ADR Sunday- Mad Dog

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Mad Dog had to be one of my top favorites for Chinese dramas

A private team of investigators led by former police investigator and Insurance Investigator Kang Woo. Work undercover to unearth those who try to swindle Insurance agencies out of money by faking injuries.

Kang Woo left the Insurance company he worked for after the death of his wife and son due to a plan crash. He felt there had never been a clear cut answer as to why his wife and child died that day.

This team is made up of a rag tag group of people. Kang Woo, Oh Seo Ra, Park Soon Jung, and I think On Noo-ri. Each have their specialties to bring to the table as they fight against corrup officials and regular people who try to swindle money from insurance companies.

Each with their own skeletons from their past that they wish to forget.

Then along comes Kim Min – Jun, a swindler whose brother had died in the same plane crash as Kang Woo. He throws a wrench in the group by monitoring them and trying to get under their skin. It works.

As time goes the group realizes who Kim Min-jun is and slowly accept him into the group. Together they work to find out what had really happened to the flight where his brother had been accused of taking drugs that caused him to fall asleep and crash the plane.

It’s an intriguing series of twist and turns and eeee… moments.

Asian Drama Sunday

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Title: Bromance

This is a Taiwanese drama.

Sweet/action Filled

Pi Ya Nuo is a woman who s forced to live as a boy until she turns 25, due to a quacky fortune teller’s prediction.

One day while helping her friend sell food at his food stall. Di Zi Feng arrives and is ambushed by some roughians. She immediately goes to help him.

Di Si Feng is a triad leader and upon hearing about his brush with some hooligans his mother goes to thank the young boy who helped to save her son’s life, along with Di Zi Feng’s sister.

Di Zi Feng’s sister falls in love with Pi Ya Nuo and encourages her brother to hire him so they could develope feelings.

Only a secret keeps Pi Ya Nuo from going further.

This is a sweet and adorable romance with small action scenes.

Dating Dracula Review

5 – Star

I absolutely adored this book. The main female lead was fantastic. She wasn’t a cower under duress, or stereotypical let the man look after me. She was funny, reckless, and had a great sense of herself.

Dracula himself was a bit hush-hush. A few words here and there but he wasn’t the whole I will not let you do something and let me handle it.

The bok had plenty of vampire puns and made fun of werewolves. I laughed over a few of them. Cliche but they were classics and well placed for a good tummy laugh.

Definitely recommend reading this one.