Top Korean Dramas of 2014: Fourth Review

Joseon Gunman

This drama marks Lee Jun Ki's return to a period drama after his turn in thriller, Two Weeks. Here, he plays Park Yoon Kang, the son of a loyal guard, whose life changes after his father is framed. He loses his status and becomes a fugitive in one day. To survive, he learns to use the gun and becomes a skilled gunman. At the same time, he has to search for his sister who has been demoted to slave status. Here, he is paired up with Nam Sang Mi again after their first cooperation in Time Between Dog and Wolf, thus marking the second time they appear as a couple.

Flower Through the Rock by Ali (Joseon Gunman OST)

It's Okay, It's Love

Gong Hyo Jin proves again why she is such a sought after actress. She brings charm to the role of pyschiatrist, Ji Hae Soo, who is also a hurt person, afraid of having a deep relationship with others. Jo In Sung is also extremely likeable in his role as a famous writer, Jang Jae Yul. This is an interesting drama which focuses on the mental or emotional issues which the characters face, be it the pyschiatrists themselves or Jae Yul himself. Watch and feel for them as they grow in love with each other and help each other to resolve their respective issues.

It's Alright, It's Love by Davichi (It's Okay, It's Love OST)

The Three Musketeers

TvN does it again with another drama which has an interesting storyline and also features gominam (pretty men) at one go. This drama is based on the famous story of the Three Musketters but set in the Joseon era. Jung Yong Hwa takes on the role of Park Dal Hyang, the mysterious fourth musketeer who gets tangled up in the lives of the three musketeers which comprises crown prince So Hyun (acted by Lee Jin Wook) , Heo Seung Po (played by Yang Dong Geun) and lastly Jung Hae In as Ahn Min Seo.

The Three Musketeers (Trailer)

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