I think other than the bromance and humour of 2016 superhit drama Goblin, the third memorable thing about that show was the second lead pair of Lee Dong Wook and Yoo In Na. And after that bittersweet love story of two, the fans can rejoice that they will be reuniting for upcoming tvN drama Touch Your Heart. It will be a romantic comedy, so yay for more laughs, cuteness and exuberance. The Korean drama is also going by the title Reach Of Sincerity, which sounds a bit weird, so I’m gonna use the former. Continue reading →
The countdown has begun for one of the most anticipated and buzzed dramas of 2018 — Mr. Sunshine. Reasons are aplenty with the show comprising the winning combination of writer Kim Eun Sook and PD Lee Eung Bok who gave us two superhits in the very same year — Descendants Of The Sun and Goblin in 2016. Then there is the cast of hottest actors in the TV and Continue reading →
Upcoming grand scale tvN drama aka Mr. Sunshine is gearing up for its premiere next month and has released character posters for complete main cast. The pictures look equally epic and quality stuff. Let’s hope the show also delivers in terms of execution, plot and production values as it’s set in the era of early 20th century. It’s a 100 percent pre-produced drama. Brownie points for this factor! The show once again reunites writer Kim Eun Sook and director Lee Eung Bok after superhit shows (both aired in 2016) Descendants Of The Sun and Goblin. Mr. Sunshine is chock-a-block with popular actors who are known for their acting talent and popularity in films as well as television. Continue reading →
Try as I might, I don’t think I can watch all of last year’s dramas that I had planned to finish before the Year End Review post. Hence, I decided to write about shows (in all 3) that I did manage to complete in 2017. I know the number is too small but last year was quite eventful in terms of real life things. I really want to watch many, many dramas this year. Fingers crossed! Continue reading →
Goblinpremiered in the tail end of 2016. It grabbed the headlines the moment it was announced, having plenty of reasons: star writer Kim Eun Suk (penning her second drama on the heels of smash hit Descendants Of The Sun in the very same year), top leads Gong Yoo (returning to small screen after a long time since 2012’s Big) and Kim Go Eun (mostly a movie actress and winning hearts with drama debut in Cheese In The Trap) and a fantasy filled premise. And as expected, Goblin went on to become a smash hit, hitting the right notes for the most part as it is certainly not without flaws.