Jasper Liu and Lee Seung Gi go on the ultimate bromance tour of Asia in order to meet their fans and we can’t get enough. Join Kmuse & Kdrama Jen as the fall in love with the new variety show Twogether.Continue reading
We have a couple of hard-hitting dramas starting soon. Come check out what’s starting and let us know what you’ll be watching!Continue reading
Join Kmuse & Clkytta as they continue their jump into Filipino cinema and review the Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Barnedo classic film Barcelona: A Love Untold.Continue reading
Do you want a short drama that keeps you on your toes the whole time? What if I told you that it had a strong female character and a trinity of hot guys vying for her attention? Ok, you are now prepped and ready to watch The Ghost Bride. Come see what we thought of it!Continue reading
There’s a new Taiwanese drama coming to Netflix on January 23rd, and it looks completely intriguing. A little bit mystery, a little bit horror, a little bit comedy, and maybe even some romance? I’m in!Continue reading
Those of you who follow the blog and podcast know that we are big Jasper Liu fans. So it comes as no surprise that we are very excited about his new Netflix original, Triad Princess. But it is Eugenie Liu that steals the scene as the mafia daughter turned star’s bodyguard.Continue reading
Lee Seung Gi. Bae Suzy. Shin Sung Rok. Netflix. September 20th. Do you really need to know any more??
If you do, watch this teaser!
And in case you need a reminder like I did, here’s the plot description again:
“Cha Dal-gun (Lee Seung-gi) becomes an awakened tiger in the face of his nephew’s death in a mysterious plane crash. As an orphan himself, he had raised his nephew single-handedly in place of his brother who had passed on. Triggered by the large-scale cover up of the incident, he sets off on a journey to discover the truth. Go Hae-ri (Bae Suzy) is the eldest daughter of a marine who died during an operation. She has always wanted to be a normal civil servant to support her family, but life had other plans and she ends up as a National Intelligence Service (NIS) agent. Their lives intertwine as they discover a tangled web of corruption behind the plane crash. “
I’m totally and completely in! What about you, k-fans?
The latest drama to be adapted from a US show has hit the airways and for once it is actually being subbed. Which means we can check out Designated Survivor: 60 Days and see how they adapted the underling to president story line for an Asian viewer. So come find out if it is worth watching as I share my first impressions and unfiltered thoughts.Continue reading
It is always exciting when Asian actors get to take the leads in Western movies. And since that is pretty rare we like to spread the love far and wide. So join us as we review Netflix’s latest romantic comedy Always Be My Maybe!Continue reading
Do you love zombies? Do you love kdramas? Then Netflix’s Korean drama Kingdom is tailor made for you. Come find out if it was worth the hype or if this is an easy skip.Continue reading