Tae Joo struggles with finding out if his current situation is all a coma induced dream or if he really traveled to the past (and in the end does it really matter). The clues continue to grow as he learns to navigate a more brutal police system. Continue reading
I am debating whether I am going to give the OCN crime drama Voice 2 a watch. On one hand, I had issues with the leading lady’s actions and habit of going off without backup in season 1. On the other hand, this is one kick a$$ teaser. Continue reading
I really wanted to love this drama. Rain was back on my tv screen and this looked like it was going to be a home run and then… Come and join me as I share the pros and cons of the crime drama, Sketch. Continue reading
Life on Mars continues to bring us more questions than answers in episode 2. As Han Tae Joo struggles to find his bearings in 1988, we also get tiny hints of what is happening on the other side. Let’s talk about how Tae Joo’s adjusting to old-school crime investigation as all of us try to figure out just what is going on here. Continue reading
The Let’s Eat crew is back……or should I say Yoon Doo Joon is back for a third installment of the Let’s Eat franchise. This time playing opposite Baek Jin Hee who, I assume, will also find great joy in eating food. Sigh. There is a formula they have to follow after all. Continue reading
Jung Kyung-Ho is back and looking sexier than ever in a dazzling brown leather jacket. Yes, I know this is a super important drama about time travel, ethically finding killers, and justice. But we need need to focus on the important parts. Sexy Jung Kyung Ho. So come join me as I share my top 6 moments from episode 1 Life on Mars (hint… Jung Kyung Ho’s style might be the star of my recaps.) Continue reading
Will robots be the new personality disorder or amnesia of the Kdrama world? It certainly worked for I’m Not a Robot for these fangirls, but can it work without Yoo Seung Ho’s dreamy smile? Read on to discover our first impressions and unfiltered thoughts. You know we mean totally unfiltered, right?
Not much changed in this episode. Secretary Kim is still quitting. Her handsome boss is still freaking out. And the show is still hitting a sweet spot. Let’s talk about why.
Every now and then we find a screenwriter who blows us away with their talent. I consider Lee Soo Yeon to be that type of writer. Coming off her huge hit Stranger (Forest of Secrets) she is back with another suspenseful drama titled Life. And judging from the teaser we are in for another intricate and suspenseful ride. Continue reading
Wait! What’s that sweet smell? Like fresh, fudgy brownies coming hot out of the oven?
Yes! It’s a romantic comedy! A real one! Not a legal drama or a supernatural story with romance woven through it. What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim (Why Secretary Kim) is a genuine, honest-to-goodness, squeeworthy, romantic comedy. And I am sooooooooooo happy. Continue reading