Kmuse’s Musings: It’s a Winter Wonderland

fotorcreatedI am officially stuck in my house. For those of you who are unaware, if you are in Portland and it is snowing it means you stay home and wait out the storm.  The roads are horrible and the drivers on the aforementioned roads are worse.  So what do I do during my forced hibernation?  Write a post about my favorite winter drama moments of course.  Just because I choose to not frolic in the snow doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy watching it on my TV.

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Kmuse’s Musings: Favorite Family Drama Countdown

FotorCreated.jpgA while ago we asked our readers what they wanted us to write about.  This is me following through with one of those requests!  It was requested that we share our favorite weekend family dramas.  And since I think I am the only one out of our blogging group that watches family dramas (shout out in the comments co-bloggers if I am wrong.) I decided it would be a good subject for a Kmuse’s Musings. Continue reading

Kmuse’s Musings: Current Dramas Pros and Cons

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I am back to a full drama schedule which is awesome!  For a while there I was worried since I was down from 20 dramas to only 4.  A literal dramaland drought for this kaddict.  In celebration I thought it would be fun to go through all the shows I am watching and do a quick (spoiler free) pros and cons in case you all are trying to find a show to start.  So come join me as we chat some drama! Continue reading

The Fangirl’s Musings: Weird OTP Pairings They’re a Comin’

5.pngIt can’t be just me that thinks some of the recently announced drama pairings are just a bit…….. off?  I don’t even know what word to attribute to how I feel about them.  I don’t all out hate them, but ever single one makes me raise my eyebrows and go “WHAT?  REALLY?”  So in order to share my confusion, I dragged my co-bloggers in to discuss what we feel about all our upcoming OTPs (One True Pairings). Continue reading

Kmuse’s Musings: Chinese Dramas One Should Skip

s2tz.pngThose of you who follow the blog know that I am a huge fan of well done Chinese (mainland) drama.  Something about the pacing and unique cultural characteristics of their common tropes just does it for me.  It also doesn’t hurt that the majority of their leading men and woman are a tad bit older. Not that I don’t openly admit that I have biases many years younger than myself, but sometimes it is just nice to enjoy an age appropriate lead.  However, I am going to switch gears for once and do a post on Chinese Dramas that bored me to tears and are worthy of a skip.  Because life is just too short to watch 50 episodes of something that is the drama equivalent of a Valium. Continue reading