Judge vs. Judge

Versus (abbreviated vs.) means to go against or compete; the football game this week is Army vs. Navy. But it also means compared to; the texture of frozen yogurt vs. ice cream. When I first saw the title of this drama, Judge vs. Judge, I expected it to be a rivalry between a male and … Continue reading Judge vs. Judge

Misty

Simply put – I did not like this drama. To be fair, there’s nothing really wrong with the show, I just didn’t like the characters – not a single one of them. I thought they were tremendously pathetic and wouldn’t have wanted to know any of them in real life. For me, Misty was just … Continue reading Misty

Evergreen

To me, OCN is synonymous with dark, violent, unsettling (yet very good) Korean dramas, but that is changing quite rapidly. I remember how pleasantly surprised I was when I found out My Secret Romance had been broadcast on OCN. A romantic comedy on OCN? Yep. It was their first, and absolutely wonderful. Well, once again … Continue reading Evergreen

Radio Romance

I really had high hopes for Radio Romance. Although Kim So-Hyun’s not on my favorites list, she is a very good actress and I was excited to see her take on an adult roll. Also, the story being set among the backdrop of radio broadcasting was an original idea that sounded interesting to me. But, … Continue reading Radio Romance

Return

Return‘s antagonists reminded me a bit of the ones in Golden Cross and Reset. The horrible bad guys are nothing short of evil scum who have no business sharing the planet with decent, normal folks. I am definitely one who believes in repentance and second chances but this show clearly points out the fact that … Continue reading Return