Player

Think of Robin Hood – robbing from the wicked, rich people and giving to the poor but, in the case of Player there’s a little twist, the poor are themselves. Expert con man, Kang Ha-Ri has gathered the best of the best to make up his band of merry men, plus one woman. The little … Continue reading Player

Mr. Sunshine

This historical fiction drama is nothing short of a 10; a really, really big 10 – the first one I’ve given in 2018. I sincerely hope you don’t miss Mr. Sunshine, a Kdrama which is both heart wrenching and uplifting at the same time. Nine year old Choi Yoo-Jin watches as his slave father is … Continue reading Mr. Sunshine

Man to Man

At the end of 2016 I read that Park Hae-Jin was scheduled to be in a kind of bromance Kdrama entitled Man to Man, which was set to be released in the spring of 2017, so I immediately put it on my watch list. Sadly, that’s where it stayed because Netflix had purchased exclusive international … Continue reading Man to Man

Two Cops

This one is a gem, folks. Even though there hasn’t been a lot of hype surrounding it and it didn’t get an outstanding rating on Viki.com, I absolutely loved this show! Get this… a dedicated cop and a swindling conman share much more than just a past in the comedy/crime Kdrama Two Cops. After his … Continue reading Two Cops

Lookout

This drama is good, very good. So good, in fact, I’m baffled as to why there’s not more hype surrounding it. If you like crime/action/thrillers Lookout (aka Guardians) is a definite must see – 100% entertainment. Did I mention it’s good? When the law can’t, or won’t, punish the criminals responsible for the death of … Continue reading Lookout

The K2

In 2014/2015 Ji Chang-Wook kicked some serious bad-guy ass in the action-packed drama Healer.  Lucky for us he’s back, this time as a mercenary turned bodyguard, and once again evil doesn’t stand a chance in The K2.   Betrayed and framed for the murder of his girlfriend in Iraq, an ex-PMC soldier is on the … Continue reading The K2