Drama + Pharma

KOREA

Dali and Cocky Prince (2021)

The Sh'Pill:

When a rich woman and a poor man meet, with different personalities, surrounded by untrustworthy people who want power, the drama’s beautiful storyline comes to life. Is it possible for these two complete opposites to understand each other and persevere through the challenges of finding love?

The Pharma 5 Watch Guide!

Best Time To Watch:

End of Day: Watching this after a long day is a good idea. It has the potential to provide you with the tranquility you so richly deserve.

Prescribed For:

Newbies: This is good for people who want a happy ending. It’s also suitable for people who wish for a simple plot because it doesn’t worry you with unstructured information and a story that is too long and complex.

Side Effects:

“Dali and the Cocky Prince” is sure to take you on an emotional roller coaster ride that you’ve never been on before! So, you won’t feel like you’re watching a lot of drama at all when you watch. This series is so fun to watch repeatedly that you won’t get tired of it.

Cast & Chemistry:

Moo Hak, played by Kim Min Jae, is a favorite character. He’s one of the best actors around. It was inspiring to see a male character who wasn’t the stereotypical “ideal man” depicted in Korean dramas. Moo Hak was a joy to know and fall in love with. In contrast to most Kdramas, their romance felt organic as it grew between them.

Addiction Level:

It was so easy to laugh at their humor that it was an absolute pleasure to do so. Every time there’s a new episode, there’s always a new thing to look forward to.

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Original Network:

KBS2

Places To Watch:

Kocowa/Viki

Episode Count:

16

The LONG PILL:

In the series, a man falls for the daughter of a wealthy family, trying to save an art museum from falling apart. Kim Min Jae plays Jin Moo Hak, a man who has no formal education or book smarts but is very creative and skilled at making money. Park Gyu Young’s role as Kim Da Li is brilliant and comes from a wealthy family, but she can’t look after herself and needs Jin Moo Hak. As a result, she finds herself in financial trouble when Moo Hak steps in to save the day. Despite their totally opposite personalities, they find common ground and eventually fall madly in love. A romantic comedy with a touch of murder mystery, it connects the worlds of art museums and global food chains through the dazzling romance of its two stars.
Hard Pill to Swallow
Because insulting kids who have been adopted or grew up without parents is even a plot point in this, it’s peculiar. It’s also hard to believe that the characters beat up by their parents also accepted the beating as usual in this drama.

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MIXED INGREDIENTS:

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Exam Results:

B-

Seeing a show that is so open and honest is excellent! This is not a lie at all. Because it is what it is, it does not try to be anything else than that. There is a lot of humor in the script because of this. The plot is very different, and there are a lot of funny parts to keep the audience excited about it.

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