k-drama · Review

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

k-movie · review

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

k-book · Review

Sunmi Hwang’s The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly Is A Rather Depressing Read

We finally read the modern classic in South Korea's literature - Sunmi Hwang's novella meets fable The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly. Here is our review of it. This short novel has been on my TBR list for way too long. During the weekend we had a massive storm happening here which resulted in… Continue reading Sunmi Hwang’s The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly Is A Rather Depressing Read

k-movie · review

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

k-movie · review

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

k-movie · review

Lawyers Are Humans Too in Moon Ji Won’s Innocent Witness

As we recently finished watching Extraordinary Attorney Woo there was no better time to finally watch 2019 hit film Innocent Witness penned by Lee Han and Moon Ji Won and starring Jung Woo Sung and Kim Hyang Gi. We immensely enjoyed watching the hit k-drama Extraordinary Attorney Woo so it was only natural to check… Continue reading Lawyers Are Humans Too in Moon Ji Won’s Innocent Witness

k-movie · review

So Ji Sub and Han Hyo Joo Make Lovely, Bittersweet Always Worth Watching

We are finally bringing you the review of a classic romantic movie Always starring the amazing Han Hyo Joo and So Ji Sub - the movie which gathered more than a million of viewers in 2011. This was yet another movie on the to-watch list my mom and I have and I'm so glad we… Continue reading So Ji Sub and Han Hyo Joo Make Lovely, Bittersweet Always Worth Watching

k-drama · Review

Extraordinary Attorney Woo Is Slow, Sweet and Team-Focused

Netflix's original k-drama Extraordinary Attorney Woo starring Park Eunbin has been taking the world by storm these past couple of weeks and for a reason - the drama is sweet and brings an important topic to light. Today we bring you are review of it. My mom was back home for less than a week… Continue reading Extraordinary Attorney Woo Is Slow, Sweet and Team-Focused

k-movie · review

Cho Seungwoo’s Marathon Is A Heartfelt Classic Worth Watching

After watching one of my now all time favourite k-dramas Stranger, I embarked on an adventure called watching everything Cho Seungwoo ever filmed and his 2005 hit movie Marathon was the perfect choice for this - today we bring our review of this fantastic movie. As I'm writing this review I feel such a strong… Continue reading Cho Seungwoo’s Marathon Is A Heartfelt Classic Worth Watching

k-movie · review

An Assassin And A Failed Actor Switch Identities In Hilarious Luck-Key

We finally watched the 2016 comedy flick starring Lee Joon and Yoo Hae Jin and we couldn't be more excited to talk about it in today's review considering the movie definitely met our expectations. While my mom was here two weeks ago we also watched a movie that's been on our to-watch list ever since… Continue reading An Assassin And A Failed Actor Switch Identities In Hilarious Luck-Key