Hi! I’m taking the Drama tag challenge. Why? Because I’ve been too lazy to write my movie reviews, I’m so far behind but with the staycation coming up this week, I will play catch up! Any bloggers out there, feel free to take up the challenge. I’m following Hayleigh’s challenge. Though I will not just stick with Korean dramas, my focus will be what truly fits. Continue reading →
Rakuen (2017) Tokyo Tarareba Musume (2017) Quartet (2017) Seirei no Moribito II: Kanashiki Hakaishin (2017)
Sadly, I’m STILL watching Winter season dramas. Talk about biting off more than you can chew! I think I started a total of 20 dramas from this season and finished around 12 so far. Of the 12, I can safely say these four easily bubble to the top of my list. Let’s get started. Continue reading →
I haven’t reviewed a daily drama in a very long time. Why? Because it’s hard to write a full review about something that you didn’t care for or didn’t finish. So, it’s with joy that I finally found a drama that not only did I like, I liked the ending, the characters, the development and for once the irritating mother in laws didn’t illicit too many curse words! Continue reading →
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 →
You know, I have PURE love for both Jo Seung Woo and Bae Doo Na! It’s like an early Birthday and Christmas gift tied together to have these two in a drama together! I’m so looking forward to it and really hope it is picked up by someone! Hell! I’ll just watch it raw!!!
Well, this drama is starting off with a huge, beautifully shot, intense teaser that has me itching to solve whatever mystery Jo Seung Woo & Bae Doo Na are investigating. It is almost time to start another great weekend TvN drama and Forest of Secrets looks like it will be full of intrigue and gritty politicking. Just what I like in my suspense dramas.
Starring: Hong Jong Hyun as Han Chul Soo, Jin Se Yeon as Park Yeong Hee, Shin Jung Keun as Han Dal Sik, Jun Soo Kyung as Jo Gang Ja, Kim Eung Soo as Park Man Choon, Park Eun Hye as Park Yeong Mi, Kim Do Yeon as Park Yeong Sook