K-Drama Review: I Hear Your Voice

K-Drama I Hear Your Voice, 너의 목소리가 들려 / Neoui Moksoriga Deulryeo
Genre Romance, Comedy, Crime
Episodes 18
Airing? June 2013 – August 2013
Plot Jang Hye Sung, a bold, sassy, thick-faced, comical, and materialistic public defender who becomes a lawyer, comes to realizations about society and justice after meeting Park Soo Ha, a 19-year-old boy who reads other people’s thoughts and Cha Kwan Woo, an innocent lawyer who lives a disciplined life. Jang Hye Sung is actually Soo Ha’s first love after she gave a decisive testimony on his father’s murder case 10 years ago and Soo Ha promised to protect her from the killer’s threats. (credit)

Rating:  (5/5)
GREAT ENDING!

I’ve never been pleased more with the ending of a korean drama. I Hear Your Voice is one of the few dramas that has been blessed with good writing. The episodes consistently stayed entertaining and exciting. I can’t tell you how many dramas I have watched that started out being amazing but after episode 8 it all went downhill *cough* Cheese In The Trap *cough*. The love story between the two main leads was amazingly well done. I remember desperately wishing to find a guy who loves me as much as the male lead loved the female lead.

EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS DRAMA WAS PERFECT.

The characters were unique. I even ended up feeling pity for the bad guy who I used to despise when I started watching. I wasn’t expecting much from a mind-reading guy who tries to win over his One True Love for 18 episodes but lOOK AT ME NOW LOVING EVERY GODDAMN THING ABOUT THIS DRAMA.

Oh, and I think it’s also worth mentioning what a great job the writers did when it came to building up different relationships and destroying your heart in every possible way (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

If you’re a romantic like me, then this drama is definitely for you (even if you are not a romance fan, you will be… trust me!!).

slutty in theory but not in practice 🥡🥢

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