Just a little background on me: When it comes to music, I’m a proficient dabbler. I know enough about playing and performing to really respect talented vocalists and well-crafted songs. I love watching new artists find their sound and established artists push their sound in new directions. And I am ALWAYS looking for a sound that’s just a little different from the rest of the genre, making it stand out because of the hook, the harmony, or the chorus that gets eternally trapped in my head.
How’s that for an intro? Let’s get down to business, shall we? This week I present to you some of the new-to-me tight vocals that have tickled my neurons, and the soaring vocals that caught my ear in the last few months. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!
Kmuse & Kdrama Jen jump into the world of Ever Night and share their thoughts on the drama over the upcoming 8 weeks in their first ever long podcapping project. Join us as we discuss well done cinematic magic scenes, cute leads, and sexy elvish princes.
While we typically focus on Korean dramas, we also love dramas from other Asian countries. Recently more Japanese dramas have been subbed on Viki which has made us very happy. Join Clkytta and Telzeytalks as we discuss our first impression of the Japanese drama, Pretty Proofreader.
This is it! The final smorgasbord of awards for 2018. What’s our favorite kiss? Who had the best ensemble cast? Which drama do we wish we could have a redo on? Come find out this and more as we put 2018 finally behind us.
We’ve covered all our thumbs up and thumbs down choices in our end-of-year posts over on the blog, so for this podcast, we thought we’d try something different. We took our six favorite dramas of the year, shook them up, and played “Kiss, Marry, Kill” with them. You GUYS, that was SO HARD!! I hope you enjoy our agony as we had to decide which dramas to kill and why.
I’m between semesters at college, so I’ve been dramathoning like a good little fangirl. Coffee Do Me a Favor caught my eye, and I had high hopes that this drama would overcome all the fat to skinny tropes we are used to. You know, the ones where the frumpy stupid fat girl loses a lot of weight and becomes beautiful and smart. Let me just say, I want those hours I spent watching this drama back.
I watched Shin Hye Sun in a couple of shows this last year that took me off on a tangent with the Korean language. Have you ever noticed the subtitles not matching the names the characters are saying? Come and see what I noticed about how Koreans address each other, and then, if you have more information, please comment! (We have tried hard to find the correct word usage and romanization of the Korean words. Meaning, we scoured the internet and picked the brains of our members who are learning Korean. That said, we know we may have a few mistakes here, so let us know if you see something so we can use the correct term. -Clkytta)
Every New Year’s Eve, my family has a cheese feast — lots of unique cheeses from around the world, fancy deli meats, yummy crackers . . . and fried mozzarella sticks for my one kid who won’t try ANYTHING new.