[New Drama] A Man and a Woman Meet as They Work to Change Their Lives in "Wealthy Son"
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[New Drama] Park Shin-hye Considers Melo "Yeowoo Gaksibyeol"
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[New Drama] "Dog, Witch, and Me" Brings Together a Cranky Cellist, a Pup, and a Vet
"Dog, Witch, and Me" caught my eye for three reasons: Jang Nara whom I love; a dog is a main chara,...More
I have finally reached a week when I can only fit about 2/3 of the news into my piece, but quality over quantity is what I live for. Well, when I manage to stop myself from rambling, that is. Today I take a look at the lovely romance of "Shall We Kiss First" and give a nice final cheer for "Mother - Drama", which is starting this upcoming week...More
I have been wondering when the "Argon" team would experience a greater crisis involving the massive responsibility of reporters in life and death matters, and the series has delivered. Something very dire happens and everyone has to handle the cost. Hye-rin is trying to make do with the decision forced on her and Yeon-hwa still struggles to find her place and her own voice. Meanwhile, Baek-jin makes a very important decision...More
A-i (played by Yoo Eun-mi) is a precocious middle school student still coping with the death of her grandmother. By chance, A-i and her mother Jeong-hee (played by Myung Se-bin) go to a small soybean paste stew restaurant across the street from their apartment. Jeong-hee notes that the singular dish prepared by proprietor Gi-bok (played by Lee Chun-hee) is nearly identical to the one prepared by her departed mother. From there, A-i is relentless in trying to discover Gi-bok's recipe...More
You can love or hate the remakes of Korean drama, but they are here to stay and they have the potential to evolve into solid works of their own. Choosing a critically acclaimed Japanese drama to do an adaptation of is not an easy decision, but "Mother - Drama" has a lot going for it. Will this manage to meet the great potential it has built up so far...More
The family at the heart of "Happy Bus Day" is highly dysfunctional. I don't mean that they're quirky eccentrics, I mean that most of them simply are not fit to mingle with normal human society as we know it. Their emotions range on a spectrum from blithe apathy to psychotic overreaction. The sole sane character is Sun-young (played by Kim Sun-young-III) who tries her best to be a normal housewife but is stymied by the sheer antisocial weirdness that is the household she married into...More
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