Personal Taste


  • Title: Personal Taste / Personal Preference / 개인의 취향 / Kaeinui Chwihyang / Kae In’s Taste
  • Genre: Romance, comedy
  • Episodes: 16
  • Broadcast network: MBC
  • SynopsisThe drama tells tale of architect Jin Ho, who gets mistaken for being gay and doesn’t deny it so that he can move in with his friend Kae In.  The reason being the concept of the next project that he is competing for is based on the house he moves in to (San Go Jae).  While pretending to be gay, he ends up falling for his friend and roommate, which makes things pretty complicated.

Overall, I must say that the plot, even though it was rather unique, was somewhat funny and average.  I felt like the first half was awesome, while the second half was a train wreck.  However, most dramas are usually like that so I can’t complain much about that.  Acting wise, there were some great actors and there were some horrible actors.  I must say, I was not impressed with Lee Min Ho’s acting.  Although, I can’t tell if it was his fault or the writers’ because his character was just so stiff.  The reason I started watching this series was because of the unique plot, but I guess it didn’t really deliver because I had pretty high expectations.  Others may have watched it for the cast.  Lee Min Ho (Boys Before Flowers) plays the main lead while Seul Ong (2AM), is also in it.  Speaking of of Seulong, his acting was great, especially with this being his acting/drama debut.

I’d say this drama was a decent watch.  Check it out if you’re bored.

My Rating: (3/5)

You can watch this series over at Viki.

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~ by misunderst0od on May 23, 2010.

4 Responses to “Personal Taste”

  1. I thought that the plot was pretty interesting and I was pretty entertained until they dragged the story near the end. I would rate it a 3.5 at least~

  2. i’m looking for san go jae’s pitcures. i couldn’t find any. would you help me?

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