Gong Yoo and his estranged daughter take an hour long trip to Busan and reconnect while fighting through a zombie apocalypse. That’s right, Drama Geek and I have gone to the movies and are all ready to chat about the intense thriller Train to Busan. Continue reading
Were you one of our readers that loved Three Lives, Three Worlds, Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms as much as we did? Did you wish the story had never ended? Well sit back and join us as we chat about the movie Once Upon A Time and discuss whether it lives up to the drama it is based on. Continue reading
Did you enjoy the 90’s US movie She’s All That? Did you know that there is an even more entertaining and romantic Filipino version titled Just The Way You Are? We didn’t either…until now, that is. Join Clkytta and Kmuse (and the Maknae, who tagged along) as they chat about why this movie is better than the original as they continue their journey through Filipinio rom-coms. Continue reading
Many of our readers know that Clkytta and I have been dipping our toes into the drama/movie waters of Southern Asia. Specifically Philippine movies and dramas. This experience has been both a positive and a negative. The positive being we have found a whole new level of fun romantic movies to delve into. The negative is the lack of English subs and availability of content to foreign viewers. Which brings me to today’s topic. The Filipino TV streaming site TFC. Is this the answer to my content problems? Come join me as I review the various aspects of the site and let you know if it is worth the money. Continue reading
Kmuse & Clkytta continue their foray into reviewing Filipino movies with their next pick She’s Dating the Gangster. Come hear their thoughts about cute OTPs (One True Pairings) & unexpected plot twists. Continue reading
The Fangirls take a jump down south to the Phillipines (our first foray into Phillipine cinema) and watch the romantic comedy Can’t Help Falling In Love. I think we can safely say that we are now huge fans of this couple. Come join us as we chat all things accidental marriage in our latest movie review. Continue reading
With so many great movies becoming available (through legal subbing) we here at DWASOK are thrilled to watch them all and report back to our readers. This week, we have chosen a true gem of a movie, so come join us as we discuss the tragicomedy (who knew this was a real thing?) My Annoying Brother.
This movie has been out for a while, but both KMUSE and I thought it would be a great summer movie review. With Kim Nam Gil back on the small screen we thought everyone would enjoy a little refresher in what makes him an actor to follow. Also noteworthy is that this movie also stars my girl crush, Son Ye Jin and one of my favorite up and coming actors Lee Ye Kyung.
OK, before you think we went totally crazy in our choice of movie review, I would like to come clean that this was a recommendation from my Chinese and Japanese drama discussion group. Who in their right mind would look at the title and think, “Wow, this is going to be a great movie”? That said, this was a really fun movie! So come join Clkytta and I as we chat all things Vampire Cleanup Department. Continue reading
We at DWASOK have been craving a Ji Chang Wook fix for a while, so Fabricated City being released with subs came at the perfect time. Come join Drama Geek and myself as we discuss all things Fabricated City and we will let you know if this movie is worthy of the awesomeness that is Ji Chang Wook. Continue reading