Drama Review 'Master - God of Noodles' Episode 18

Drama Review 'Master - God of Noodles' Episode 18

"Master - God of Noodles"has steadily proved my doubts out of place and it's the mark of a forgedpaintings when the viewer loves being wrong. Gil-do witnesses his lifelines being severed one after the other and people who abandon him are about to notice how missing they are in taming this beast. The time has come for Myeong to confront it, yet this war of words is anticlimactic. Happily the series has sufficientsturdy characters and a wideinternet of revenge making an affect when Myeong's privatetale fails to.

I have branded Do-kkoo (Jo Hee-bong) a dead guy for decades and this makes his survival very satisfying. The finishisn't here yet, but he has have shyed away from the form of death I used to be expecting. Do-kkoo has been given excellentconstruction and he's the protector our heroes need. He also brings back a welcome friend. The overall rule for any fictional death is "No body, no party". Seong-rok's (Kim Joo-wan) reappearance can be the catalyst for the end.

Advertisement Any othermajorfear of mine has been extinguished in the ashtray Gil-do (Jo Jae-hyeon) reunites with for a repetition of his sordid past. I'mhappy that he remains consistent, but we also get a glimpse of true humanity from him for the primary time. His want for human touch alongside Tae-ha (Lee Sang-yeob) makes the beast in him glance pathetic. It layers his personality and makes his ultimateselection feel avoidable and hence more painful to watch.

The writing has controlled to give Gil-do substance whilstkeeping up his lifestyles as a force of nature. Here's what makes the ones around him so dangerous. Those who consider his lies suffer and those who do no longerhave faith them attempt to use him with no needgenuinekeep an eye on over him. This creates even more pain and suffering. Mi-ja (Seo I-sook) makes the selection to let a wolf generally tend to her sheep and So Tae-seop (Kim Byeong-gi) forgets what poking a beast effects in.

The revelation of Myeong (Cheon Jeong-myeong) as Choi Soon-seok used to be inevitable, but the large confrontation is lacking. Myeong's story and trend accept felt very secondary for a long time. The creators subsidized themselves into a corner through making him a standard revenge-thirsty lead and no longer making his ethicalfight more central to the story. Regardless, they are wise enough to pay attention on the drama's strengths without sacrificing their major revenge line.

There are still problems left to be addressed in"Master - God of Noodles". Characters like Myeong's secret agent in Goongrakwon and Gil-yong (Kim Jae-young) were underused and I'm actually notcertain if explanations and closure will be given on all open topics. I don'tbe expecting a lot, but the series has been smart with giving me more than I expect. I am hoping next week will bring the entiretycomplete circle with an intense finale.

"Master - God of Noodles"is directed byKim Jong-yeonandLim Se-joon, written byChae Seung-daeand featuresCheon Jeong-myeong,Jo Jae-hyeon,Jeong Yoo-miandLee Sang-yeob.