I’m here! Yes, I know I’m a little late, but I’m super excited to have started Kdrama-land’s newest addition to the A.I. romance genre. My Holo Love, a Netflix production, recently dropped all 12 episodes for drama watchers to binge on immediately. A new show and no waiting – how did we get so lucky?! Even though a few of my fellow Kbesties have already finished drama, I have successfully dodged all the spoilers. Will I be jumping on the binge-watch bandwagon? Come find out!Continue reading
Who’s not a robot? It depends on who you’re talking to. Meet Aji-3, she definitely is a robot! I was excited when I’m Not a Robot premiered, and to see a Korean drama with a robot in it, and now she has become my girl-crush. I am a fan of science fiction, and you don’t find much of that in dramas. Knowing that our story is largely about someone who is NOT a robot, let’s see how Aji-3 fares in a Kdrama!
Welcome to the new year, and to our first mini podcast where the fangirls try to focus in on one subject and keep things short and to the point… emphasis on try. For our first go, we decided to focus in on our current favorite romantic comedy I am Not a Robot, and its crackling OTP. Come joins us as we talk post military black tank tops, and blind spots big enough to fall in love with 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
Please don’t suck. Please don’t suck. Please don’t suck. This is my ongoing mantra as I prepare myself for another Yoo Seung Ho drama. It isn’t that his three dramas post military service have totally sucked….they just haven’t been as good as some of his pre military work. I still am waiting to be wowed. Not to mention, I could really use a little less crying on his part. There was SO much crying on his last film that my quota of his tears is used up at least until 2020. Thankfully, this one looks like it might be a bit more comedy and a lot less melo. Continue reading