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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] "Mad Dog" Releases Cheerful Filming Stills

2017/11/20 | Permalink

You had me at "Hello, Yoo Ji-tae and Woo Do-hwan", series. "Mad Dog" brings us some happy behind-the-scenes times this week. I would say it's an appropriate time for some reprieve and some happy smiles, given the latest episode's dire cliffhanger and the stampede of villains relentlessly marching over Team Good as of late.

"Mad Dog" has not been doing great ratings-wise and I personally have a dinosaur-sized bone to pick with it, but just look at this cast. They're adorable and I am easy to please. Choi Won-young's smile in particular delivers a nice change from the feeling of wanting to punch his face in when he is in character. That's when you know a villain is working or at the very least being appropriately annoying. Bless us with good baddies, sir.

Story-issues aside, it's always good to see the cast and crew of a series hard at work, because no quality issues change the fact that it truly is hard work being put into drama making by creators and staff. I hope the actors have a great time until the end. Now excuse me while I fangirl over these stills.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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