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The Fiery Priest Is Worth All Of Its Hype And More

As The Fiery Priest is gearing up for its second season, what better time to bring you our review of its first one! Today we will be diving deeper into this beloved crime comedy drama starring Kim Namgil, Lee Hanee and Kim Sungkyun. This is my second drama by the legendary South Korean screen-writer Park… Continue reading The Fiery Priest Is Worth All Of Its Hype And More

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Kim Haneul And Yoo Seungho Are An Outcast Duo In Straightforward Thriller Blind

While tackling some of the thriller classics of the past decade, we stumbled upon Blind starring two amazing actors Yoo Seungho and Kim Haneul and we bring you the review of this movie today. When I finished watching Memorist, I wanted to see if Yoo Seungho has some movies which would interest me and I… Continue reading Kim Haneul And Yoo Seungho Are An Outcast Duo In Straightforward Thriller Blind

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Got 2 Hours To Watch A Fun Rom-Com? What Are You Doing In The Office? Is Right Here

With how much work we've been swamped with, it's no wonder we keep wanting to watch some short TV series and tvN's recent mini drama What Are You Doing In The Office? starring Lee Hakjoo and Ha Yoonkyung provided us with all the fun. Let's talk about this short drama in today's review. So, I… Continue reading Got 2 Hours To Watch A Fun Rom-Com? What Are You Doing In The Office? Is Right Here

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Through The Darkness Is Easily The Best Crime Thriller K-Drama of 2022

2022 brought one of the best crime dramas focusing on South Korea's first profiler and the cases he was involved in throughout the years. Today we review Through the Darkness and the incredible performance done by its cast. For reasons unknown to me, mom and I have been putting off watching this drama for a… Continue reading Through The Darkness Is Easily The Best Crime Thriller K-Drama of 2022

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Memorist Is Fast-Paced, Ambiguous and Unpredictable Until The End

Memorist was one of the crime drama highlights of 2020 and we have finally watched it - today we bring you our review of this suspenseful story starring the talented Yoo Seungho and Lee Seyoung. I've seen so many interesting clips and edits from Memorist but haven't got around to actually watching until this month… Continue reading Memorist Is Fast-Paced, Ambiguous and Unpredictable Until The End

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Seo Kang Joon Will Make You Like Androids In Are You Human Too?

In this week's k-drama corner we are talking about 2018 hit k-drama Are You Human Too? which deals with androids, romance and a lot of scheming. Hop in for the review. Are You Human Too? has been on my to-watch list ever since I watched Stranger because I was up for Lee Joonhyuk in another… Continue reading Seo Kang Joon Will Make You Like Androids In Are You Human Too?

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2 Hours Is All You Need To Finish Kim Seonho’s Iconic You Drive Me Crazy

It's been over five years since this popular mini series has been aired but it doesn't mean that it wasn't a perfect cozy weekend watch even in 2022 - especially since Kim Seonho is absolutely lovely in it. Today we review this cute show. I've admittedly wanted to watch this mini series ever since Seonho… Continue reading 2 Hours Is All You Need To Finish Kim Seonho’s Iconic You Drive Me Crazy

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The Japanese Version of Good Doctor Is Warm, Lovely and Without Unnecessary Romance

The Japanese take on hit South Korean drama Good Doctor was released in 2018 but we've finally gotten around to watching it and we bring you a review of this heartwarming story today. Disclaimer right away - I haven't watched the Korean, that will say the original, version of Good Doctor (but I most certainly… Continue reading The Japanese Version of Good Doctor Is Warm, Lovely and Without Unnecessary Romance

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I Can Speak Brings Seriousness You Wouldn’t Expect

On yet another adventure deep into Lee Jehoon's filmography we are bringing you a review of his 2017 movie I Can Speak today. Mom and I have been on a mission to watch pretty much everything Lee Jehoon did and I Can Speak was next on our list. The movie promised a lot due to… Continue reading I Can Speak Brings Seriousness You Wouldn’t Expect

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Yoona And Jo Jung Suk Make Exit A Fun Disaster Movie

We are finally bringing you the review of South Korea's third most watched film in 2019 - Exit, starring Girls Generation's Yoona and the ever so amazing Jo Jungsuk. I am a massive Jo Jungsuk fan. I feel like whatever that man decides to film, he will make sure you like his character and grow… Continue reading Yoona And Jo Jung Suk Make Exit A Fun Disaster Movie