Back to School: Saying Goodbye to My Summer Drama Marathon

It’s August, and for me, that means it’s Back to School time. I’m a full-time student and a mom, so I’m currently caught up in finding obscure sizes of paper and lamenting the end of my free time when school starts next week. Every school year starts with the same question: What did you do over the summer? Let’s talk about what I watched this summer and what fell by the wayside. Continue reading

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A Kdrama Fan in Korea

One of my favorite things about k-dramas is how it brings people from all over the world together. Case in point is my friend MiataMama, whose husband has been stationed in Korea for the past few years. She’s been a drama fan for much longer than that, so she’s had ample time to see if things like wrist-grabbing are a thing in Korea, or just made up for our favorite OTPs.

Here are the questions you all asked that she could answer. Thanks for your submissions, drama fans!

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So How About That Ramen?

There are SOOOO many ways to make ramen and so many times I crave it while watching dramas.  I figured this was the perfect time to expand my ramen palate (surprisingly, I avoided the stuff in college) and figure out the best ramen recipe for a newbie ramen fan.  Join me as I go through my cooking process and maybe even help you think of new ways to enjoy this tasty meal. Continue reading

Drama Geek and the Maknae’s Musings: Will a Trope Destroy the Upcoming Drama Your House Helper?

Hello, beloved readers! Karie the Maknae and Drama Geek here. We saw the announcement of Your House Helper, a webtoon to kdrama adaptation, and had some thoughts about adaptations and tropes and good writing. Join us as the Maknae drives Drama Geek nuts by discussing tropes in general while Drama Geek tries to get her to focus on the possibility of the candy girl trope undermining the great story in Your House Helper.

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First Impressions: Mad Dog

Last week we saw a ton of premiers and we thought we’d give a first impression of a few that we watched. I happily grabbed up Mad Dog.  A show on the outside that looks about as interesting as sitting on hold with your insurance company for four hours. But once you peal back the premise you get a sexy caper drama with a pretty big melodramatic underbelly. Continue reading