Welcome to the third Lovepark End of the Year Award:
where the awards don't matter, and nobody cares!
Judges: Me (as always)
I write up mock awards at the end of the year, but this year's broadcaster awards were ridiculous. Unsurprising, but still ridiculous. I don't think I can match their level, but that's probably a good thing.
Best "I Need to Finish This" DramaPunch
Best "Should Have Watched" DramaSix Flying Dragons
Best "Enjoyable for a a Quiet Moment" DramaMidnight Diner
Best "Waste of a Concept" DramaHidden Identity
drama review so I'll try not to repeat too much. For a show with such an interesting concept ripe with potential stories and character development, it falls flat which makes it even more disappointing. It could have been so much more but alas... it turned out as it did: boring and anti-climatic.
Best "Surpassing Expectations" DramaReply 1988
Best "I Forgot About You" DramaLife Tracker Lee Jae-goo
Best ActorJung Jae-young (Assembly)
Best "New Discovery" Actor(s)Ahn Jae-hong (Reply 1988)
Lee Dong-hwi (Reply 1988)
Best "You Finally Picked a Good Drama" ActorLee Bum-soo in Last
Best "You Outshone Everyone" ActorPark Hee-soon in Missing Noir M
Best "I'm Glad I Saw you Again" ActorChoi Kang-hee in Heart to Heart
Best "Could You Be Anymore Awesome" CharacterChoi Mu-sung from Reply 1988 (Choi Mu-sung)
Best "Wardrobe" CharacterPark Dong-ho from Remember (Park Sung-woong)
Best "I Couldn't Pick Just One" CharacterThe Seven Personalities of Ji-sung in Kill Me, Heal Me
Dramas I watched that didn't receive any awards (sorry, I was too lazy to think of anything for you guys): Producer, Spy, and Sweet Savage Family
Can't say this was a good year for dramas especially considering the actors and all the potential (seriously, all my favorite actors had a drama air this year!). Unfortunately, I'm not that optimistic about 2016 either. However, I still won't give up on dramas! (I'm looking forward to Jang Young-shil!)