If you were in the mood for a warm, romantic Kdrama and came across one entitled Come and Hug Me you may just snap your fingers while thinking, “That’s the one!” The title alone suggests a sweet, endearing love story and the promotional poster looks so romantic – a man and a woman looking longingly … Continue reading Come and Hug Me
Want some free dating advice? Then turn on The Undateables, sit back, and take notes. The drama is chock full of great relationship information served up in an enjoyably romantic way by likeable characters that we want to see succeed in love. “Love is not something that you do. It’s something you fall into.” – … Continue reading The Undateables
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
In 2013 Jung Kyung-Yoon wrote and published the web novel Why Secretary Kim which was serialized into a comic just two years later, and now you can see those characters come to life in the romantic Kdrama What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim. Kim Mi-So has been Lee Young-Jon’s faithful secretary for the past nine years … Continue reading What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim
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
You’re going to have to gear up emotionally in order to watch My Mister (aka My Ahjussi). It’s hours of gut wrenching depression, one of those shows that makes you feel hopeless for the whole of humanity, UNTIL just a few minutes before the ending, an ending that cheers you on, encouraging a tiny shred … Continue reading My Mister