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Cho Seung Woo and Park Shin Hye team up for an action-packed time travel thriller. Will there be romance? Will it be between people who aren’t related this time (thanks for the PTSD, Alice)? Can Park Shin Hye pull off action scenes? These are all the burning questions we know you have, and we’re here to answer them for you.
This week’s MVs were a revelation, music fans! None of them are in-your-face with their colors or sound, but they grabbed my ears and wouldn’t let go. Come see what I found, including a brand new group that is definitely owning their noble concept.
Kim So Hyun is back, and she’s kicking some major ass in her new drama. With Ji Soo by her side, this drama has a sweet youthful feel that we’re loving. Not that we’re fooling ourselves into forgetting there is a 90% chance that one, or both, of our leads won’t likely make it to the end of the drama.
Once upon a time, in a faraway place called Twitter, this Maknae ran a poll to let the loyal Dramas with a Side of Kimchi readers decide her next binge watch. The race between Forever Love and When We Were Young was tight, but Forever Love triumphed in the end. Come find out if I enjoyed my binge watch enough to let strangers on the internet make decisions for me again!
It is about that time where the Fangirls stalk one of our favorite onscreen people, and this time it’s Kim So Hyun, who is about to star in River Where the Moon Rises. Come find out which of her dramas are must what and which ones you might want to skip.