"Goblin" to Hold Highest First Episode Viewer Ratings for a tvN Drama
tvN's new drama, "Goblin" shows hope for a viewer rating record with its first episode,...More
"The Legend of the Blue Sea" Hits 25.23% Viewer Ratings with Lee Min-ho's Confession
SBS drama, "The Legend of the Blue Sea" set another record during Lee Min-ho's confession scene,...More
"Descendants of the Sun" Wins Best Drama Award at the Asian TV Awards
KBS drama, "Descendants of the Sun" has been given the Best Drama Award at the ATA: Asian Televisi,...More
Hybrid cars are sweeping the eco-friendly auto segment in Korea.
In the first 10 months of this year, overall sales of green cars rose by 64 percent on-year to 53,631 units, with hybrids accounting for 94 percent of the sales, or 50,554 units, the Korea Automobile Manufacturers Association said on Sunday...More
After an amazing year, it's about time to take stock of what has come our way in the world Korean entertainment. Vetted directors and actors have churned out great new work...More
If you enjoyed last week's "Student Trials and Flower Knights" piece, welcome to part two! Today I talk more pretty knights and pretty ladies of "Hwarang" and share some goodies from "Solomon's Perjury" as well my thoughts on them. I also share the usual drama news and whine about "Entourage" some more. At least my other show is doing well...More
Korean drama is not too big on the mystery genre or youth series, which means that "Solomon's Perjury" is a combination worth checking out. The series sports a cast of age-appropriate rookies in a story which will paint a less than cheerful holiday season and hopefully provide meaty content through it.
When a junior high student falls to his death, the authorities and school consider it a suicide. After receiving a tip off that the case is a murder, one student decides to lead a school trial and crack the case, going against the school's wishes for a clear wrap up of the incident...More
And so Eun-tak's magical journey of being the Goblin's bride takes her to the mystical far-off country of...Canada. Specifically, Quebec. That's, uh, that's a new one. Which pretty much marks my reaction to every scene transition in "Goblin"- they all encompass very strange ideas that are neither funny, dramatic, or even especially creative. While watching "Goblin" I frequently ask questions like, why does this drama exist? Who is the intended audience?...More
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