Wind-Bell

There’s a short webdrama called Wind-Bell that teaches us about love, forgiveness, and family. Although it’s lessons are excellent, the show itself is only mediocre. Short and sweet – the story is about an award-winning author named Daniel who was born in South Korea, adopted and taken to America as a young boy, and is … Continue reading Wind-Bell

Nightmare Teacher

I wanted to find a spooky yet short Kdrama for you to watch Halloween night as you waited for trick-or-treaters to ring your doorbell. Nightmare Teacher (aka Nightmare High) sounded like it would be perfect – 12 episodes each about 15 minutes a piece and the word “nightmare” was right there in the title. However, … Continue reading Nightmare Teacher

The Great Show

Song Seung-Heon has proven many times over he’s more than just a gorgeous man who is completely worthy of his Hallyu Star title for pulling off sincere, deep drama (such as his performances in Autumn in My Heart, Summer Scent, Dr. Jin, When a Man Loves, and Black). However, watching the political Kdrama The Great … Continue reading The Great Show

At Eighteen

At Eighteen (aka Moment of Eighteen) isn’t just a teenage love story. This drama hits home as a call for each of us to strive to be our better self. After being forced to transfer schools, when he voluntarily took the blame for something he didn’t do, eighteen year old Choi Joon-Woo decides to be … Continue reading At Eighteen

Class of Lies

This drama reminded me of an onion. You know how when you’re peeling an onion there’s the outside layer and then another layer and another and another? Well, Class of Lies (aka Mr. Temporary) has layer upon layer of deceit, lies, and evil the likes of which I haven’t seen in quite some time. Figuring … Continue reading Class of Lies