First Impressions: Hello, It’s Doom.

Look at me go…. Another show but my excuse this time is I’m obsessed with Seo In Guk so I HAD to start this one, right?

Doom at Your Service

Tak Dong Kyung has been working hard ever since her parents passed away. Her life seemed more stable after working as an web novel editor for 6 years, but then she gets diagnosed with a brain cancer. She blames her unlucky life and wishes to curse everything to disappear, which unintentionally calls Myeol Mang, a messenger between humans and gods, to appear. He says that he can grant her wishes. As her last hope, she makes a contract with Myeol Mang for a hundred days to live how she wants, risking her everything.

  • Genre : Fantasy, Romance, Drama
  • Origin : South Korea
  • Episodes : 16 (1 hr. 5 mins.)
  • Aired : May 10 – June 29, 2021
  • Where To Watch : Viki
  • Starring : Park Bo Young | Seo In Guk | Lee Soo Hyuk | Kang Tae Oh | Shin Do Hyun

Thoughts: There was no way I wasn’t going to start this drama. I have been waiting for Seo In Guk patiently to be in another drama. I really didn’t care what it was going to be. And I think I will have to eat those words because I’m not 100% sure what I’m watching. I like to think I’m a pretty smart individual but for some reason, this simple enough plot has me questioning what is happening. They kind of set up Park Bo Young’s character very well. Her life sucks. Her parents are dead, she ended up as the side piece in a relationship with a married man, and on top of that, she has brain cancel. Pretty straight forward. But it’s Seo In Guk’s “Doom” character that I’m having trouble understanding. Yes, it’s only been 2 episodes and I will probably find out more but is he a god, a genie… what?! His whole relationship with “God” is another thing that has me scratching my head. Either way, I’m going to stick with it, at least for a few more weeks. See where it starts to go.

Are You Still Watching? : Maybe So

First Impression Score: 6.5/10

Published by Unbothered Unnies

A couple of ladies who love to express their opinions from anything and everything. That includes shows and music and anything in between. This blog is dedicated to our love and appreciation for Asian entertainment and culture.

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