Spark

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

Wind-Bell

There’s a short webdrama called Wind-Bell that teaches us about love, forgiveness, and family. Although it’s lessons are excellent, the show itself is only mediocre. Short and sweet – the story is about an award-winning author named Daniel who was born in South Korea, adopted and taken to America as a young boy, and is … Continue reading Wind-Bell

Nightmare Teacher

I wanted to find a spooky yet short Kdrama for you to watch Halloween night as you waited for trick-or-treaters to ring your doorbell. Nightmare Teacher (aka Nightmare High) sounded like it would be perfect – 12 episodes each about 15 minutes a piece and the word “nightmare” was right there in the title. However, … Continue reading Nightmare Teacher

Part-Time Idol

Because I consider myself a Kpop fan, when I ran across a short webdrama called Part-Time Idol (aka Temporary Idol) I just couldn’t pass it up. Jung Tae-Kyung, a legendary producer who helped pave the way for Kpop, just has that special something that helps him find and cultivate amazing talent. He was responsible for … Continue reading Part-Time Idol