Temperature of Love Screenwriter Teases that Drama Ending Could be Different than Book in Who Female Leads Ends Up With

I’m ready to put K-drama screenwriter Ha Myung Hee on my shit list now, I’ve concurred with a lot of the criticism lobbed at her for her previous dramas Doctors, High Society and even her earliest works One Warm Word and Can We Get Married. But being flawed doesn’t mean she’s completely sucky but now her attitude makes me think of her as such for being so manipulative to her drama fans. Ha Myung Hee posted on her SNS last week that she was really torn about how to end currently airing SBS drama Temperature of Love, whether female lead played by Seo Hyun Jin will end up with the younger chef Yang Se Jong‘s character or her production agency boss Kim Jae Wook. Come again woman? She wrote that even though the drama is adapted from her own novel with a set ending, the drama to her is fair game and open again to writing an ending that could be different. Continue reading

Jang Geun Seok Provides Coffee Truck to Temperature of Love and More Park Shin Hye Cameo Stills

I continue to follow along to the increasingly morose romantic travails of SBS Mon-Tues drama Temperature of Love. I get why certain viewers loved it from the start and continued to champion the drama even as my initially like turned … Continue reading

Second Episode of Witch’s Court Catches Up to Ratings Leader SBS Drama Temperature of Love

There’s been interesting movement in the Mon-Tues time slot competition and in a way I didn’t expect. The second episode airing of KBS legal drama Witch’s Court garnered 9.5% AGB nationwide ratings, putting it basically neck-to-neck with ratings lead Temperature … Continue reading

Temperature of Love Lead Mon-Tues Ratings Over New Arrivals Witches Court and 20th Century Boy and Girl

Two new Mon-Tues dramas are here and neither appear to make a strong splash and definitely nowhere near contending with time slot leader Temperature of Love. Witches Court on KBS nearly doubled the ratings at 6.6% over MBC‘s 20th Century … Continue reading