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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: Forest Of Secrets / Stranger (2017)

It’s been 3 years since critically acclaimed as well as popular thriller Forest Of Secrets (also known as Stranger) aired but I only got a chance to catch up with it recently and wow, mind officially blown by its brilliance. Story, characters, subject, acting — everything is top notch. It’s a good thing I just finished this series as I wonder how I would have waited for three years for the second season, arriving this August.

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New Korean Dramas: March 2020

Normally every month brings new Korean dramas for us to savour but this March seems especially flooded with many drama premieres and all seem very interesting for a variety of reasons. Good thing is, there is something for everyone, if you are choosy with the genre and the actors. Best way to keep a track is to make a list and hopefully the following list would be helpful: Continue reading

Cha Tae Hyun and Bae Doo Na play a married couple in KBS drama ‘Matrimonial Chaos’

Last week saw premieres by all major networks except one. KBS is bringing its new drama this week with Matrimonial Chaos (also, The Best Divorce/ The Greatest Divorce).  Let’s see how the final ranking turns out. The other Monday-Tuesday dramas are Bad Papa (MBC), Where Stars Land (SBS) and Beauty Inside (JTBC), with 100 Days My Prince (tvN) being an older Continue reading