When you've seen enough K-Dramas, you realize there are a few scenarios almost guaranteed to show up in the plot somewhere along the way. These instances are so predictable that the scriptwriters may have very well been bumping elbows over a Wrist Grabs 101 textbook as they drafted up their scripts.
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
If you're looking for a roller coaster ride of a drama, Cheese in the Trap is for you. And by that I mean one that brings you up so high in the beginning with excitement only to drop you in a second during the latter half of the ride. This drama had
When chocolate and financial advising combine in a rom-com web drama, you get a strange but lovely little mix of sweetness and struggle. Such is the premise of the drama Choco Bank, which features Exo's Kai as a man trying to make his own success in a world run by money.
Things get intimately physical in Madame Antoine’s third episode as hidden agenda’s and unexpected feelings coil into each other like a knotted hammock.
Prepare your membranes for a healthy psychological waxing in this emotionally compelling second installment of Madame Antoine.
The lovely and talented Han Ye Seul faces off head to head in a heated battle of wits with the ever so handsome Sung Joon in this enticing new rom-com K-drama.
When I first began watching Sassy, Go Go, having only heard that it was a cheerleading drama, I think I was unconsciously expecting the Korean version of Bring It On. However, this drama takes the premise of cheerleading and uses it in a story about friendship, family, and forgiveness rather than a
Moving along with our staff picks, we come to our second list- DRAMAS! The following dramas are what we think are the must-see shows of the year! Get yourself some popcorn and start binge-watching ASAP!
In a world full of sageuks and rags-to-riches chaebol romances, The Village: Achiara's Secret stood out from the rest of 2015's Korean dramas with its chilling murder mystery and layered characters. Don't get me wrong; I enjoy my historical dramas and rom-coms as much as the next person, but it is refreshing