You know that feeling you get, when there’s a new drama on the horizon and you’re crossing everything crossable that it will get picked up for subbing?!?! After seeing the new teaser for Kill It, I am SO there. Jang Ki Yong is returning to our small screens, and this fangirl is giddy with anticipation! Check out the all-too-brief, but exciting teaser below.Continue reading
Long before I was a K-drama junkie, I was (and still am) a lover of books. As of the last few weeks, my viewing schedule has been light on dramas, so I decided this was the perfect time to dig into a good book— one that I’ve been wanting to read for some time! Read on to see what I thought about Marie Lu’s book Warcross.Continue reading
Netflix has begun airing the highly anticipated Lee Jong Suk drama, Romance Is A Bonus Book. Since Lee Jong Suk will be beginning his military service soon, it’s time to start preparing for his absence. Read on to see if the Fangirls think this drama will carry us through until his return or if we will be sticking to repeat viewings of our Lee Jong Suk favorites.Continue reading
My drama plate has been filled with nothing but serious and intense dramas for the past month, so I am SUPER excited for a couple of rom-coms premiering this week. In particular, Touch Your Heart which is starring two of my Hallyu favorites- Lee Dong Wook and Yoo In Ah. After watching the extra long trailer TVN just dropped, I can’t wait!Continue reading
When the stars align and life hands you the opportunity to see one of your favorite Korean actors perform live, you jump on it! I was recently able to snag tickets and attend the Daejeon performance of Shinheung Military Academy Musical, starring Ji Chang Wook, Kang Ha Neul, and Sung Gyu (from the k-pop group Infinite). Since these three actor/singers are currently in the middle of their mandatory military service and have been MIA from our drama screens, it was an especially delightful way to end my time in Korea. AND being able to watch Ji Chang Wook act on the stage, right in front of me, was all that I dreamed it would be!Continue reading
I’ve been on a bit of a drama-hiatus (suffering from major withdrawals, actually), as my family underwent the upheaval of an international move. Now that I’m finaly getting settled down, I’m SO ready to dive into some of the new dramas coming our way this month! I just saw the most recent teaser for Romance Is A Bonus Book and my first thought was— What could be better than a drama about books and romance starring one of my top 10 actors, Lee Jong Suk? Answer: Absolutely nothing!Continue reading
I can’t believe it, but we are already at the halfway point for Where Stars Land this week! Office tensions are still going strong. More pieces of the past were unveiled, yet I continue to have so many questions! However, worries and mysteries were pushed aside to cheer on Yeo Reum and Soo Yeon. Their romance is quickly heating up and we were rewarded with squee-worthy kisses! Join us as we chat about this week’s memorable moments.
It doesn’t seem that long ago that we were sifting through the onslaught of new dramas for fall, picking favorites. Most of those shows are already approaching their halfway marks and teasers for the newest batch of dramas are rolling out. Yay! Wondering which shows to add to your watch list? Come check out the first teaser for Clean with Passion for Now!
It’s been almost a week since the sudden death of DramaFever. And I’ve been grieving the loss of three currently airing dramas, whose endings I hope to be able to watch at a later date. Until then, I’ve been searching for a couple other new dramas to fill the void. I came across this travel drama from Channel A and decided to check it out! Join me as I share my first impressions and unfiltered thoughts on Twelve Nights.
I’m absolutely overwhelmed with all the choices in new dramas this past week. It’s a good time to be a drama fan! But if you’re like me and just can’t squeeze ALL the new shows into your schedule, that also means it’s time for some ‘tough love’. Join Kmuse and me to see if Jang Hyuk’s new drama, Bad Papa, is a worthy contender for your watch list.