Suspicious Partner

If you’re thinking of skipping this show because a 40 episode drama sounds too time consuming, worry no more. Each episode is only 30 minutes long so it’s really like watching a regular 20 hour one. I’ve written 33 reviews so far this year and, in my opinion, as of right now, Suspicious Partner comes in right … Continue reading Suspicious Partner

Duel

Synonyms for duel include: fight, battle, combat, and contend. The definition for dual is: having two like parts. Although OCN’s new sci fi thriller is about the fight (duel) between good and evil, three of its main characters do, indeed, have like parts – the drama is Duel. While Officer Jang Deuk-Cheon is with his ill … Continue reading Duel

Whisper

Evil, corruption, greed, cover ups, blackmail, fear, lies, power – all the makings of a riveting, fast paced Kdrama entitled Whisper. “In hell, sinners get punished. Hell is much fairer than this world.” – Lee Dong-Joon When a reporter is murdered, in an attempt to stop him from releasing information, Officer Shin Young-Joo’s father, also … Continue reading Whisper

Queen of Mystery

The biggest mystery in the Kdrama Queen of Mystery is: where did the ending go? Ten minutes before the end of episode 16 I thought, “If they don’t hurry, this show’s going to have one of those abrupt endings I hate.” Well, I was wrong. They didn’t hurry and, surprisingly, the ending wasn’t abrupt… because it wasn’t … Continue reading Queen of Mystery

Tunnel

Tunnel. Not since Nine: Nine Times Time Travel have I enjoyed a time travel drama so much. Tomorrow With You was very good but lacked the nail-biting suspense held by the other two. We get to watch, sitting on the edge of our seat, as Detective Park Kwang-Ho chases a serial killer suspect 30 years into … Continue reading Tunnel

Dr. Frost

Dr. Frost.  Sounds like the bad guy in a kids’ cartoon, doesn’t it?  Well, it’s actually a ten hour/episode Kdrama about a university psychologist who often helps the police with their crime investigations.  Some of the cases link together, connecting into the sub-plot which spans four episodes (not all in consecutive order) while others begin … Continue reading Dr. Frost