I have been watching way to many KDramas these days and well, not all of them are soooo good. Run on, for me was okay and I still invested enough time into it so I gotta write about it.
The thing about KDramas is that each episode is longer than an hour. That’s a LOT of time and so you want to make sure you invest your time right.
Anyway, let’s talk about Run on. I found the trailer interesting since this story was really something different. It was story of an athlete and a translator. The dude who runs and the lady who writes the subtitles…interesting right?!
Also, if you don’t speak Korean then you do know the value of subtitles. Am I right?!
So, yes, I started watching it and the first episode was a little slow. The second one was slow as well. At this point, I wasn’t even sure what was happening 🤣
Let me show you the trailer first 😎
Release date: December 16, 2020
Verdict: You will either fall in love with the pace and the story and enjoy it or you’ll give up. There is nothing in between. No lukewarm feelings, folks 🙌
Ki Seon Gyeom – Si-wan Yim Instagram
Seo Dan Ah – Sooyoung Choi Instagram
Lee Young Hwa – Tae-oh Kang Instagram
Ki Eun Bi – Sun-young Ryu Instagram
Jung Ji Hyun – Je-wook Yeon Instagram
Kim Woo Shik – Lee Jeong-Ha Instagram
Seo Tae Woong – Choi Jae-Hyeon Instagram
Not on Instagram
Ki Jung Do – Yeong-gyu Park
Park Mae Yi – Lee Bong-ryun
Yook Ji Woo – Hwa-yeon Cha
Dong Kyung – Seo Eun-Kyung
If you’re into slow romance and you don’t binge watch, go for it! It’s more fun if you watch one episode a day (or may be two)… This lets you absorb the story and feel it.
You know how when you start drinking and you feel like the alcohol isn’t really working and then suddenly you’re drunk! That’s how this will fell 🙂