng Doo. They try to keep a low profile, but Cho Hong’s youthful good looks attract the attention of a neighborhood guy, Hwang Jae Wook, who is constantly trying to get close to her. Cho Hong and her fellow witches’ quiet lives become complicated when their building landlord, Ma Sung Tae, shows up one day. Sung Tae wants to face a traumatic incident that happened to him in that building when he was a little boy. With Sung Tae nosing around their business on a regular basis, can Cho Hong keep her true identity a secret from him? (Source: Viki)
- Native Title: 마녀의 사랑
- Also Known As: Manyeoui Sarang
- Screenwriter: Son Eun Hye
- Director: Park Chan Yool
- Genres: Comedy, Romance, Drama, Fantasy, Supernatural
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- Whoa.. I’ve just finished watching the last episode and seriously, ain’t that sure what I should tell you about it.
Once upon a time there was a so-light-(really-tots-light)-Hokus-Pokus-kdrama-plot. That’s it. Ha!
This wasn’t a very developed plot, but a simple one you could seat and enjoy watching in a rainy night together with your family – or with your puppy. Or both. Suit yourself, honestly.
Won’t dare to say this was an amazing drama that I would pick it up to watch again anytime soon; but it was, for sure, truly enjoyable. But light. Really light. Don’t forget the light thing!
- The thing about being a simple plot didn’t frustrate me, on the contrary, it made this an easier watchable one. Seriously. During the episodes I was able to laugh a lot (really dorkable laughs), draw lots of sighs – full-of-asteristics-sighs – and even get angry at certain characters. Not that the acting skills of all the cast were something “wow” to be watched (to he honest, the female lead… just please, go back to .. does anybody know a good Acting Academy or something like that? Juilliard-alike?), but in general, they did a good work. The former prince (who’ve watched Daebak got the reference *wink*) really won me over with this CEO of his. Truly! Every single time he was in scene, I was like: “you did it! you did it! don’t get hurt!”.
Being totally sincere, I kinda felt like watching a Disney small production TV series.