One of the most valuable lessons I’ve learned as a kdrama watcher is which writers and PDs I can trust. Why not the actors? They don’t always have control over the projects they choose, and they don’t always know how a series is going to end. Read on to learn more!Continue reading
There are so many types of sibling relationships in Asian dramas and we are determined to chat about some of the best. Come join us as we discuss both new and classic dramas as we attempt to vote for the best siblings in Dramaland.Continue reading →
WOOT! It is finally time to chat about everyone’s ultimate bias (or at least mine) Seo In Guk. And since he has been declared the King of Kissing it is only right that we delve way deep into his filmography and decide which of his kisses is actually the #1 kiss. So join The Fangirls as they battle it out over Seo In Guk smooches!Continue reading →
Have you ever watched a Korean drama and wondered about the courtroom scenes? Why are some judges so young? Why do prosecutors seem more like investigators? Where are the juries? Why does it seem like the judge is interrupting with questions instead of letting the attorneys present their cases? Well, Kdrama Jen is here to answer your questions! Come along as we chat about Korea’s judicial system and how it relates to our favorite dramas!
It’s not often that I let people make decisions for me. I may be the DWASOK Maknae, but in real life I’m the oldest in my family AND the mother of four children. So, you see, usually *I* am the one making the decisions.
But I have NO REGRETS. Oh, you guys, ZERO REGRETS. I loved Reply 1997/Answer Me 1997. I loved it so much I accidentally had a marathon! Thankfully, I had a day with very few obligations and the kids are more than old enough to fend for themselves — and to feed me. 😀 Yeah, I’m that kind of mom. Continue reading →