Is it possible to be watching a drama, not like ANY of the characters, and still want to know who really killed the victim? A victim that was also completely unlikable so you really are not invested in her death in the first place? That, my friends, is the enigma of the new mystery drama Return. Continue reading
My husband and I often talk about psychology and mental health. We took a few classes together in college and he has a master’s degree in a psychology-related field. We’ve talked about how it seems like Korean culture doesn’t really have an open dialogue about things like depression and anxiety. So when I talked his ear off about Kill Me, Heal Me, his first comment was, “I thought kdramas didn’t deal with mental health!” I laughed. Kill Me, Heal Me is aaaaaaaaaaaallllllllllll about the mental health! And I loved it the whole time I was watching it.
Imagine you never took the chance to tell your first love your true feelings. You struggle to find someone with that same spark…for 10 years! Suddenly, you are transported back in time…only to realize you are now the teacher of your first love and, oh, your former self! Read on to discover my first impressions and unfiltered thoughts regarding the new drama Longing Hearts!
It’s time to order that big king sized bed… or maybe not. This week has our OTP getting rid of an annoying pest and finally taking their relationship to the next level. Oh, and there are still those pesky Alphabet Killers running around. But we’re finally entering the phase where our doctor might finally let his hair down and get this show on the road. Continue reading
My Sunday evenings are usually very similar after I get in bed. Look at all the dramas I need to catch up on… searches for hours for the next binge watch instead. For some reason the same feeling came over me on Thursday, (I blame it on slow Viki subs) and thankfully my search unearthed Solomon’s Perjury. With it’s shorter 12 episodes, I was able to binge this in four days, and you can now find it on Netflix. Join me for a fairly spoiler free review of the series. Continue reading
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: