Tag Archives: Ha Suk Jin

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

News Bites: Korean Dramas — 27 June 2020

I think the latest news is chock full of script readings! Which also gives me an opportunity to talk about shows that I missed posting when their casting was announced. News Bites is a segment where latest news of Korean Dramas will be discussed at a common place. So let’s dive into the latest tidbits of dramaland! Continue reading

Ha Suk Jin headlines healing drama ‘Your House Helper’ for KBS

It’s really a breath of mint fresh air that we are seeing Ha Suk Jin in a role that says keywords like solving problems, helping, understanding in its description, something as different as chalk and cheese if we consider some of his last roles which were that of an arrogant, haughty man (See: 1% Of Anything, Drinking Solo). Though the new role does come with ‘gruff personality’ as a trait for the hero. Continue reading

Workplace drama ‘Radiant Office’ premiered this week on MBC

I have a special place for workplace dramas. I just like them a lot. Radiant Office is one more addition to this trendy, contemporary genre which just premiered this week as the new Wednesday-Thursday drama following mystery Missing 9, which got very low ratings throughout its run. Unfortunately, Radiant Office also received low numbers but Continue reading

Remake of ‘1% Of Anything’ premieres today with Ha Suk Jin and Jeon So Min

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I have seen a lot of things in dramaland but we rarely see remake of a classic older drama. I can only think of Full House right now which had a remake (which we mainly remember for its hairdos). Today is the premiere day of such a remake which takes its title from the original drama 1% Of Anything, which aired in 2003 — it has been 13 years! Where does time fly? I always wanted to see the original as it has one of my Continue reading