Original vs. Remake: Bu Bu Jing Xin and Moon Lovers

In 2011, time-traveling dramas became a trend in China, after the releases of Gong and Bu Bu Jing Xin.  Both controversially and arguably based on the same novel by Tong Hua, titled Bu Bu Jing Xin.  When South Korean director Kim Kyu Tae, known for It’s Okay It’s Love and

Get Excited: Upcoming Dramas

AFTER an impressive year in drama land, the excitement does not stop at the pointy end of 2016 and early 2017. Some of the most talented Hallyu stars, young guns and promising idols will return to the small screen with a variety of interesting scripts. OH!Press picks out four dramas to look

First Impressions: Love O2O (Just One Smile is Very Alluring)

  The highly anticipated 微微一笑很倾城, Love O2O, starring Yang Yang and Zheng Shuang, finally started airing last week.  I’m going to get this out of the way at the beginning; the official English title is Love Online to Offline, without the abbreviations, but I think it’s horrible and so I will

Drama Review: Female Employees of a Game Company

Korean Name: 게임회사 여직원들 Genre: Slice of life, romantic comedy Channel: N/A Number of Episodes: 11 episodes Episode Length: 7 to 8 minutes Recommended For: Gamers or cosplayers, lovers of rom-coms and workplace drama NOT Recommended For: People looking for a serious or action filled story 5987

Drama Review – Remember: War of the Son

Recent 2016 Kdrama Remember: War of the Son explores the dark side of what lurks behind the less than legal dealings of the judicial system. In a whirlwind of courtrooms, chaebol bigwigs, and a protagonist with a remarkable memory that he wields as a double-edged sword, this drama shows just how far the corrupt will