A ton and a half of hidden gold, a psychopathic CEO in charge of a corrupt company, and a convicted murderer dying of cancer – now throw in a mafia consigliere (advisor to the boss) who gets caught up in the whole thing and you have the captivating Kdrama Vincenzo. Vincenzo Cassano’s mother left him … Continue reading Vincenzo
The second perfect ten of 2021 goes to a heartwarming drama called Navillera (which means “like a butterfly”). It turned out to be so much more than I expected! I’ll never be able to listen to the music from Swan Lake again without fighting back a tear. After his dear friend passes away, never having … Continue reading Navillera
As I neared the end of Sisyphus: The Myth I instinctively mumbled something under my breath, a word I had heard my dad utter hundreds of times while I was growing up, “screwy.” This fantasy drama has superb characters, amazing CGI, excellent special effects, wonderful acting, a fantastic villain, and a suspenseful plot, all nestled … Continue reading Sisyphus: The Myth
I haven’t seen a really great time travel show in quite a while and, unfortunately, after watching Must You Go? that statement is still true. Present:Min Yoo-Jung’s life is turned upside down when she meets an obviously delusional young man named Park Yoon who claims he is a famous musician from the Joseon era. After … Continue reading Must You Go?
It took a little while for me to become completely submerged in Mr. Queen but once it happened I really enjoyed the show. It’s a historical/fantasy/mystery/comedy drama that completely pulls off the strange-sounding combination-genre while superbly dishing out a 20 episode dose of pure entertainment. Jang Bong-Hwan, the egotistical head chef at the Blue House, … Continue reading Mr. Queen