What to Watch if You Liked Start Up

In my ongoing quest to recommend dramas by their writers rather than their actors, I knew I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to explore more of what writer Park Hye Ryun has to offer. She is SO VERY SKILLED at tying together warm characters and tight plots that I find myself entertained every time I watch. And look at Start Up! Kim Seon Ho shot onto the A-list because of the drama, as have other Park Hye Ryun second leads. Come see what else you should watch if you liked Start Up.

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First Impression: Start-Up

I am here to admit for the entire Kimchi clan that we did NOT do our job with upcoming dramas and realizing that writer Park Hye Ryun had a new drama coming out. In our defense, October has been the dramapalooza of drama months. We also missed the fact that she teamed up with her While You Were Sleeping director for this one. As penance, we are prepared to share with you ALL the pretty screen shots we can for our first impression.

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Top 5 Kpop MVs: Favorite OST MVs

I’ve only been watching dramas for a little over three years, but three years was more than enough time to learn just how memorable OST songs could be. There are a LOT of songs from dramas that have landed on my playlists during that time! Here are 5 from my first dramas that have stuck with me — and you can definitely look forward to more in the future. Read on and see if any of these songs have made your playlists.

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First Impressions & Unfiltered Thoughts: Romance Is A Bonus Book

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.

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Legal Action in Kdramas: A Comparative Look at the Korean Justice System

Have you ever watched a Korean drama and wondered about the courtroom scenes? Why are some judges so young? Why do prosecutors seem more like investigators? Where are the juries? Why does it seem like the judge is interrupting with questions instead of letting the attorneys present their cases? Well, Kdrama Jen is here to answer your questions! Come along as we chat about Korea’s judicial system and how it relates to our favorite dramas!

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