Maybe it’s just me, but I feel like there has been a lot of remixing of the same old drama tropes and stories lately. I’ve been craving something different and I Wanna Hear Your Song has offered up just that. Join Kmuse and I as we share our thoughts on this new musical, murder mystery.Continue reading
Are you a fan of fluffy historical dramas? Do you love watching idol actors in hanbok? Yep, me too! I just saw the new trailer for Flower Crew: Joseon Marriage Agency and I can’t wait to try out next month!Continue reading
I. Am. OBSESSED. Seriously. Since the premiere of their second comeback album in June, my infatuation with rookie Kpop group ATEEZ has been unceasing. I’m absolutely crazy about these boys and their fantastic music and can’t help but want everyone else to join me in the ATINY fandom. So come, let me school you on ALL things ATEEZ!Continue reading
I’m nothing, if not loyal to my Kdrama biases. So when I saw Choi Jin Hyuk was back in a new drama, Justice, I had to try it out! This genre is not one I would usually choose to watch, but I gave it a whirl – is this revenge thriller is one you’ll want to plug into, or give a pass?Continue reading
When this drama popped up on my radar, I was reluctant to give it a try. After all, it’s a period historical and those type of dramas are usually relegated to the bottom third of my watch list. However, Rookie Historian Goo Hae Ryung has managed to mix cute and fluffy with the usual palace politicking, resulting in a ‘sageuk lite’ that is absolutely delightful. Read on, to see if you should add this drama to your watchlist too!Continue reading
Unlike some of my fellow fangirls, I haven’t yet been fortunate enough to attend a live BTS concert. . . BUT, when the opportunity to see their 5th Muster live (via Vlive) popped up, I made a very impulsive late night decision to watch. And I’m SO glad I did!! If you can’t be there in person, I’m totally convinced beginning a concert at midnight from the comfort of your couch, gleefully snapping screen shots, is a close second. Come join me, as I chat about my very first BTS Muster experience.Continue reading
I miss Korea. Some days, I feel absolutely homesick for my Korean chingu and the Land of the Morning Calm. I have so many great memories from my time there – from living as an ex-pat, to playing tourist in my adopted home country. I was sitting here going through pics of my final month in Korea and I came across my ‘bucket list’ trip to MBC World. This is a definite MUST visit for the Kdrama/Kpop Fangirl! Read on as I reminisce and share my day at this Broadcasting Theme Park!Continue reading
It’s heeeeeere! One Fangirl stayed up late (made easier by time zones), another set their clock to wake up super early, while some of us stumbled out of bed and blasted it in our cars on the way to drop off the kids. However we expressed our fangirl dedication, we’ve all had a chance to listen to BTS’s newest album, Map of the Soul : Persona and we want to share our first thoughts with you. Let’s check out this fantastic new album together!Continue reading
JI SOOOOOOOO! Pardon my exuberance, but I’ve just come off a recent veiwing of Page Turner — need I say more? Ji Soo has firmly solidified a spot on my favorites list and will soon be back on our small screens with a new drama, My First First Love. Come check out the trailer with me!
All the descriptions of the drama that I’ve tracked down are rather wanting. But it seems as though this is going to be a slice of life drama about five friends leaving home for the first time and moving in together. And, of course, it wouldn’t be a Kdrama without a love triangle — please, oh please, let our Ji Soo FINALLY get the girl!!!
The rest of the cast are all familiar faces, having been in supporting roles for various other dramas. My First First Love also stars Jung Chae Yeon, Jung Jin Young, Choi Ri, and Kang Tae Oh.
So one thing to note, this drama only has 8 episodes. Which means it’s longer than a drama special, but only half the length of the usual Kdrama episode count. Hopefully this allows enough time to flesh out all the characters, but keeps the plot from falling victim to unnecessary dragginess. And bonus. . . since it’s airing on Netflix (beginning April 18th), I can download and watch away from home – yeay!
What do you think drama fans? Will you be giving My First First Love a try??
Dramas With a Side of Kimchi
I’ve been impatiently waiting on glacially slow subbing of late. AND sobbing into my kimchi over several dramas that are not coming to the legal sites. (I’m still waiting for you, Jang Ki Yong and Jun Ho!) So when the new Welcome to Waikiki showed up, I knew it was the perfect show to help distract me from my current drama woes. Come check out my thoughts on this second season at the Waikiki Guesthouse, and whether it’s worth the watch!Continue reading