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Kim Soo Hyun to do a guest appearance in the final episode of ‘Hotel Del Luna’

Hotel Del Luna has gained ratings as well as popularity since its premiere back in July. I started it but currently its status is on hold for me, leaning towards dropped category as my interest is very minimal for this fantasy show. I like the setting, acting, music, characters, IU‘s costumes. But somehow it lacks that magic that I expect from the writers, my favorite, the Hong Sisters. Or else, I’m unsuccessful in funding that hook which enables me to continue a drama. Or the Master’s Sun-esque episodic format is the downside. Maybe I will get back to it when in the right mood. Continue reading

Just Premiered: Hong Sisters bring ‘Hotel Del Luna’ with IU and Yeo Jin Goo on tvN

This says something about my busy schedule that I have not published a single post about my favorite writers’, the Hong Sisters, new drama. To think it already got premiered, phew! But better late than never, right!. The writer duo’s new show Hotel Del Luna is again a fantasy after their Continue reading

Lee Sun Kyun and IU headline tvN’s ‘My Ajusshi’

The pair of Lee Sun Kyun and IU seems rather odd but it forms the main lead couple of new tvN drama My Ajusshi. The show is premiering tomorrow in the Wednesday-Thursday slot with a strong behind-the-camera team — it is directed by the PD of amazing dramas like Signal, Misaeng, Sungkyunwan Scandal, to name a few and penned by the writer of Oh Hae Young Again and I Live in Cheongdamdong. The names have surely set the bar high for expectations. My Ajusshi looks similarly moody, indie-like in its treatment and is a story of healing. So I’m not sure if there will be a romantic angle between the two leads.

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Star studded sageuk ‘Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart: Goryeo’ premieres tomorrow on SBS


Remember what I said about not being a sageuk lover? Well, now I will be watching not one but two sageuks for coming months as after getting totally entertained by last week’s premiered drama Moonlight Drawn By Clouds, I’m looking forward to this week’s premiere show — Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart: GoryeoThe latter is surely a star-studded drama as we have lots and lots of actors performing the K-version of a popular Chinese novel and drama. And that is probably the main reason I’m excited about the show. It is basically a romance story with some garnishing of fantasy elements. Continue reading