Wednesday 3:30 PM

If you’re in the mood for a light, romantic drama, that’s not very long, I suggest Wednesday 3:30 PM. I’m not saying that’s when you should start watching a show, it’s actually the title of this drama. To quote Sun Eun-Woo, “According to the British Journal Daily Mail which did extensive research on modern lifestyles, it’s … Continue reading Wednesday 3:30 PM

My Sassy Girl

If you are hoping this drama is a remake of the 2001 film My Sassy Girl, starring Jun Ji-Hyun and Cha Tae-Hyun, only set in ancient times, you’re in for a sorry awakening. I saw the movie they claim the drama is based on and, to me, other than the title, there are no similarities whatsoever. … Continue reading My Sassy Girl

Suspicious Partner

If you’re thinking of skipping this show because a 40 episode drama sounds too time consuming, worry no more. Each episode is only 30 minutes long so it’s really like watching a regular 20 hour one. I’ve written 33 reviews so far this year and, in my opinion, as of right now, Suspicious Partner comes in right … Continue reading Suspicious Partner

Duel

Synonyms for duel include: fight, battle, combat, and contend. The definition for dual is: having two like parts. Although OCN’s new sci fi thriller is about the fight (duel) between good and evil, three of its main characters do, indeed, have like parts – the drama is Duel. While Officer Jang Deuk-Cheon is with his ill … Continue reading Duel

Second to Last Love

The most appealing thing about Second to Last Love is its characters. They’re nice, friendly, neighborly folks who are easy to care about. Their lives are fairly realistic, filled with happiness, trials, failures, and love. This quote, from the end of the drama, sums up the whole thing very well, “Some get married, some live together … Continue reading Second to Last Love

Whisper

Evil, corruption, greed, cover ups, blackmail, fear, lies, power – all the makings of a riveting, fast paced Kdrama entitled Whisper. “In hell, sinners get punished. Hell is much fairer than this world.” – Lee Dong-Joon When a reporter is murdered, in an attempt to stop him from releasing information, Officer Shin Young-Joo’s father, also … Continue reading Whisper