Doom at Your Service Recap: Episode 2

Myeol Mang and Dong Kyung have made their deal, and now they have to proceed. But, in true fated romance tradition, neither of them is expecting emotions to become involved. Come read the fine print as I discuss episode 2 of Doom At Your Service.

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Doom at Your Service Recap: Episode 1

It’s time for a new Dramas With a Side of Kimchi recap! I am so excited to be recapping Doom at Your Service for the next several weeks with Kmuse. It’s almost summer, and I’m ready to lay in the sunshine, cold drink in hand, and watch dramas with my kbesties. I’m Clkytta: fangirl, mom, friend, writer, editor, and teacher. I’m also the one that Kmuse corrals into helping recap when it’s anything to do with mysteries, murders, or paranormal. All she had to do this time was say, “Paranormal, Seo In Guk, and Park Bo Young,” and I was on board!

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Law School: First Impressions and Unfiltered Thoughts

Kim Bum first caught our eye as the sax-playing pottery-loving member of F4 in Boys over Flowers. Since then, we have tried to catch him in whatever project he takes on. Sometimes they are good and sometimes they are not. Recently, he has been playing chilling bad guys. Kdrama Jen is a huge fan of legal dramas (most of the Fangirls are not), so when she learned that Kim Bum would be in Law School, she was all in. Luckily, some of the other Fangirls decided to give it a try anyway and were pleasantly surprised that this is not a typical legal drama. Continue on to discover our first impressions and unfiltered thoughts.


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First Impressions and Unfiltered Thoughts: Navillera

We have a drama recipe for you! Take one disenchanted ballerino (not a typo!) and one hopeful retired grandpa and mix them together. Add in a disapproving family, an absent father, and an old rival, then shake well. Put in the drama oven and cook, then sprinkle a delightfully cynical ballet mentor, an adorable college-age granddaughter, and really, REALLY bad driving skills on top, and you get the heart-warming drama Navillera

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Throwback Thursday: A Tale of Two Dropped Dramas

It’s my turn for Throwback Thursday and I decided to toss this one back out there. Sometimes we start dramas that we end up dropping for whatever reason, but then we start wondering if we need to give a drama a second chance. I went back and watched The Last Empress, and it was totally worth revisiting. Now I want to know, should I give Touch Your Heart a second chance? Tell me what you think in the comments and I’ll tell you all about it later.

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