Bullet Point Review: Lucky Romance

  • It’s the perfect length. Not too long, not too short. It doesn’t keep you wanting more, but you are still satisfied with what you saw.
  • The initial tone of the story is pretty serious for a romantic comedy, but it throws light into Shim Bo Nui’s fetish with superstitions and Je Soo Ho’s troubled relationship with his parents. This helps cut out the two distinct characters, who are completely opposite to…

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