Drama fans, there is a week on the horizon where the releases will be RELENTLESS. The romance and the comedy will be flying to your screens! Come see what dramas you can look forward to in June.Continue reading
This week was heavy on the slice of life feel, and less focused on any one person. Way more time was spent in the operating room, which wasn’t as bad as it could have been. Still, we had all the fun we’ve come to expect from this show.
Our favorite writing/PD team is back and creating a new drama set in a Hospital. Now, usually we are not really into medical dramas, but if anyone can convince us otherwise it is this writer. So come join us as we share the five most memorable moments from episode 1.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.
With so many great movies becoming available (through legal subbing) we here at DWASOK are thrilled to watch them all and report back to our readers. This week, we have chosen a true gem of a movie, so come join us as we discuss the tragicomedy (who knew this was a real thing?) My Annoying Brother.
While I think it is totally cheesy (insert eye roll) that they take advantage of the Olympic Games to promote their drama, the teaser that came after was super cute. A perfect mix of hijinks, sparkly suits, and high octane music to catch a viewers attention. Continue reading
I was wondering when this teaser was going to drop. Especially since, even with the Olympics, the drama is only weeks from airing. But we do not have to wait any longer to see the first glimpse of Jealousy Incarnate. Continue reading