Drama Review: Miss Korea (2013)

…. It moves forward through a series of obstacles, rather than staying frozen in place. It travels from something best described as beauty queen boot camp through pageants and on to life after the question of Miss Korea 1997 has been decided. It makes time for a love triangle, “bad” guys who are good at heart, and my favorite second lead pairing in recent memory. The things that kept me from loving Miss Korea are mostly subjective. To me at leas…

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Drama Review: I Need Romance 3 (2014)

…emale lead’s house is full of them, and every time I see one I’m distracted from the narrative by its minimalist beauty. • Episode 10. Sweet Potato and his “I love you” are really killing me. He says it without pride or ownership, and he obviously never expects it to be reciprocated. But he says it anyway, just because it’s true. He doesn’t calculate—he just feels. • Episode 10. Autumn in My Heart gave us the piggyback of death, and now this sh…

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A KDRAMA RECOMMENDATION =)Heartless City (2013)

JTBC Monday -Tuesday Aired May- July 2013   I am back from my hiatus and practically hitting my head against December, so naturally I am thinking back on all of 2013’s dramas, which makes me totally remember how much I freakin’ deakin’ loved Heartless City, which then leads me to this very moment where I make yet another post demanding, begging, pleading with other drama fans to give a my favorite drama this year a chance. Cops. Drug Dealers….

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A KDRAMA RECOMMENDATION =)Heartless City (2013)

JTBC Monday -Tuesday Aired May- July 2013   I am back from my hiatus and practically hitting my head against December, so naturally I am thinking back on all of 2013’s dramas, which makes me totally remember how much I freakin’ deakin’ loved Heartless City, which then leads me to this very moment where I make yet another post demanding, begging, pleading with other drama fans to give a my favorite drama this year a chance. Cops. Drug Dealers….

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From zero to hero (and back again)

…h motion and sound and strength that I could barely keep track of the volleys. It was glorious to watch her spar with other actors, and she quickly became my favorite thing about the series. That’s really saying something—Lee took a character that could have been incredibly annoying and imbued her with such humanity that I didn’t even mind Can We Get Married’s lumpy, repetitive second half.   Noh Hee Kung, screenwriter Padam Padam…

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