I thought Seo Kang Joon‘s last drama would have been totally up my alley but who knew it just didn’t connect with me. When the Weather is Fine costarred Park Min Young who I really like and seemed like that sorta of melancholy quiet emotive romance that would really usher me into a warm place of comfort. But it ended up being rather cold to me much like the weather in that drama but I totally concede it’s a personal reaction as I thought the drama was well acted and lovingly directed. So his last few dramas have been either not my tea after watching or not my tea to start with so I don’t even check it out. I’ve been waiting for him to blow my socks off the way he did in Cheese in the Trap and his next drama sounds promising as a possibility. He’s signed on for Zero, a sci-fi thriller K-drama from the screenwriter of Secret Forest (Stranger) (both seasons) and Life. I don’t mind sci-fi but please no more time-travel, I’m so scarred by K-dramas attempts at that subject matter in recent years from The King: Eternal Monarch to Alice and most recently Sisyphus: The Myth.