Chicago Typewriter Final Review

By Lu Ci Ga - 1:56:00 AM

I started this drama when it aired and ended up having to marathon the remaining 6 episodes because life got in the way. I just want to say this drama was great. The history it's based off of is the occupation of the Japanese in Korea.

The whole thing of the drama was about three people that were friends in the past during the occupation. Fast forward to the present day, two of them are reincarnated and one isn't. He remains a ghost stuck in a typewriter. The typewriter is the thing that brings them all together kinda sorta.

Anywho, i love the drama because it didn't really focus on the romance but their history and what they fought for in the past. There is romance in the drama but it's not the main point. I recommend this drama totally because is the sexiest thing ever to grace your screen Yoo Ah In and Go Kyung Pyo's bromance is a feast for the eyes and hits you right in the feels.

It's available at Viki and the 16 episodes are so worth it.


Han Se Joo was a writer in his past life during the 1930s Japanese occupation of Korea. He has been reincarnated and is a bestselling author in the modern day. But Se Joo is depressed and has writer’s block that keeps him from completing his next bestseller.
Yoo Jin Oh is a talented ghostwriter who can bail Se Joo out of his predicament, but the mysterious man has a condition for his services that Se Joo may not be able to meet.
Jeon Seol is a veterinarian and book lover who runs her own delivery service. She becomes an anti-fan of the overrated Se Joo.

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