Tag Archives: Jang Geun Suk

‘Switch: Change the World’ with Jang Geun Suk and Han Ye Ri premieres today on SBS

It’s no wonder to this blog’s regular readers that I’m a huge Hong Sisters fan. And that love stems from the love for most of their dramas. You’re Beautiful is one of them. Hence, I have this soft spot for Jang Geun Suk and I’m really hoping that his Continue reading

Three big premieres tomorrow: Monster, Neighborhood Lawyer Jo Deul Ho and Jackpot

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It has really been an unannounced hiatus this past week as I was busy with exams. But now I’m all set to start my drama spree. Tomorrow is that special occasion when the big three networks are starting new dramas for the same slot. MBC is bringing melodrama Monster, KBS is bringing legal comedy Neighbourhood Lawyer Jo Deul Ho and SBS is bringing sageuk Jackpot. All three channels are actually continuing the same genre for the Monday-Tuesday dramas as was followed by their predecessors. Let’s have a look at them one by one. Continue reading

Picture Perfect # 73

I haven’t seen any season’s dramas yet but I have to say, they are extremely beautiful to look at. Whenever I come across the stills of these shows, they simply are perfect to infuse a romantic mood instantly. Today I’ve taken the picture from the newest season drama Love Rain. The show stars Jang Geun Suk and Yoona in two time periods — one of the 60s and the other of the present generation. And this pic is from the past, giving a classic, vintage feel and a couple under an umbrella never fails to click all my romantic buttons! Continue reading

Crossdressing

Crossdressing is one the most used themes in K-dramas. The dramaland is filled with mostly the following varieties of TV shows: rom-coms, melodrama, family, sageuks and thrillers. Romantic comedy is one of the most loved genres, be it locally or internationally and Korean TV industry makes rom-coms like nobody’s business. And that makes crossdressing a very suitable and sure-shot topic to use as it is accompanied by lots of options to further encapsulate various arcs in the plot: comedy and funny shenanigans, romance, angst, melo. Of course, the setting of a girl dressed as a boy (which is in most of the Continue reading