k-drama · Review

18 Again Is The K-Drama Standard

We cannot believe the day has come as we finally share a review for one of the best recent k-dramas 18 Again with you. My mom and I have been waiting (and Lina with us) 500 years for 18 Again to get subtitles in our language and the day has finally come. 18 Again has… Continue reading 18 Again Is The K-Drama Standard

k-drama · Review

Flower of Evil Is Insanely Gripping And Emotional

Flower of Evil was one of 2020 biggest dramas and considering its genre and the fact that it stars Lee Joongi and Moon Chaewoon - it makes sense. Today we bring you our review of the hit thriller drama. I (and my mom) finally watched Flower of Evil and I completely get why it got… Continue reading Flower of Evil Is Insanely Gripping And Emotional

k-drama · Review

The Uncanny Counter Is An Adventure And Found Family Gem

One of the most watched recent dramas The Uncanny Counter finally found its way onto my watchlist and so today we bring you a review of this fun adventure saga. Talk about a pleasant surprise. The Uncanny Counter promised me a lot with its fantasy meets adventure plot but the drama delivered so much more… Continue reading The Uncanny Counter Is An Adventure And Found Family Gem

k-pop · reviews

EXO’s Kai Returns With Some Peaches And It Slaps

Kai finally returns a year after his solo debut with his second mini album Peaches and title of the same name. Oh yes... this is the comeback we've been waiting for all of November (or all year). At least I have been waiting for this baby for so long. I am a bit sad that… Continue reading EXO’s Kai Returns With Some Peaches And It Slaps

k-book · Review

Won-pyung Sohn’s Almond Is The Most Checked-Out South Korean Book of 2020 And For A Reason

First published back in 2017, Almond gathered positive reviews and reactions regarding the portrayal of a young boy dealing with Alexithymia, but the book really experienced a boom last year with BTS reading it, especially in South Korea itself. I am finally back with another book review after exactly a year (you can read the… Continue reading Won-pyung Sohn’s Almond Is The Most Checked-Out South Korean Book of 2020 And For A Reason

k-pop · reviews

LABOUM Make Their Big Return With Kiss Kiss

LABOUM are back to tell us they ain't disbanded with their third mini album Blossom and title song Kiss Kiss. I cannot believe I was busy to the brim on the day LABOUM finally made their long awaited comeback. My girls!!! (Artist Spotlight: here) I know we lost a member along the way, they switched… Continue reading LABOUM Make Their Big Return With Kiss Kiss

k-drama · Review

Taxi Driver Is Brutal And Bloody, But Also Wholesome

Taxi Driver is an action thriller staring Lee Jehoon and Esom. The drama focuses on a special Taxi company which will help you take revenge on someone who has wronged you but keeps escaping the law. Lee Jehoon was discharged from the military and told himself, “I have to save the K-drama industry.” I swear… Continue reading Taxi Driver Is Brutal And Bloody, But Also Wholesome

k-drama · Review

Mouse – A Mystery Drama That Will Keep You On The Edge Of Your Seat

Mouse is a thriller mystery that finished in May of this year and is centered around psychopaths and being able to detect the psychopath gene in people's DNA. Lee Seunggi and Lee Heejun deliver the roles of their lifetimes! It’s been a minute since I finished watching Mouse, I have to be honest I was… Continue reading Mouse – A Mystery Drama That Will Keep You On The Edge Of Your Seat