Lol yes, they sometimes talk too much instead of moving the plot along with their actions, but ah well. It gives me vocab practice in Mandarin When watching Tribes and Empires, I felt that the talking was a bit much, but honestly, I didn’t mind because I liked the drama and the characters too much to be annoyed.
That’s not too long at all, I’ll give it a shot.
Are you referring to Moonlovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo? That is my all-time favorite drama, but I cannot rewatch it because I will be thrown into melancholy for a few days. I remember weeping hard while watching it. Yes, IU falls into a coma in the real world and she wakes up as the cousin to the wife of one of the princes. She befriends almost all of the princes, but in the process, she gets caught up in the political scheming, and the drama quickly goes from light-hearted due to her 21st Century actions and thinking in the Goreyo era to heavy and dark with the betrayals and fighting. But the OST is legendary, in my opinion (but I’m biased :D).
As for I’m Sorry, I Love You, I think the reason why their relationship really caught my attention was because he saw through her shield of being okay with everyone using her, and he showed her her worth. They really clicked together, and I was rooting for them all the while. His feelings about his mother were so complicated and I loved how seemingly contradictory they were. I think So Ji Sub really embodied the Cha Moo Hyuk’s humble past, his complicated present, and his tragic future (although it was a sacrifice).
I believe that one is The Master’s Sun. He was great there, too, and I believe the actress is Gong Hyo Jin.
I haven’t seen Something Happened in Bali. Is it worth watching?