At least once a year this inevitably happens. I start watching a Korean crime drama and get so pissed off at police stupidity that I start searching elsewhere for my crime trope fix. Sure enough, I started Criminal Minds and within an hour I was yelling, “Nope, nope, nope.” and searching for something else. Just so happens that my all time Japanese bias had released a crime drama earlier in the year and it was completely subbed! It is amazing the things you miss when you actually have real life interfering with drama addiction. But in this case, it is a great surprise since I can now binge the heck out of Oguri Shun’s newest show Crisis. And that, of course, means writing a blog post to try and encourage all of my amazing readers to give it a try with me. Drama enabling is alive and well here at DWASOK. Continue reading
I am so conflicted. Some of my favorite dramas are coming out with sequels and my interest is conflicted. On one point, I love that my favorite shows were so good that they deserve a 2nd look. The problem is that often, sequals are made just to get more money and not necessarily to promote talented storytelling. So lets take a moment to check out what is coming up and my feelings for each project. Continue reading
Life has been crazy busy lately and I am so sorry regarding the delay in my recaps. So in order to play catch up I am giving you episode 5 the abridged version. Luckily this episode was slow on the mass murder side of things and heavy in the moral decision-making which will allow me to breeze through so you and I can move onward. Continue reading
In this episode, our Ouroboros boys continue their quest to find Sensai’s killers (as usual.) We also have another serial killer (as usual.) But this time we get to see Tatsuya cosplay a policeman (SQUEEEE) which might make this my favorite moment since the bathhouse scene. Oguri Shun truly looks good ALWAYS. The guy can do no wrong. So let’s jump into the mysteries that surround our boys present and past and enjoy all the pretty eye candy while we do it. Continue reading
I might be having a bit of a fangirl meltdown as I realize that two of my all time favorite Manga/Anime are being made into live action movies. Now if I can only pray them into the Portland theaters so I can watch them on the big screen life would be perfect. But even if I have to wait for them to be available online I am still in full fangirl mode. Continue reading
Episode 3 continues to dole out the awesome bromance as well as a hefty dose of detective work as our double dragons delve deeper into the mystery of who killed their Sensai. But twenty-year-old mysteries are hard enough to solve without all of their leads ending up dead.
We had great progress this episode as we watched our two dragons fight against society’s concepts of forgiveness and what it means to stay on the right path. Especially when the right path seems to be littered with those killed or hurt by society’s worst scum. It makes our anti-heroes question their vigilante motivation and makes us viewers wonder if our leads are really heroes, or only more of society’s drudges. We also get some very appreciated fan service, via a bath house scene, which helps a lot in distracting us from the fact that we are rooting for murderers. Continue reading
Murders, vigilante justice, sexy anti-heroes, Ouroboros has it all. Which is why I have been inspired to recap this must watch action Japanese drama. Come join me as we enter the dark world of cops and criminals in an effort to find true justice.
It’s that time of year again where everyone on social media throws out their lists of what they are thankful for. Usually, I am too busy watching dramas and blogging to bother with it. But this year one of my kbesties, Kdrama Jen, sent me a message that she wanted to do a Drama themed Thanksgiving post and so here we are.