A new Korean reality show is coming . . . to Netflix. Welp, this’ll be interesting! Read on to see what Netflix is up to next.
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
Lee Kwang Soo will always have a special place in my heart for his various side kick characters and running man persona. So I was thrilled when I heard he was getting a leading role in a drama. Sure it is only a web drama, but we have to start somewhere right? Continue reading
I have had a huge bestie drama shaped hole since Age of Youth concluded a month ago. So I am really hoping that upcoming bromance drama Entourage can begin to fill that hole. Judging from the cute teasers that were released during TvN‘s 10 Anniversary award show, there is a good chance of that happening. Continue reading
TvN’s upcoming drama Entourage is officially done filming and is busy in post-production for its November 4th release. Which means that it is time for this bromance based drama to release some bestie stills to wet your drama whistle! Continue reading
Our five showbiz leads are off to a fun start in this quirky teaser for upcoming the Korean adaptation of US hit Entourage. My only complaint is that it just gives the barest glimpse of what is in store for us viewers. Continue reading
Lee Kwang Soo as a tough as nails gangster with a soft inner core playing hockey? Uhm, YES PLEASE! That was my reaction when I heard about this drama special, and I could not be happier about the end result. While there were a few “What the Heck” moments of disbelief, for the most part, I really enjoyed episode 1. Which of course prompted me to share my thoughts with the world and maybe convince others to give this show a chance. So come join me as I chat about my first ever thug/hockey/college con/romantic melodrama special. Continue reading
I have been a Lee Kwang Soo fan for years, so I am really happy to see him finally being acknowledged for not just his variety talent. It has been a long time coming, but I think that South Korean entertainment is ready to take some baby steps away from its traditional pretty casting and give some great comedians a chance to shine. I am also thinking of Kim Seul-Gi who was finally able to land a leading lady role in Splash Splash Love. Maybe if we are lucky we will see more surprise castings in 2016. Continue reading