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Kim Yoon Jin returns to dramaland after 19 years with ‘Ms. Ma, Nemesis’

Kim Yoon Jin is a Korean actress who is best known for playing one of the main characters in American TV show Lost. She has also been active in Korean films (Ode To My Father, Neighbor) but it will be her first small screen drama in 19 years as she is starring in SBS drama Ms. Ma, Nemesis, which is based on Agatha Christie‘s character Miss Marple. I love the writer and Miss Marple’s low key and psychological investigation, so I’m fully on board this train, and also to see Continue reading

The female leads of ‘Suits’

It’s mostly leading men Jang Dong Gun and Park Hyung Shik that are being seen in the promotions of Suits and for a good reason that they form the main story of the Korean remake of popular American TV show of the same name. But having seen some seasons of the original, I can say that the female characters are certainly strong and interesting. In my last post, I talked mostly about the male leads and now this post will be all about the female cast. Continue reading

The men look debonair in ‘Suits’ posters and stills

One thing that we notice straight away in American TV show Suits is how stylish, smart and debonair the men look and the upcoming Korean remake does not disappoint in that area. Jang Dong Gun and Park Hyung Shik play the two main

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Lee Bo Young leads melodrama ‘Mother’ as it premieres today

One more Japanese drama remake is entering K-dramaland with the premiere of Mother. It starts today on tvN with Lee Bo Young (Wisper) headlining the main lead character. The original aired in 2010 and was highly acclaimed and won many awards. Continue reading

‘While You Were Sleeping’ is all set to arrive this Wednesday on SBS

I feel like it has been ages since this drama was first announced! While You Were Sleeping is the name of the highly anticipated SBS show that stars hot pair of Lee Jong Suk and Suzy (Uncontrollably Fond) and comes from writer Park Hye Ryun, who has given us sublime dramas like Dream High, I Hear Your Voice and Pinocchio. I love how immaculately she blends humour, heart and thrills; laced with ideals and Continue reading