The Wind Blows

If you are what people would refer to as tender-hearted, or if you are close to anyone suffering through the horrors of a loved one drifting away due to that horrendous disease known as Alzheimer’s, you might want to rethink your decision to watch The Wind Blows. This show came close to ripping my heart … Continue reading The Wind Blows

Dazzling

I was simply captivated with Dazzling (aka Radiant, aka The Light in Your Eyes) right up until the end of the tenth episode which left me dazed and confused. “What?” I asked myself. Then going on to episode 11 I thought, “Ohhhhhh, so…” – and then the minute the show ended I wanted to start … Continue reading Dazzling

Room No. 9

Bad guys all over the place. Greed, power, and prestige- it seemed like anyone would do anything for just a little more than what they had. Just what exactly happens in Room No. 9? When prison inmate Jang Hwa-Sa collapses from a heart attack during a consultation visit with Attorney Eulji Hae-Yi, Doctor Ki Yoo-Jin … Continue reading Room No. 9

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

My Mister

You’re going to have to gear up emotionally in order to watch My Mister (aka My Ahjussi). It’s hours of gut wrenching depression, one of those shows that makes you feel hopeless for the whole of humanity, UNTIL just a few minutes before the ending, an ending that cheers you on, encouraging a tiny shred … Continue reading My Mister