Wasta’s Picks: Best Drama OSTs of 2016

Well, 2017 has finally come. That typically means taking sometime to look back on the year past, the good moments and memorable events. As for me, I'm here to talk about some of my favorite things in Asian entertainment in general: OSTs. OSTs, or original sound tracks, can really make and

OH! Press Talk: T-ara’s Conundrum Resurfaced

T-ara is back, now with more juicy news and revelations after years of nothing but hatred and injustice. T-ara's bullying scandal remains as one of the biggest, most shocking controversy in the South Korean entertainment industry. Will something this big and volatile find a conclusion? Are we done with them yet?

Drama Review: Perfect Sense, Sooyoung’s Beaming Effect

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If you follow Girls' Generation and Sooyoung closely, you're probably thinking… wasn’t this drama released almost a year ago? We have dozens of other newer, more recent dramas to discuss, so why review this one now? Yes, it’s pretty old. But the heart of Perfect Sense remain important to its lead actress long past its

Album Review: NCT 127 – ‘Limitless’

SM Entertainment’s newest rookie boy group NCT 127 begin the year with an explosive and hopefully infinitely successful comeback promoting their new title track, ‘Limitless’. Through this comeback NCT express how their talent knows no bounds and cannot be contained or limited to one group or genre. This plays on

Album Review: EXO – For Life

Release Date: 2016.12.09 Tracklist: For Life Falling For You What I Want For Christmas Twenty Four Winter Heat Total Runtime: 00:18:00 Recommended for: those looking for a holiday mood booster, medium tempo pop and R&B fans NOT recommended for: hard hitting hip-hop lovers or people looking for upbeat dance tracks EXO is back just in time for Christmas

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