While browsing through my webdrama list, I decided to watch a two-hour drama special entitled To. Jenny. Although the show obviously catered to the teenage crowd, I enjoyed it anyway. Although Park Jung-Min is an amazingly talented songwriter, lyricist, musician, and singer, a humiliating experience during an assembly in high school left him terrified to … Continue reading To. Jenny
There’s nothing really wrong with Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol, it just wasn’t as wow as I had expected it to be. Near the end, I thought it had kind of redeemed itself but then… nope. Now, please don’t get me wrong, Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol is a sweet, enjoyable … Continue reading Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol
“Music exists only when the people who will listen to it exists.” – from Do You Like Brahms? The most important thing about Do You Like Brahms? is its characters. The plot is simple – six adults wrestle with the joys and heartaches that life and love have to offer. Just before Chae Song-Ah was … Continue reading Do You Like Brahms?
If you have 80 minutes to spare let me recommend a fun, little, romantic webdrama released this year (2020) entitled Mute. Kang Han-Na possesses the uncanny ability to hear the thoughts of the person she’s in love with. Only minutes after meeting Je-Won she is amazed when she is able to hear inside his head, … Continue reading Mute
I have always thought of these reviews as a helpful hint thrown your way to aid in your decision about what Korean drama you may want to spend your precious time on. However, I may be writing this a bit prematurely because the jury’s still out on how I feel about A Piece of Your … Continue reading A Piece of Your Mind