First Impression and Spoiler Light Series Review: My Name

Revenge and muuuuuuurder!!! Just trying to get Kmuse and Kdrama Jen’s attention. They are the bloodthirstiest of the Fangirls and this show did not disappoint. My Name is another Korean drama produced by Netflix and they let the blood run free and the female lead reign supreme. Han So Hee rocked this role and was flanked by the new hottie on the scene, Ahn Bo Hyun, and a very seasoned hottie, Park Hee Soon. Join us as we give mostly a first impression, but also our spoiler-free thoughts on the series, because we binged this puppy in 24 hours.

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First Impression and Random Thoughts: Dali and the Cocky Prince

Are you one of those people wondering where all the romcoms have gone in Dramaland? I often see people asking for recommendations for a simple sweet romance without serial killers or a glimpse into the dark underbelly of the world, and Dali and The Cocky Prince fits most of that criteria. It has a tiny bit of murder, but what show doesn’t? The important thing is that it has comedic cuteness galore. Join us as we share some of the reasons why you should give this show a chance.

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First Impressions and Unfiltered Thoughts: Yumi’s Cells

Have you ever wondered what a grown-up version of the Disney movie Inside Out might look like? It might just resemble the newest webtoon-to-drama, Yumi’s Cells. Now that the kids are all back to school, it’s the perfect time to try this cute live action/animated crossover. Come find out why Yumi’s Cells is hitting the spot and has become a favorite for Drama Geek and myself!

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First Impression and Spoiler Free Series Review: SQUID GAME

Squid Game is EVERYWHERE. Everyone is talking about it, and if you’ve been watching dramas for a while, people you never thought would talk to about kdramas are suddenly wearing green tracksuits and wanting to discuss your favorite actors. According to Netflix, it may end up being its most-watched original show ever. What is making the world jump over that one-inch subtitle line and dive into this particular drama? I have no idea, but let’s talk about why we watched it instead.

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First Impression – Lost

It’s been five long years since Ryu Joon Yeol and Jeon Do Yeon have graced the small screen, and it’s no surprise that their comeback show feels more like an indie movie than your typical Kdrama. Both have been busy making movies during that time, and are well known for portraying nuanced characters with some pretty powerful performances. The first two episodes prove that they’re bringing that talent to this drama and the show feels deeply layered because of it.

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