Last week we focused on the bridge to the afterlife, but this week it’s really all about Hotel Del Luna and those that inhabit her. Was it 1,300 years of Man Wol stuck in a prison, or could it have been a very long therapy session sponsored by a bunch of nosy sisters?Continue reading
Are we all ready to take that long trip across the bridge and into the afterlife? Well, some of us may run, and others may crawl, but we are getting closer and closer to the end of this drama and the big question of what will happen to our favorite fashionista is still hanging in the balance.Continue reading
This was a very dramatic week at Hotel Del Luna. Come find out our thoughts about all the drama and whether it has changed our feelings about the OTP.Continue reading
Man Wol tries to do the noble thing and send Chan Sung away. Which lasts for at least ten minutes and then it is back to ghost hunting and really awkward dialogue. Come join us as we discuss what we still like and what is dragging in this week’s Hotel Del Luna chatty recap.Continue reading
We finally get the full backstory of Man Wol’s past and realize that her own trauma is a lot deeper then expected. Come join us as we discuss whether this justifies her penance and whether we are still feeling the romance between our OTP.Continue reading
Man Wol finds acceptance in her metaphoric tree growth this week and our puppy Chan Sung continues to try and save her. Can these two ever be on the same page or are they destined to miss their chance at love once again? Come join The Fangirls as we chat everything episode 5 & 6 of Hotel Del Luna.Continue reading
We have a new favorite power couple in IU & Yeo Jin Goo and are excited to chat about them. Come find out all our chatty thoughts on the first two episodes of Hotel Del Luna!Continue reading
You’ve seen these guys before, I promise. Lankybox is/are the comedic geniuses behind the Zero Budget Kpop video series on YouTube.Continue reading
Gather ’round, y’all, and I’ll tell you a little tale from grad school. As I was earning my master’s degree in English, I had to read many, many books that people thought were the best form of art. Some were great — excellent characters, good humor, moments of lightness, and a well-resolved ending. Some, often extolled as high art or literary fiction, were about the worst of people making the worst of choices and brooding about it for pages in lyrically moody settings.
Guess which kind I hated? If you said literary fiction, or lit fic for short, you can anoint yourself with a gold star. So, read on and see what lit fic and My Mister have in common, and what Kmuse and I think from the first few episodes we watched.
When the drama drought ends in March, My Ahjussi will start airing on tvN, starring Lee Sun Gyun (Coffee Prince, The Advocate) and IU (Scarlet Heart Ryeo). Fascinating pairing, don’t you think?