I have been in a tiny bit of a drama slump the last week or two. Which means I am desperately searching the upcoming dramas for something that is going to pull me back into my addiction. Confession looks like it might be that kind of drama.Continue reading
Am I alone in thinking that the upcoming drama Kill It just continues to look better and better? This week, we finally get a glimpse of our determined detective played by idol turned actress Nana and I have to say that she does not disappoint!Continue reading
Almost three years ago audiences were enchanted with the story of a cute and bubbly actress and her immortal boyfriend hijinks. That drama was My Amazing Boyfriend (Find the Review HERE) and I loved it. So imagine my delight when the long awaited sequel was finally announced to be airing. There is only one problem……….Continue reading
Ah, what a way to start off the New Year!
There is just something about the swelling music of a sports-themed film/drama that gets my heart pumping. Watching the teaser for upcoming Dance themed drama, aptly named, Just Dance is no different. Continue reading
I have to admit, when I found out that Park Shin Hye was cast for Memories of the Alhambra, I was not terribly excited for this drama, even though I really like Hyun Bin and the story sounded interesting. THEN I WATCHED THIS TRAILER. The colors, the graphics, the plot potential — I’m in now!!
Oh, I have been waiting for Park Bo Gum to grace my screen again, and the teasers for Encounter do not disappoint. We usually reserve the term “mane of glory” for the sageuk and historical locks, but Park Bo Gum just owns this look. It is not hard to imagine someone being tempted, perhaps longing, for an “encounter.”
We get our first glimpse at webtoon turned drama Feel Good to Die starring Kang Ji Hwan (Children of a Lesser God) & Baek Jin Hee (Jugglers) today. And I might be excited….maybe? Continue reading
Autumn is a time for relaxing and catching up on a good mystery. Something about this time of year is just perfect for sitting back and being a couch detective. My fellow fangirls know I am obsessed with Agatha Christie. I even own a The Body in the Library tee shirt. So when a Korean version of an Agatha Christie mystery popped up on the list, of course, I got very excited. After all, it’s combining two of my favorite things kdramas, and Agatha Christie stories.
I don’t know about the rest of you, but I’ve been in a deep drama drought. That’s all about to end though, and the one I’m the most excited for is The Smile Has Left Your Eyes. In just a few short weeks, on September 26th, Seo In Guk, Jung So MIn, and Park Sung Woong will be keeping us in suspense in what the teasers are describing as a “mystery melo”. The fangirls will be recapping this one, which I’m sure you already guessed since Kmuse’s love for Seo In Guk is legendary. Continue reading