I was really looking forward to watching When Time Stopped for a few reasons… First and foremost it stars Kim Hyun-Joong and this is his first drama since returning from his mandatory military assignment. Second, it looked like it was categorized as a romance drama and I haven’t seen a really great love story since … Continue reading When Time Stopped
I was slightly disappointed in the romantic ghost drama Lovely Horribly. I loved Park Si-Hoo in Neighborhood Hero and Song Ji-Hyo was great in Emergency Couple so the two starring opposite each other sounded promising. But, although they were both good they weren’t able to make up for the just-okay storyline. According to shaman Kim … Continue reading Lovely Horribly
Ji Sung and time travel – two luscious ingredients for a perfect Kdrama. Who could ask for anything better? The show is called Familiar Wife (aka Wife I Know) and for the first few episodes it seemed like it was going to be a repeat of Go Back Couple but then it went its own … Continue reading Familiar Wife
Do you think it would be possible for a robot to head a division of a huge conglomerate? What do you think the chances are that a robot could pass for being human? How likely do you think it would be for a person to fall in love with a robot? First answer those three … Continue reading Are You Human Too?
Someone once asked me, “If you could travel back through time and kill Adolf Hitler while he was still an infant, would you do it?” Well, the drama Sketch makes us think about things like that. Cause and effect. “If you knew someone was about to commit a crime could you kill a person in … Continue reading Sketch
Seen any good romantic Kdramas recently? Well, I have and it’s About Time – literally, that’s the name of the show. Ever since she was a little girl Choi Michaela has been able to see people’s life clock. In some instances it has been a blessing – she’s been able to offer comfort to those … Continue reading About Time
For pretty close to a year now I’ve wanted to see the Kdrama entitled Black solely because it stars Song Seung-Heon, one of my favorite actors. However, because it was being shown internationally through Netflix, of which I was not a subscriber, Black was out of my reach. But recently, in wanting to support Heart … Continue reading Black