When I first heard the news about Bae Seong-woo's scandal, I was shocked. However, as reality sank in, I was left with disappointment. Drinking and driving is a crime. End of discussion. It might have been a one-time accident, but that can't serve as an excuse. Bae's actions have left his fans hurt, and I'm sure his family is suffering even more. His brother, a vocal supporter from the beginning, apologized on his older brother's behalf and promised to never mention his name on broadcast again. That's how serious this crime is. Bae Seong-woo was reaching the height of his career, getting lead roles in dramas and movies, yet now his future is undetermined. I'm sure after a period, Bae Seong-woo will eventually return like the other celebrities who have been charged with DUIs. While I'll still love his past performances (and in all honesty, still like him), I don't know if I'll be able to go around and call myself his fan anymore. While I'm
Much like the team they portrayed, Stove League rose from the bottom and shattered all expectations. Though the broadcasting station clearly tried to capitalize on this sleeper hit by dividing it into smaller episodes to shove more commercials in between and the production side weighed down some of the fun by inserting a ridiculous amount of PPL scenes, luckily the show ended with its intended 16-episode run. Thus, it's now time to say goodbye to our underdog team, Dreams.