Check out the 'On-Air Drama Discussions' section of the sidebar. Je-Hyeok seems especially determined once he learns that the prison thug leader over Chief Yeom is also threatening his sister. Just why is every episode so damn long? The look on his face as he stabbed the pen into the floor was priceless. This probably is the first kdrama I've seen with a gay character that's not made fun of bc of his sexual orientation. I know Kim je-hyeok's supposed to be a celeb but c'mon! He also finally thanked Je-Hyeok for saving his life. He looks slow but if you think about it, his kindness saves him from many adverse outcomes.
The everyday interaction among prisoners induces laughter as the story flows by introducing the back stories of how the inmates ended up in the jail. The warden was just lol and I'm glad Captain Na didn't have a sob story to explain his behaviour. My hypothesis is that this is because you have elected law-and-order bosses. How can this show rip my heart out in this way? Looney was one of my favorite characters. Their cells were definitely a lot better than any of my hostel rooms from college.
When late at night they are discussing that Je hee should not come see Je hyeok, he told them that Jae hee met him earlier today. The two, who used to have the same baseball dreams when they were young, reconnect by being pillars of strength to each other. That is going to be a very nasty reckoning when big-bad thug finds out! He is so happy to just listen to his daughter. However, for all intents and purposes, they were able to reuse their proven formula and gave it an interesting twist that people loved. We then see the self-satisfied smiles of the police officers, and Looney is sent back to jail, and likely not the same cell as before. Prison Playbook episode 1, ep 2, ep 3, ep 4, ep 5, ep 6, episode 7, ep 8, ep 9, episode 10, Korean Drama episode 11, ep 12, ep 13, ep 14, ep 15, ep 16, Watch kdrama in AsianWiki, myasiantv, kissasiantv, newasiantv, mydramalist, dramacool, ondramanices, watchasian. Read on to hear my last impressions and unfiltered thoughts… I am still reeling from the situation with Looney in the last episode.
Since none of my friends have watched this show, I just had to rant here. I think sending it by snail mail is just cruel, but at least we know he gets his retrial! I was so checked out by the time they gave Kaist his own that I almost skipped it. The first episode was kinda slow and depressing but it really picked up from 3rd episode onwards. We do not host, upload or link to any video, films, media file, live streams etc. We've already seen the actor attending the , but since it's common for casting and character info to hit news after it, we now we get additional information on his role specifically,. It was still sad to see him nearly get his happy ending, only to lose it in the end. I mean I love me some trash but original is original and even though Kim je-hyeok was pretty great, he just can't compare to trash.
Kaist and looney killed me. Lee Joon Ho Jung Kyung Ho , a corrections officer in the prison Je Hyeok is in, and who used to play baseball with him when they were younger. I teared up something fierce. I wanted Min Chul and his daughter holding inflatables and cheering. It wasn't so bad in the beginning but it's like they just gave up all pretense later. All the information listed here is to be found on the web elsewhere.
They are the nicest and most sincere warden, and yet somehow they dislike each other and never understood each other. Paeng and Jung woo were probably my faves. Aside from the situational comedy, one thing that will draw many to this show is the bromance that the mostly all male cast has with each other, whether it be Captain Yoo and Han Yang, to Je Hyeok and Joon Ho. Also, it should be noted that this is my first official review for the 2018 Korean Drama season, as it ended on January 18, 2018. That whole scene broke my heart, and reminded me again that this was not summer camp, and even though we came to love this motley crew of characters, we would have to say goodbye, and there just might not be the resolution and riding off into the sunset that I truly wanted.
Although this scene provided a few laughs, it also outlined the stark reality of the many years that have passed since Min Chul entered prison and the vast changes that have taken place. Captain Yoo finally gets the news he has been waiting for! That would have been a storybook ending, but this show has proven again and again that providing perfect closure and resolution all around is not what it is designed to do. It literally screamed trash oppa. That woodshop kid got behind the wheel even though he was sleepy but the blame ofc lied with his boss. This is the dude that stabbed him, tried to burn him alive, and ruin his career, but somehow his transformation is one I really want to continue. I agree with her that her son would likely be very supportive of using the money to help the Captain who once helped him. He was just as clueless and maybe a little less disgusting than him, but just as adorable.
The life graph was probably my fave scene. In fact for Prison Playbook I was enjoying it so much I used to pause to check how much of the episode was left and would be so happy to know I had however much more goodness left to devour! However…we do get a lovely welcome back from prison kiss from Krystal, and maybe my favorite happily ever after of all: Jailbird is shown chauffeuring Je-Hyeok around. It made me happy for Min Chul. I really really hope he has a plan! The show keeps things simple as it follows the daily lives of the inmates of Seobu Detention Center, and later on, at Seobu Penitentiary. With his real group baseball make a big appearance ok around the bend, a star pitcher arrives in jail and should figure out how to explore his new world. Please for the love of all that is holy, get a goddamn editor and reduce the length of your episodes. I loved everyone but Lt.
Dramas and comedies about the justice system are nothing new, with shows tackling subject matters from court room trials to the prison system, and they have their own followings. Yeom ended up in the infirmary and it is there we learn that Je-Hyeok really did have a plan! The prison seemed a little too comfy? I have this complain with the reply series too. Jack-of-all-trade Kaist The resident inventor of the group is prickly towards Looney, but is the best brewer of coffee inside the cell. He kept whacking him over and over, and then he said it was the only thing he could do to help Je-Hyeok. I can literally feel my soul leave my body by the time the episode ends.