Doom and foxes and insensitive felons are all headed to our screens very very soon, drama fans. Which dramas are piquing your interest? Read on to check out this fresh crop of teasers — maybe it will help you decide what you’ll watch next!Continue reading
I was extremely excited when they cast Cho Jung Seok as a cop possessed by a swindler. It’s like Oh My Ghost in reverse. I wonder if the swindler thinks he needs to get laid to move on to the afterlife? This is right up Jung Seok’s alley with how versatile he is as an actor and it’ll be so much fun to see him in an action role. This clip highlights his character’s fighting skills and I can’t wait! The plus is that Hyeri’s role seems to be light and comedic which will play to her skillset. Continue reading
Also coming our way soon is Two Cops, starring Jo Jung Suk (Oh My Ghostess, My Annoying Brother) and Hyeri (Reply 1988). Continuing in the theme of ghosts and possession from Oh My Ghostess, Jo Jung Suk plays Cha Dong Tak, a dedicated detective who’s possessed by the spirit of a swindler. They work together to solve crimes and fall in love with a reporter, Song Ji An, played by Hyeri. Teaser trailer after the jump.
Today’s question is all about the ladies. We discuss which Actresses have improved the most in our opinions. Continue reading
I still don’t know if I 100% buy these two as a couple, but the first teaser goes a long way in convincing me that I will. Can I just say that they are flipping adorable together! Who knows, maybe this combo will be the big surprise of the year. Odder things have happened. Continue reading
It can’t be just me that thinks some of the recently announced drama pairings are just a bit…….. off? I don’t even know what word to attribute to how I feel about them. I don’t all out hate them, but ever single one makes me raise my eyebrows and go “WHAT? REALLY?” So in order to share my confusion, I dragged my co-bloggers in to discuss what we feel about all our upcoming OTPs (One True Pairings). Continue reading
Awe, the days of yesteryear (or 28 yesteryears to be exact). Its time to travel back to 1988 for the newest drama in the “Answer Me” series. You might be asking yourself (at least those of you who have been following me for years) “Kmuse, didn’t you vow never to watch another “Answer Me” drama again?” And while I do admit that was my feelings three years ago, I have since forgotten a lot of my anger. It turns out that Answer Me dramas are a lot like childbirth. Your memory tends to forget the pain after a while. So come join me on this new recapping adventure for a new blog. If nothing else, we are in for an emotionally charged time.