“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
I never really have high expectations when I begin a webdrama. The budget can’t compare to a major Kdrama so I know right from the start there won’t be many top actors/actresses, the writer and director won’t have previously worked on anything big, it’s unlikely to have a large soundtrack, and the shorter length will … Continue reading Spark
Inspired by Goethe’s tragic play Faust, When the Devil Calls Your Name is one of the most thought provoking, philosophical dramas I’ve seen in quite some time. The story speaks to our heart, asking for our personal thoughts on mankind’s free will, forcing us to contemplate on the things that are most important to us. … Continue reading When the Devil Calls Your Name