Mini Reviews: Sly And Single Again, I Need Romance 3, and Nine: Nine Times Time Travel

I’m all backed up on reviews, so here go some mini reviews on a few of the shows we’ve finished in these lazy days of summer. It’s kind of an odd mix of shows, but I gotta shake things up sometimes! Mini Review #1: Sly And Single Again/Cunning Single Lady A mini review in text messages: …And that pretty much sums it up. Even from the first episodes, Coco was way more complimentary than I was, but the show did grow…

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New Dramas: King of High School, Joseon Gunman, and Trot Lovers

I had a chance to spend last Saturday hanging out with a bunch of other K-drama lovers/bloggers who happen to live in my area! Eating delicious Korean food and chatting about K-dramas was delightful. I had no idea that the people I read on the internet actually live near me in real life. Dewaanifordrama did a little write-up about our meeting here. I just have to say how much I enjoy the K-drama community. Whether it’s the K-drama lovers I

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Mini Reviews: A Werewolf Boy, Boys Before Friends, and Shut Up Flower Boy Band

Sometimes, I just don’t have the energy to write a full review of something, but I also don’t want to completely ignore it.  Instead of leaving these things on my “to review” shelf indefinitely, here are just a few mini reviews of the things I’ve been watching lately: Mini Review 1: A Werewolf Boy (2012) Source AN IMPORTANT PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: Song Joong Ki’s 2012 film A Werewolf B…

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Drama Review: Witch’s Romance (2014)

Grade: B- Category Workplace noona romance What it’s about Years after being left at the alter by her globe-trotting photographer boyfriend, Ji Yeon is a hard-charging career woman and dedicated journalist. But it isn’t until she meets a much younger part-time worker that her heart begins to heal—which is exactly when her ex-fiance returns to Korea and decides he wants Ji Yeon back. (Surprise!) First impression I was a little reluctant to…

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Fashion Face-off Friday: Trendy Tracksuits

In our last Fashion Face-off, Kim Tan and his Cookie Monster turtleneck were able to hold off some stiff competition from the Yzma lookalike on Miss Korea. This time around, we’re going to look at Kdrama tracksuits, which I secretly love. I mean, it’s like wearing pajamas, but outside of the house. What’s not to like? My only complaint is that Kdramas rarely allow women to take off their absurdly high heels and lounge around in…

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