4 Reasons you should be watching Chinese drama The Legends

The Fangirls just started the Chinese drama The Legends and are 100% on board for fantasy filled fun and romance. Come let us try to convince you to join since fangirling is more fun with friends.

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I Hate You Juliet: First Impressions and Unfiltered Thoughts

Y’know, I make the mistake every once in a while of thinking that I’m a seasoned drama watcher, now that I’m two years into the journey. And then I get proven wrong.

Such is the case with I Hate You Juliet, a webtoon-turned-webdrama by the good folks at Oksusu. How could I resist, when it stars Lee Hong Gi, Jung Hye Sung, and Choi Woong? Read on to see what Kdrama Jen, MiataMama, and I (Karie the Maknae) think about this mind-reading opposites-might-attract drama.

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Beautiful World: Should You Watch?

Beautiful World may be the best Kdrama of 2019.  I am just not sure if I can push through to keep watching.  It is soul wrenching and beautifully made, but my heart hurts when I watch.  I do not usually cry while watching dramas; I was bawling by the middle of the first episode.  Read on to hear my first impressions of Beautiful World and decide for yourself if you are willing to risk your heart to watch.

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First Impressions and Unfiltered Thoughts: Welcome to Waikiki S2

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!

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Reassessing Romance is a Bonus Book

Sometimes the Fangirls have differing opinions about a drama. There are times we have hive-mind-like thoughts about a show, but then there are some dramas  that appeal to one or two of us, but not the rest. That’s not a bad thing at all. We are all different and find value and meaning in a variety of experiences and dramas.  This is certainly the case with Romance is a Bonus Book. Read on to hear why Kdrama Jen kept watching.

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