Jirisan is one of THE MOST anticipated dramas of 2021, and it comes from the famed writer of Kingdom and Signal. We decided we had to give you our thoughts and feelings after watching the first two episodes. We dissect every part of the drama from the writing and the directing to the acting. We of course couldn’t leave out those actions sequences and if they worked for us or not. Let’s see if Jirisan lives up to the hype.Continue reading
There are some dramas that are just perfect for fall weather, when a cool wind is blowing and the night comes earlier and earlier. Jirisan is set in the mountains of Korea, and it’s full of intrigue and heroic people and heightened emotions and all the things that set the Fangirls’ hearts fluttering for an autumnal watch. Come see if it should be on your watchlist!Continue reading
Cho Seung Woo and Park Shin Hye team up for an action-packed time travel thriller. Will there be romance? Will it be between people who aren’t related this time (thanks for the PTSD, Alice)? Can Park Shin Hye pull off action scenes? These are all the burning questions we know you have, and we’re here to answer them for you.Continue reading
Is grumpy old men with an inner soft side, solving crime, your kind of show? If so, then The Chase might be just the movie for you this weekend.Continue reading
Originally I started the new drama, The Cursed, because all of the other Fangirls avoid anything horror related (ahem, Drama Geek here to say I only avoid anything to do with demon possession and the like). I figured this would be a quick first impression and then I could dump it and move on to something else. So, imagine my surprise when it actually turned out to be interesting. Come find out my first impression (mostly shared through random thoughts to avoid spoilers) on The Cursed.Continue reading
In today’s episode everyone is having a bad day, but by the end of it, we have some pretty great bonding moments. We learn that when you’re a cop, the most important thing should be your partner. And for Lt. Oh, that seems to be a lesson that is way overdue. Continue reading
Yup, the wait is almost over. Prison Playbook is finishing its run in South Korea and we are finally going to be able to watch it here in the states. Set your clocks because it is being downloaded on January 24th.
A true-crime enthusiast, Dae Man (Kwon Sang Woo), and a senior detective, Noh (Sung Dong Il), launch a joint investigation when a mutual friend and detective, Joon Soo (Park Hae Joon), is charged with murder. Continue reading