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Goodbye Mr. Black Korean Drama Review

Goodbye Mr. Black is a revenge melodrama that tells the story of a man who is betrayed by his best friend and sets out for revenge.  1,085 more words


Goodbye Mr Black

This is hopefully a one-off, or at least will not be a common occurrence. This is only happening because I’ve temporarily lost my marbles and watched my first k-drama in three years (since 2013’s… 2,403 more words


Goodbye Mr. Black Finale Review!

I know, it feels wrenching to have to let go of our favorite drama! Is this really goodbye, Black?

Welcome to the end

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Goodbye Mr. Black: Black Swan

Looks like military is the theme for dramas this year. While ratings wise, DotS is slaughtering Goodbye Mr. Black, I enjoy the raw ball of energy the second one possesses. 529 more words

First Impressions

Mr. Black - A contemporary Count of Monte Cristo

“Goodbye, Mr. Black” is based on the webtoon with the same name, written by Hwang Mi-Na in 1983, which was been inspired by the French author Alexandre Dumas’s novel “The Count of Monte Cristo.” 261 more words


Goodbye Mr. Black Ep1- Ep2

Goodbye Mr. Black features Lee Jin Wook and Moon Chae Won. Lee Jin Wook is fresh from 2015’s “The Time We Were Not In Love”. Moon Chae Won is coming back from a 3 year hiatus from the small screen. 187 more words