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First Impressions: Stranger 2 / Forest Of Secrets 2

The second season of Forest Of Secrets (or Stranger for Netflix viewers), eagerly anticipated by the fans of the original installment, finally premiered after 3 years on tvN as well as Netflix and has so far aired 6 episodes. Though this post is based on the first 4 episodes as I have yet to catch up on the latest ones. Continue reading

New Korean Dramas: August 2020

August brings another bundle of Korean dramas and it is a huge bundle! Good thing is a lot of genres have been covered — romance, comedy, drama, music, sci-fi, thriller, horror. You name it, August dramas have got it. Confused to keep track of all these new premieres? Well, here is the list with enough details to make up your mind on what to keep and what to skip! Continue reading

REVIEW: Touch Your Heart / Reach Of Sincerity (2019)

Touch Your Heart is all things sweet and delightful! The Goblin (2017) pair of Lee Dong Wook and Yoo In Na won everyone’s heart in that drama and it is no surprise that their second outing was highly anticipated. The drama fulfils all our wishes by giving us a memorable couple with lots and lots of feel-good romance, in contrast to the bittersweet nature in Goblin. Continue reading

First Impressions: Was It Love?

Was It Love? has already aired 4 episodes so I’m a bit late on my first impressions. But I have good news! The drama is quite compelling with its story about a single mother trying to fulfil her dream of becoming a movie producer against all odds. Usually we have dramas with 2 male leads vying for the heroine’s affection but this show beats all, with a total of 4 men to woo the heroine! Continue reading

It’s Okay To Not Be Okay Episode 7 Preview

Who knew It’s Okay To Not Be Okay would lead us to cohabitation hijinks! The drama continues to captivate with its beauty — the scenes are like a painting and I keep on repeating this multiple times while watching an episode. Well, same can be said for Seo Ye Ji as well. I loved the rooftop dinners for the brothers Kang Tae and Sang Tae (so warm and happy) but I’m also excited that the leads are now living together. I was angry at Moon Young for creating the tension between them but it’s not exactly a surprise from what we have seen of her so far. We do see glimpses of a good heart in her though. Continue reading