My fellow drama fans, after what seems like forever, Park Seo Joon is finally back on our small screens – YEAY!! And if you haven’t given his new web-toon based drama a try yet, just know you are missing out! Itaewon Class started out by making me nostalgic for the internationally diverse streets of Itaewon. But it was the roller coaster ride of emotions during the first two hours that has me moving this drama up to the top of my weekly-airing watchlist!Continue reading
This show is fresh, chocolate chip cookies and soft, fuzzy teddy bears and an extra-large box of Valentine’s Day candy all rolled into one. I ❤ it. So much!
HAHAHAHA! I crack myself up. Those shots look like they’re from a very romantic melodrama, but that’s just good editing on my part . . . and a very obliging new trailer. Check it out after the jump and see how What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim DEFINITELY looks like a comedy.
Occasionally, there comes a time when a movie is released that we all want to see . . . and then fangirl about. Midnight Runners just so happens to be one of those movies. Come join The Fangirls as they share their favorite aspects of this delightful film in the latest movie review.
We had some great hottie moments this week. Unfortunately, it was also mixed with a lot of boring politicking filler and awkward incest. So join me as I discuss what I liked and what I wish I could edit out in this week’s Mane of Glory. Continue reading
Hwarang began airing this week and I have thoughts…lots and lots of thoughts. And while I am not sure that we will be doing weekly recaps for this drama I did want to put down some of my initial impressions. Continue reading
Now this is what Hwarang should have been popping out in it’s teasers from the start. Forget trying to create some epic historical full of angst and politicking, all while our leads are stuck wearing buy in bulk wigs…..Sorry, that was never going to really fly for this viewer. I demand bromantic fighting and a huffy historic version of a principal trying to keep them in line instead. That is a drama I can get behind. Continue reading