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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The House Arrest of Us Review

I am here in the Northwest and mostly still stuck in lockdown. So what could inspire me to watch something that has anything to do with lockdown and Covid? A week ago, I would have said nothing but then Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo came out with a show on Netflix that follows a newly engaged couple being stuck with all their relatives during the first wave of quarantine. Needless to say, I hit play.

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First Impressions and Unfiltered Thoughts on I’m Not a Robot

When Kmuse and I heard Yoo Seung Ho would be starring in a new drama, we were both hopeful, but feeling cautious. Will this be another drama that showed glimmers of Yoo Seung Ho’s potential, only to dash our fangirl dreams with poorly constructed plots and more chemistry with the animal co-stars than the leading ladies? Read on to see Kdrama Jen’s first impressions and, as always, unfiltered thoughts! Continue reading

Spooky Drama Review: White Christmas

 

It is the week before Halloween!  Which means it is the perfect time to release reviews on all the spooky dramas South Korea offers.  Some will be humorous spooky and others will provide the thrills, chills, and serial killers that will keep you up at night.  Whatever your preference, we have you covered.  So join The Fangirls this week as we chat all things scary.  First up, White Christmas. Continue reading