Tag Archives: Gong Seung Yun

Period drama ‘Flower Crew: Joseon Marriage Agency’ arrives on JTBC this month

I have to say I’m not exactly a fan of sageuks (Korean historical TV dramas for the uninitiated) but I do love some fusion in them (Sungkyunkwan Scandal, Moonlight Drawn By Clouds) and the new JTBC drama Flower Crew: Joseon Marriage Agency looks like it is fitting that bill. It is based on a 2014 novel and is about a king who employs the help of a matchmaking company to get married to his first love. I’m on board already! Continue reading

Sci-fi romance ‘Are You Human Too?’ with Seo Kang Joon and Gong Seung Yun premieres today

We already had one robot romance drama a few months back, I’m Not A Robot, and now we have another, though with gender reversed for the robot character. Seo Kang Joon leads the new KBS show Are You Human Too? along with Gong Seung Yun, Lee Joon Hyuk and Kim Sung Ryung. Not too interested in the basic premise, I’m open to giving it a try in case it gets good word of mouth! Continue reading

Sci-fi drama ‘Circle’ premieres on tvN with Yeo Jin Goo and Kim Kang Woo

When I think of Kdramas, sci-fi sounds like a distant term as I haven’t seen many cases where the dramas have adopted this genre. The only proper example that I can think of is Joseon X-Files aka Secret Investigation Records. Yes, there have been aliens in some shows but then I would rather put them in fantasy genre than sci-fi. The upcoming tvN drama Circle definitely looks grand, experimental and something totally brand new as far as Kdramas are concerned. It is divided into two time periods — one set in present 2017 and the other in future 2037. And there is alien invasion as well! Continue reading

tvN workplace rom-com ‘Introverted Boss’ starts this Monday


It was love at first sight for me when it comes to Yeon Woo Jin, from the moment I saw him for the first time in that lovely, sunny opening track of Marriage Not Dating and since then, I always get excited to see him in something new. His follow-up show Divorce Lawyer In love just went under the radar and I couldn’t find time to start it but I’m bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, all set to watch his newest drama Introverted Boss. It looks funny and encompasses one of my favourite tropes — workplace and romance-comedy.

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