JTBC’s Saturday-Sunday drama “My Liberation Notes” is receiving favorable reviews.
“My Liberation Notes” is a work that deals with the daily life of three siblings living in a corner of Gyeonggi-do. Actors Lee Min-ki, Kim Ji-won, Lee El and Son Seok-koo are showing their unique charm in “My Liberation Notes”.
In particular, “My Liberation Notes” is drawing much attention in that it is a new work released after 4 years by writer Park Hae-young of tvN’s legendary drama “My Mister”. Park Hae-young is a writer who deals well with characters and stories that are likely to be seen in our society, and is also famous as a realistic and sympathetic “famous-line maker”. In this drama, she drew attention by placing somewhat unused words in important scenes.
The expression “revere” was used in the dialogue where Yeom Mi-jung (Kim Ji-won) told Goo (Son Seok-koo), who is living a meaningless life every day, “Don’t you have anything to do? Then ‘revere’ me.” Writer Park is also well-received for portraying modern people who hide their wounds as well as their families’ cross section in “My Liberation Notes”.
The drama’s ratings are showing an upward movement from 2.9% to 3.8% (based on Nielsen Korea). Netizens praised its cinematic quality, such as “A drama that contains the era”, “I can relate to it every time I watch it”, “The actors are so good at acting” and “The lines touch my heart.”
JTBC’s “My Liberation Notes” airs every Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 PM.