Starring: Go Soo as Dae-Ho, Sol Kyung Gu as Detective Bang-Sub, Kang Hye Jung as So-Hyun, Park Yoo Chun as mysterious man, Park In Hwan as Sung-pil, Chun Ho Jin as Jo Myung-chul, Lee Shi Ah as Mi Yeo, and Jun Suk Ho as Choi Kyung Hwan
Inane, silly, fun? Just think about all the goofy adjectives that comes to mind and it pretty much describes this drama. I would definitely classify this as an ‘easy watch’. No drama tropes, no love triangle, and truly a remake of one of my favorite shows from the distant past, Bewitched with the late Elizabeth Montgomery. Continue reading “Drama Marathon – Bewitched in Tokyo (2004)”→
Starring: Prabhas as Shivudu/Baahubali, Rana Daggubati as Bhallaladeva, Anushka Shetty as Devasena, Tamannaah Bhatia as Avanthika, Sathyaraj as Kattappa, Nassar as Bijjaladeva, Ramya Krishnan as Shivagami, and Kichcha Sudeep as Aslaam Khan
I always enjoy doing these end of the year posts. Why? My list never looks the same as everyone else. As I watch so many different genres and dramas from all the Asian countries, my list never looks the same. Another thing I notice is that I rarely like the popular ones. I think at my age, I get bored very easily with some of the drama tropes and romances. It’s a rarity that they even make it to my list! This year, for the first time ever, I watched more than double the number of Japanese dramas than Korean, I hardly watched any Thai lakorns and the Chinese dramas this year (that I’ve watched), didn’t bubble to the top! Continue reading “Year in Review – My Best Dramas for 2016”→
As I sit here watching a movie that is making me jump left and right, I will try to write my Spring 2016 thoughts for the Japanese Spring season for 2016. This is one of those rare seasons where I truly watched one drama from each of the genres that I like. The thing I like about Japanese dramas is that they are short and sweet! There is no dragging of plot lines and non-sensical stories that normally have me complaining profusely.