Some time back I watched My Love From Another Star with my thirteen-year-old granddaughter and thought she didn’t like it. But she brought it up to me the other day, and it turns out that although she didn’t like some things I loved about that show, she really enjoyed some things that I didn’t like.
We are all in a state of mourning over DramaFever so I thought I’d give you a bit of hope to get you through your day. Continue reading
Kmuse & Kdrama Jen have been on a massive drama binge and have discovered one of the best Chinese dramas ever! Come join them as they share their top ten reasons you should be watching the political/historical/romantic juggernaut The Rise of the Phoenixes.
Our spooky drama reviews continue with The Fangirls’ take on Train to Busan, starring Gong Yoo. Come listen to see if the zombies were actually scary, if there were any heart-warming moments, and if even horror lightweights can enjoy this movie.
I’m absolutely overwhelmed with all the choices in new dramas this past week. It’s a good time to be a drama fan! But if you’re like me and just can’t squeeze ALL the new shows into your schedule, that also means it’s time for some ‘tough love’. Join Kmuse and me to see if Jang Hyuk’s new drama, Bad Papa, is a worthy contender for your watch list.
I am a snacker, I love to snack while I’m watching my dramas. The problem is, I want to eat what I see on the screen or at least something similar. When you live in an area where there isn’t an Asian market, that’s a real problem. So while I was watching Let’s Eat a few years back, I went on the internet to see what kind of food I could order online. I discovered Snackfever and decided to give them a try. Three years later, I’m still excited to see the box at my door. I got my box this week and thought I’d share this treat with our readers. Continue reading
What would you do if you were asked to fly to a different country to meet a man whose dead girlfriend looked just like you? We get to see what happens in one case. Continue reading
Sometimes a drama rolls around and you watch, you contemplate, and you go to Twitter to live tweet your reactions. Yes, Hand: The Guest (I will just be calling it The Guest for the rest of the post) is that kind of drama. So sit back and enjoy as I search twitter for the best tweets to try and describe my feelings on this drama. Because sometimes what you say while you in the middle of watching turns out to be the most entertaining thing you can say. Continue reading
Are you searching for a classic weekend drama where you hate the evil grandmother and wish everyone was a little less crooked (except for our leading lady Lee Yoo Ri)? Then how about taking a look at the new drama Hide & Seek? Come join me as I give you my first impressions & unfiltered thoughts on the first 8 episodes and why it might not matter that the drama is just OK because Lee Yoo Ri is brilliant. Continue reading
Kdrama Jen and I are back home and checking out the newest Chinese options, which led us to start the martial arts Wuxia drama Fights Break Sphere. And while the title leaves a lot to be desired (so awkward to say!), it is a truly unique drama gem among a sea of historical and harem shows. So come join us as we do our best to convince you to give this quirky drama a chance! Continue reading