A quick rundown for this good slice-of-life drama with a feel-good romantic comedy. Baek Seung Chan (Kim Soo Hyun) is a rookie PD at the Variety department of Korean Broadcasting Station (KBS) where he meets his senior PDs, Ra Joon Mo (Cha Tae Hyun) and Tak Ye Jin (Gong Hyo Jin). On the sixth floor of… Continue reading [KDrama] The Producers
The OSTs for Warm and Cozy (맨도롱 또똣) has MV featuring clips from the drama, and conveniently with subtitles! The songs have trendy, catchy melody and lyrics that matches the characters’s sentiments and emotions. Thank U by K.Will Come a little closer by Hyorin (Sistar) My favorite among others. ^^ Without You by JuB (Sunny Hill) I’ve listened to most… Continue reading [KDrama] Warm and Cozy OST
Yes, I know… it was like two years ago, but I only finished watching it thirteen days ago. I’ve known this drama that year, but I had reasons why I didn’t watched it then. If I’d known the reasons why I had to watch it that year, I wish I did. So anyway, let me… Continue reading [Drama] School 2013
I’ve only watched the first two episodes of the drama School 2015: Who Are You, and so far, its all good. However, this post is biased and for the sake of my weak heart with overflowing feels for this guy. >///< The first time I saw Nam Joo Hyuk was on the ‘Give Love’ MV… Continue reading Spazzing over Nam Joo Hyuk as Han Yi An!!!
This drama was aired by tvN from July to August 2014, and I finished watching this drama a few months back too. I just decided to post this late review, since its better late than never. LOL So anyway, this drama is not so different from other dramas whose lead characters form a totally fake… Continue reading Marriage without Dating
Are you familiar with DID, Dissociative Identity Disorder, or commonly known as Multiple Personality Disorder? DID is a mental disorder of one person with multiple dissociated identity states. Kill me, Heal me (킬미, 힐미) is a Korean drama series about a third generation chaebol who suffers from DID. Cha Do Hyun (played by Jisung) lost… Continue reading Kill Me, Heal Me
Me and my sister just finished watching the drama Misaeng last night. The first drama I watched after six months. Misaeng ‘미생’ translated as Incomplete Life tackles on Korean corporate culture and the life of white-collar workers. This drama is not the usual with mushy love story plots but it depicts the reality of a worker’s life. The… Continue reading Misaeng ‘미생’ (Incomplete Life)