Netflix has begun airing the highly anticipated Lee Jong Suk drama, Romance Is A Bonus Book. Since Lee Jong Suk will be beginning his military service soon, it’s time to start preparing for his absence. Read on to see if the Fangirls think this drama will carry us through until his return or if we will be sticking to repeat viewings of our Lee Jong Suk favorites.Continue reading
It has been a crazy twisty ride, but we finally have reached the end of the W the webtoon as well as the end of our drama. Did we have a satisfying conclusion to our favorite dimension traveling OTP (One True Pairing)? Or were they tragically torn apart by a cruel multi-world fate? Come join Kmuse & Drama Geek as they say their final thoughts about the show and give their favorite drama a fond farewell recap. Continue reading
We are soooo close to the end. The rules have been established, erased, reset, thrown out the window, and drawn again. Who thinks that when that final hour comes to an end this writer will probably throw up a To Be Continued just for funsies?
It is a crazy W-Two Worlds train ride this hour as Webtoon Dad and Kang Chul come together to achieve the unthinkable…… OK, it’s not really unthinkable since I am pretty sure everyone and their blind cat could see the broad strokes of this plot line…… but they come together to achieve things, and that is what is important. Continue reading
We are heading into the home stretch and it looks like it’s going to be a skid to the finish instead of a nice canter. Which is exactly what I expect from this writer. I am also trying to skid to the finish in my personal life with a writing deadline so this is going to be a mini recap.
I know that there are those of you out there who have decided this drama just got too complicated for its own britches. This fangirl is not one of those viewers. With only four more episodes to go, I am completely enthralled with how the writer is continuing to create new and interesting plots. So come join me as I wax poetic about our new and improved Kang Chul and his brilliant plan to get his cake and eat it too. Continue reading
It’s Captain Yeon Joo to the rescue!!! Again. She is the only person left that can save both her father and her husband. Oh, yeah, and probably the fabric of reality too. When the bad guy is in control of the world you live in, what do you do? You lock up the instrument of his destruction. Continue reading
It is an intense hour where the rules of the two worlds shift yet again. This time for the worst where our hero and heroine are concerned. But from a narrative standpoint, it is fascinating. We find out what happens when the bad guys get control of the story and use this loophole to change the game. Continue reading
Holy Batman, people. I think I need a moment. Or maybe a hundred to recover from that ending. This episode is all about reminding us of what Yeon Joo had and what she lost. In my drama watching career I’ve seen a lot of resets. Some due to amnesia, some to a tricky thing called time travel. They’re almost always painful because the world never seems to be kind about them. One person is left in the know. And if you know what was, but no one else does, it can make you not only sad but leaves you feeling extremely isolated. Thankfully, Yeon Joo has Soo Bong, but I’m not sure he’s enough to help her through this. And just like our tricky friend time travel, it appears that manhwa travel can be just as relentless. Continue reading
Holy unexpected plot twist! I even knew a few of the events were coming from the small preview at the end of last weeks episode and I was still floored when everything started to unfold. Who knew that being a formless killer could be so flipping terrifying. Which is why this recap is going to be all about our mysterious big bad…..with a few references to our OTP (One True Pairing), because really, they are too adorable to ignore. Continue reading