If the writer had at least been consistent One More Time (aka The Day After We Broke Up) would have been confusing at best. Unfortunately, this show is just a jumbled mess. Sadly, even though Kim Myung-Soo’s acting is really good and the soundtrack is excellent, this 2016 eight half-hour episode Netflix original just made … Continue reading One More Time
A boss with facial blindness falls in love with a rich socialite who is really his own secretary in the romance comedy with a mysterious twist, The Secret Life of My Secretary. After an accident that almost claims his life leaves Director Do Min-Ik with prosopagnosia (facial blindness), he realizes he’ll have to hide his … Continue reading The Secret Life of My Secretary
Politicians have often been thought of as conmen, but Assemblyman-wannabe Yang Jung-Kook really is one. Blackmailed into running for a seat in the Assembly, master swindler Jung-Kook has to win the election or he and his police officer wife will end up dead. Watch the political mishaps of this expert conman in the new Kdrama … Continue reading My Fellow Citizens!
This drama is one of those shows I was unable to see before DramaFever closed its site but, thanks to good ol’ Viki.com picking it up, I can now check it off my list. Miss Hammurabi is thumbs up A+ entertainment with a few feel good messages hidden inside and my favorite law genre Kdrama … Continue reading Miss Hammurabi
If you need a break from love stories and are in the mood for something heavy and dark, OCN’s done it again. Kill It is a fast-paced, 12 episode Kdrama filled to the brim with the evil side of humanity. Heart & Seoul’s main goal has always been to give you enough information about a … Continue reading Kill It
Colleagues at work know Sung Deok-Mi as the talented head curator of the Cheum Museum of Art. Only her two best friends know she is a dedicated, true-blue Cha Shi-An fangirl. Her Private Life is an excellent Kdrama based on the novel Noona Dot Com written by Kim Sung-Yeon. For years Sung Deok-Mi has been … Continue reading Her Private Life
While browsing through my Viki.com queue, I came across The Crowned Clown and, not having watched a serious historical drama in quite a long time (I think My Sassy Girl, just shy of two years ago, was the last serious full-length ancient history drama I had seen), decided to give it a try and ended … Continue reading The Crowned Clown