5 Reasons to watch Moonshine and Valentine

Lately, everyone is buzzing about the Chinese drama Moonshine and Valentine aka The Love Knot: His Excellency’s First Love.  I’m eighteen episodes in and the storyline keeps grabbing my attention. So let’s look at five reasons why this drama should be on your watch list. Continue reading

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First Impressions & Unfiltered Thoughts: Miss Hammarabi

Are you ready for romance in the courtroom? Can judges have emotions and still make informed decisions? First, let me say that I’m not a big courtroom drama fan.  I was interested in this drama mainly because I’m curious if Go Ah Ra and Kim Myung Soo (L) have any chemistry and I wanted to see Go Ah Ra and Sung Dong Il in a drama again. So I went into this drama hoping that it would be more than just boring courtroom scenes. Come and join me as I give my unfiltered thoughts on Miss Hammarabi. Caution: There may be small spoilers as I outline the story.  Continue reading

Fangirl Stalking Military Edition: Keeping the Home Fires Burning for Go Kyung Pyo!

It’s been a while since I’ve done a Fangirl Military post, but it popped up on my radar that one of my favorite actors, Go Kyung Pyo, is enlisting. I fell for this adorkable guy many years ago and I have continued to cheer him on as he has grown as an actor.  While he’s serving his country let’s look at some dramas we can watch to help the time pass. Beware! There may be spoilers! Continue reading

CLKYTTA’s Guilty Pleasure: La Luna Sangre

A few months ago Kmuse suggested that I start watching some Filipino movies and dramas with her… Little did I know that after our first post about La Luna Sangre, I would be sucked into this drama.  For the first time ever, I’ve committed to a drama longer than 30 episodes.  Let’s talk about why I’m still watching, what I like about this drama and what drives me nuts.

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14 Days of KPOP: Breaking Up is Hard to Do!

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It’s time to break out the tissues, roll up the posters, and put away the lightstick.  What do you do when your Kpop group breaks up?  When 2NE1 broke up it was a big deal at my house. We went through crying, wailing, disbelief, and hours spent asking “They will get back together again someday, right?” My daughter won’t even listen to “Goodbye” because she refuses to believe it’s true.  So let’s talk about breakups and the stages of grief in a Kpop fan.  Continue reading