Drama Review 'The Just right Wife' Episode 3

Drama Review 'The Just right Wife' Episode 3

A new case is opened and a new guest persona comes with it in episode 3 of"The Just right Wife", yet they do more for the key plot and characters than act as a client. Tae-joon is in short released from prison and his little excursion supplies some dark revelations about his personality. There is so much going on here and the pacing is beginning to generate numerous confusion by way of propelling the complete thing forward.

Seeing Myeong-hee (Kim Seo-hyeong) and Joong-won (Yoon Kye-sang) published every bit siblings fathered by the at all times delightfulYoon Joo-sangas Search engine marketing Jae-moon is moderately a amusing outcome. Jae-moon is a fascinating lineament and now notsimplest because he pointers Hye-kyeong (Jeon Do-yeon) off at thehassle Tae-joon (Yoo Ji-tae) is in or for sensing his son's emotions for her. He could also be in a an identicalscenario to her. He'son my own and sportinga big weight on his shoulders. Unfortunately, his taleis going by too fast.

AdvertisementThe series turns out to be speedingand becauseI haven't watched the original, I can't tell if they try to squeeze a multi-season paintings into one, which would be catastrophic. I believeas though the drama is being too indistinct close to who knows what, who needs what and who has done or could have done what. Having mystery is a vitala section of this story, but the rate at which cryptic knowledge comes out leaves no time to retain and procedure it.

So a ways this were on the procedural aspect only, which is straightforwardto seembeyondbecause of the situations being standalone. I do to find IT contrived that Park Do-seop (Jeon Seok-ho) helps to keepstoning up as the prosecutor in Hye-kyeong's cases, but most likely he has in some way orchestrated it or he occurs to be in the ones we see. The rate of the USB recovery containing Tae-joon's alibi, however, feels too convenient. A mix of confusing writing and rushed resolutions is a bad one.

I can take care of some pointof bewilderment for now. It'lljust existan inventiveresolution to slowly provide an explanation for what has been, is and can be happening. The largerdifficulty alongside the hasty plot progression is that it hinders character development. Tae-joon is obviously a narcissist and has a dismal side, but I think as if the latter, new revelation would have more have an effect on if we knew his blank surface personality better.

As much as I wish to take more information, I wish episode 4 will take a damage and focal point what we've got so far. Joong-won's overwhelm is cute, but his timing is awful. I'm curious if Hye-kyeong's dating with Tae-joon is dysfunctional either ways. Would she use Joong-won to punish her husband? She already has muchto cope with and now her sweetheart's mother is meddling. Hang in there, Hye-kyeong.

"The Smart Wife"is directed byLee Jeong-hyo, written byHan Sang-woonand featuresJeon Do-yeon,Yoo Ji-tae,Yoon Kye-sangandKim Seo-hyeong.