I am currently in the middle of watching Mystery Queen (the first season) and I am enjoying it immensely. But I had time to stop and watch the new music themed teaser for Mystery Queen 2. Check it out and be sure to check out the new season on February 28th. Continue reading
Are there any Goblin fans out there? Well, Kim Eun Sook has a shiny new drama coming out called Mr. Sunshine and the first teaser is out. Of course, it looks epic. Not sure Eun Sook does it any other way. The premise feels fresh, and I hope to see a part of Korean history that they don’t often cover.
Prepare to fall in love with Cop Kwang Soo as he does his best to protect and serve in the new TvN drama Live! Check out these new teasers and let us know if this is going to be added to your “must watch” list. Continue reading
When the drama drought ends in March, My Ahjussi will start airing on tvN, starring Lee Sun Gyun (Coffee Prince, The Advocate) and IU (Scarlet Heart Ryeo). Fascinating pairing, don’t you think?
This has all the makings of a cutesy youthful romance and I am loving the storytelling mixed with modern hijinks vibe. Does it look a tiny bit cheesy? You bet it does. But when it comes to Chinese romances, that is not necessarily a bad thing. Especially when both Dilmurat Dilraba & Deng Lun are so young and vibrant. Continue reading
It is rare that a drama will use it’s actual footage in a teaser and have me laughing in my chair as I watch. More often than not a show will create funny teasers but not of the actual drama so when I go to watch, expecting it to be funny, I end up instead with angst and often a serial killer. I think we can safely assume Laughter in Waikiki will be serial killer free. Continue reading
I will be honest in admitting that I am not sure I am in the mood for an honest and realistic romance. But when I consider that the leads are Kam Woo Sung (Spring Day) & Kim Soon Ah (Women of Dignity) and I might be persuaded. Especially when the teaser is just so darn pretty. Continue reading
The first teaser for Laughter in Waikiki (also known as Eulachacha Waikiki) is out and I am already laughing. Continue reading
Y’all, I know it’s hard on a drama-watcher’s heart when MBC suspends programming for some piddly thing like the Olympics (please note use of excessive sarcasm in those last six words), but the other networks are stepping up. Take a look at what you can expect to see on your screens in the near future.
On the heels of the Japanese Miss Sherlock, we have Children of a Lesser God airing on OCN. See the punk in the picture above? He seems to have the same amount of patience for slow-and-steady police work as the infamous British detective.