This show is so . . . weird. It’s hard to describe, define, or even decide if I like it. Revolutionary Love mixes comedy, action, romance, and melodrama at a dizzying speed, and I think it will take another episode for me to decide if it’s worth my time. Continue reading
Karie the Maknae: So Kdrama Jen said I should watch a thing. I trusted her and watched the thing. And now we will banter about it while she makes my head spin with all the Korean names.
Kdrama Jen: Hey, I am simply trying to educate our Maknae. It’s not my fault they happened to cast both Kim So Hyun and Kim Soo Hyun in the same drama. But, seriously. What did you think? Moon Embracing the Sun is an absolute must-watch because you get to see so many of the current big name stars when they were just young foals galloping around dramaland.
I just finished a little gem of a drama and wanted to make sure everyone checks it out. This is a pretty spoiler free review. Which means there are only a few things in here that you wouldn’t find in a synopsis. But if you hate any kind of spoilers then you may not want to read, just go watch the drama and come back and I’m pretty sure you’ll agree with my love for this coming of age feel good show. Continue reading
YOU GUYS!! YOU GUYS!! Siwon is back from his military service and he’s been cast in a drama for October! I might be a little excited about this. I LOVED him in She Was Pretty. Now he’s going to be the LEAD. *faints a little*
Y’know, there’s a reason that Kmuse’s name is Kmuse. She really is my inspiration when it comes to picking dramas. I’ll whine that I have time to kill between finishing a series and waiting for the poll to close and she ALWAYS has the perfect solution. She’s also happy to promote Seo In Guk to new fans anytime, anywhere. And for very good reason. Because of her, I’m now a huge fan myself.
No Sandra Bullock in this one, folks, but it looks FASCINATING. And as a newly-minted Lee Jong Suk fan, I am very interested in this drama! Continue reading
I had a terrible time starting this series, y’all. I was raised to say “please” and “thank you” on a regular basis, and I’m raising my children in Texas, so we add “ma’am” and “sir” when needed. The female lead of I Hear Your Voice, Jang Hye Sung, was NOT raised that way and she got on my nerves at the beginning. There was a point when she finally said “thank you” to someone and I actually said, OUT LOUD, “How did those words taste coming out of your mouth?” Made my husband laugh and he was in a different room!
KBS2 has a new drama coming out this September, called Girls’ Generation 1979. That Korean title is gonna make it show up in some interesting web searches…. Continue reading
The saga continues! In a move that some saw coming, but I didn’t, Kocowa has partnered with Viki to offer their new content at a higher monthly price. Which kind of makes me wonder why Kocowa was created in the first place. Come join me as I chat about the new plan and what that means for viewers.