Kmuse has been watching a bunch of stuff this week and is all ready to share her opinions. Come find out which shows are must-watch and which are OK for a slow binge.Continue reading
November and December were full of a lot of family situations that made drama watching take a back seat on my priority list. Which meant I was left with a bunch of shows half watched and a ton of ideas for blog posts unwritten. While it is not feasible to play catch up on the blog posts, I decided it was doable to write a giant post on what I have finished and whether or not they were worth watching. So join me as I get all of my thoughts off my mind and ready to start anew in 2022.Continue reading
Come join me as I discuss my feelings about Netflix’s latest drama Hellbound. Does it live up to the hype? Would I join a cult for Yoo Ah In? Do I recommend that everyone go watch ASAP? Come find out as I share some of my thoughts about the drama.Continue reading
Looking for a scary drama to watch during the month that is dedicated to all things spooky and creepy? Need a short drama? Want something that will make you creeped out when you watch it at night? Something with scares and a side of humor? Then look no further, since I have compiled a list with all of your drama watching needs in mind.Continue reading
I wrote a first impression post a month ago about the age gap romance, My Fated Boy. Within two days of publishing that post, I had binged the whole thing, and weeks later, I am still thinking about that drama. So, what is a Fangirl to do but try and convince more people to jump down the rabbit hole with me? Join me as I share all my favorite aspects of My Fated Boy.Continue reading
It is no surprise to our long-time readers that I am beyond excited at the return of my #1 bias. But with the latest teaser, that excitement has been raised to new heights. So join me as I discuss the multiple reasons why I think this drama will be just what I need to kick off the spring drama season.Continue reading
In light of the violence against Asian Americans, we wanted to strongly state our continued support for the AAPI community. As you know, we have a deep appreciation for stories and music from all cultures. It’s fair to say that this interest we share has even changed our lives, and we’re grateful for the Asian and Asian American people that continue to share their time and their passions with us. The Fangirls are committed to supporting people from all walks of life — Black, AAPI, LGBTQ+, and many more.
In this excellent article from The Strategist — https://nymag.com/strategist/article/where-to-donate-to-help-asian-communities-2021.html — there are over 60 ways to donate to support AAPI causes. Each Fangirl has made a donation to a cause close to her heart, and we invite you to do the same.
Dramas with a Side of Kimchi
Those of you who have been following the blog for a while know that I am a huge fan of politicking Chinese dramas. And there is a specific sub-genre that is almost exclusive to Mainland China. Yes, I am talking about the Harem political trope. Join me as I share why I think that the current airing drama The Sword and The Brocade is one of the best of this sub-genre ever.Continue reading
So, everyone knows that this has been a bit of a crazy year. But that doesn’t mean we haven’t been able to watch some really solid TV. And while we usually chat only about our Asian shows on the blog, once a year we like to break free and discuss what else we enjoy. So come find out what tickled our fancy and become some of our favorite things.Continue reading
There is something about the last days of summer that get me in the mood for brisk autumn temps, hot cocoa, and some seriously intense Korean dramas. I like to throw off the fluff of those summer romantic comedies and prepare to be scared, surprised, and thrilled by the fall drama fare.Continue reading