For a drama which was promoted or branded as a mix of The World of the Married and Sky Castle, Graceful Friends which was also aired on JTBC, did not seem to garner as much […]
A cop whose husband is a serial killer? This sums up the storyline of Flower of Evil which is really intriguing. So far the 8 episodes that I’ve watched did not fail me but only […]
My Unfamiliar Family is a drama that deals with the intricate relationships among family members, people who are supposed to be each other’s closest kin, but whom are unfamiliar with each other. You really need to have some patience to get to know the family members well, before slowly accepting their idiosyncrasies and possibly falling for the charm of this drama.
Fight For My Way is a seriously refreshing, light-hearted, yet relatable and meaningful watch with great life lessons that would resonate with everyone who is working hard and hoping to achieve their dreams.
After all the twists and turns, The World of The Married finally came to an end. Some netizens felt that it was open-ended and disliked it, but I chose to see it as Joon Young […]
What a terrible mess. I was especially annoyed with Ji Sun Woo with regard to how she dealt with her son’s fight with his classmate. Sometimes I think Ji Sun Woo is a really inconsistent […]
Angry and frustrated. This is how I felt during the watching of episode 12 of The World of The Married. Let’s first start with Ji Sun Woo. I know she is the lead and we […]
So I started getting really interested in Yoo Ah In lately (after watching his performance in Secret Love Affair), and as a result began a marathon fest of the 50-episode period drama Six Flying Dragons […]
“Secret Love Affair” is a bit different from the usual Korean dramas as it is a serious show with no comedic moments, slower-than-usual pacing, and touches on a more taboo topic of adultery. In spite of the adultery theme which may sound sleazy, it is anything but that, and interestingly have a really classy vibe to it too, probably due to the music and piano references.
Taiwanese Idol dramas appear to enjoy a small resurgence recently with the hit drama “Someday or One Day” starring Alice Ko and Greg Hsu. A surprising hit I would say given that the 2 male […]