k-drama · Review

Goblin Is A Certified K-Classic Although Sometimes A Wild And Weird One

Goblin is a k-drama everyone has heard of even without watching it. Almost exactly 5 years since its premiere, here comes our review of the beloved k-drama starring the talented Gong Yoo, Kim Go Eun and Lee Dong Wook. I might be 5 years late to watching this but I finally did it. This year… Continue reading Goblin Is A Certified K-Classic Although Sometimes A Wild And Weird One

k-drama · Year-End-Wrap-Up

2021 K-Dramas – Our Tops & Flops

It's been a great year for K-Dramas and as Una finally joined Lina again by regularly watching them this calls for a big list by yours truly to celebrate the top K-dramas of 2021 and also the disappointing flops! We have reached the end of our countdowns and 2022 is about to be upon us,… Continue reading 2021 K-Dramas – Our Tops & Flops

k-drama · Review

Happiness Is An Emotional And Apocalyptic Rollercoaster You Need To Watch

Happiness, the long anticipated post-military k-drama of the one and only Park Hyungsik, has reached its finale and it was a rollercoaster of emotions as you will see in our review today. Believe it or not I'm actually writing this just an hour or so after I've finished watching the finale. Happiness was probably one… Continue reading Happiness Is An Emotional And Apocalyptic Rollercoaster You Need To Watch

k-drama · Review

Police University Is Surprisingly And Satisfyingly Good

Another drama Una and Lina watched together, so it calls for one of our legendary reviews. Police University had us watching the moment we saw B1A4's Jung Jinyoung, f(x)'s Krystal and B.A.P's Youngjae in the line up. Woow, it took me forever to finish this. I was moving and so behind on dramas to I… Continue reading Police University Is Surprisingly And Satisfyingly Good

k-drama · Review

Hospital Playlist 2 Is A Sweet And Slow Treat For The Fans

Hospital Playlist 2 was my most anticipated drama and something that I looked forward to every week (even though it took way too long for the drama to finish airing due to sports and holidays) and I'm glad I'm finally giving you a review for it. My friends, you all know Hospital Playlist ended up… Continue reading Hospital Playlist 2 Is A Sweet And Slow Treat For The Fans

k-drama · Review

The Devil Judge Could Have Been Great If It Dared To Be More (As In Gay)

The Devil Judge had us intrigued from the first time we read the dram's synopsis. With Jisung, Park Jinyoung, Park Gyuyoung, and Kim Minjung in the lead roles and a revenge dystopian plot, we were more then in. Well, oh well. Another drama Una and I watched together has come to an end and calls… Continue reading The Devil Judge Could Have Been Great If It Dared To Be More (As In Gay)

j-drama · other

6 Non-Korean BL Drama Recommendations

After going through a weird week I found myself back again in the BL genre of dramas. It is time we venture past the borders of South Korea and look at some fantastic international dramas inside the genre. Good queer presentation is hard to come by, so recommendations are always welcome! Mhm... a lot of… Continue reading 6 Non-Korean BL Drama Recommendations

k-drama · Review

Youth Of May Will Shock You And Rip The Heart Out Of Your Chest

Youth Of May takes place during the 1980s in Gwangju, South Korea when the martial law was still enforced and the uprising was about to take place. Starring Lee Dohyun and Go Minsi, the drama is bound to make you cry. Did anyone else notice how Dohyun and Minsi's last drama together was Sweet Home… Continue reading Youth Of May Will Shock You And Rip The Heart Out Of Your Chest