Since I’m a full-time student and I’m behind on almost all the major dramas everyone is watching; I have decided to watch all the fun web and mini-dramas out right now. These shows are great time fillers when you are waiting for a new episode of an on-air drama to come out, or if you are like me and want to watch, but don’t have a lot of time. Continue reading
As promised, I dramathoned 6 episodes of Nirvana in Fire 2: The Wind Blows in Chang Lin over the holidays and am now ready to share my unfiltered thoughts on both the drama and how it compares to the original Nirvana in Fire. Continue reading
Do you need a fun and fluffy, bite-sized drama to get you through the holidays? I recently discovered the gem that is Momo Salon on Netflix. It’s short, it’s sweet, and at about 9-10 minutes an episode it’s easy to fit into your busy schedule.
I started A Love So Beautiful and then stopped after the first fifteen minutes because I tend to dislike dramas where the female lead is not very intelligent. Something kept niggling in my mind, though, so I decided to watch it again. I am so glad I gave it another try! Here are my first impressions and unfiltered thoughts:
I don’t even know why I decided to start Jugglers. To say that my drama watching schedule is over-packed would be an understatement. In the end, it just comes down to the fact that I can not let a possibly good drama remain unwatched. Before I knew what was happening I had pushed play for the first episode and here we are. So come join me and see if this is somehow going to become a staple in my schedule or if I decide it is an easy miss. Continue reading
Oh man, y’all — Signal was an incredible bit of storytelling. Thank you for choosing that drama for me! Fingers crossed for a season 2, right? Let’s chat about what I loved and why I think it DEFINITELY deserves a second season.
I don’t know that I’m on board with making this a permanent feature, but I couldn’t think of a better way to title this post. Let’s talk about the circus that was Revolutionary Love, shall we?
Howdy, drama fans! Last month’s discussion of W: Two Worlds was SO MUCH FUN. Thank you to all of you who participated!! Continue reading
Arang and the Magistrate strikes me as a perfect drama for Halloween. It has ghosts, as well as a whole background of mythology that is better than perhaps that of any other drama. We get Shin Min-ah as our perky ghost, Lee Joon-ki as The Magistrate who can see ghosts, Yoo Seung-ho as the Great Jade Emperor with a Mane of Glory, hot Reapers, and Heavenly Fairies. What more could you ask for?