Beauty Inside Chatty Recap: Week Two

Beauty Inside came out of the gate pretty strong its first week. Did the second week hold up? Join The Fangirls as we chat about our gorgeous leads, fun side characters, and the conundrum of people insisting you’ve changed when all you want to do is stay the same. Continue reading

First Teaser for The Beauty Within

 

I need my heart to calm down, Lee Min Ki is about to be back on my screen with a new drama! We have the first teaser for The Beauty Within, and obviously, I’m pretty excited about this.

Synopsis from AsianWiki: Han Se-Kye (Seo Hyun-Jin) is a top actress. She is known as a troublemaker and the object of many rumors. Her life is a mystery, but, in reality, she suffers from an unusual phenomenon. At a certain point every month, her appearance changes to a different person. She lives one week out of every month with a different appearance. Han Se-Kye meets Seo Do-Jae (Lee Min-Ki). Seo Do-Jae is an executive at an airline company. He seems perfect with an attractive appearance and possessing smarts, but he suffers from an inability to recognize faces. He hides this disability and tries hard to memorize people by their habits and mannerisms. The only person’s face that he is able to recognize is Han Se-Kye. By meeting her, his life changes.

This drama is based on a movie with the same name. I really liked the movie and I’m interested to see how they handle this in a longer format. Are you excited for this drama to start? Mark your calendars for September 17th, I’ve already marked mine!

Until Next Time,

Clkytta

Dramas With a Side of Kimchi

 

Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim Tries to Entice With Stellar Cast and Teaser

.;a2.pngThis show has so many actors that I truly enjoy, there is only one problem with it…..It is a medical drama.  Long time readers know that this is not my favorite genre.  In fact, the only genres I dislike more are Lawyer shows and reunited divorced couples.  Why can’t Chillbongie choose a show I really want to watch?  I am beginning to worry that I don’t like him as much as Reply 1994 convinced me I did. Continue reading