Top 5 Kpop MVs: Brand New OSTs!

Can you have a drama without an OST? Of course not.

I’m so excited for the new music that’s coming out with the latest batch of dramas — come see what I found! And keep your eyes open for the one MV that *could* be from an OST, but isn’t.

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Top 5: BTS Explores “Black Swan”

“A dancer dies twice — once when they stop dancing, and this first death is the more painful.”

Martha Graham

One of the things I love most about BTS is their vulnerability. It seems that once they started finding their style and expressing their own thoughts, there have been deep themes about connection and loss and the imminent end on the horizon, the feeling that the wave they’re riding won’t last forever. 

Their new song, “Black Swan”, explores this theme in depth, beginning with that soul-wrenching quote from Martha Graham. Come see what all the hype is about — I promise it’s worth it!

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Movie Review: Jackie Chan’s Railroad Tigers

I have to wonder — is there anyone in this world who doesn’t love Jackie Chan? Long before I fell down the kdrama rabbit hole, I discovered and was delighted by Jackie in Rush Hour, Shanghai Noon, and The Jackie Chan Adventures. So when my father-in-law recommended Railroad Tigers, you KNOW I had to check it out. Come see if Railroad Tigers lived up to my expectations!

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First Impressions and Unfiltered Thoughts: Touch

Family lore has it that once upon a time, a great-great-great grandmother of mine married a man 16 years younger than her. Not too far removed from her in the ol’ family tree, a great-great-great grandfather married a woman 16 years his junior. With legends like this running around in my history, dramas with a huge age gap between the leads don’t seem that strange. Come talk about Touch with me and let me know if the age gap is creepy or comfortable!

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