The newly premiered drama on TV Chosun, Joseon Survival, looks pretty interesting and with a leading man like Kang Ji Hwan, my interest shot up some more as I’ve always loved his performances. His last drama was comedy Feel Good To Die. Joseon Survivalis a time slip drama Continue reading →
I loved Kang Ji Hwan in Coffee House and Incarnation Of Money but his last few projects have flown under my radar, like Big Man and Monster, but I’m interested in checking out Children Of A Lesser God. That said, I’m pretty excited to start his newest drama titled Feel Good To Die(Also, Happy If You Died and Happy To Die). The plot sounds totally funny and wacky with a time loop theme. Continue reading →
March is here and so is the new crop of dramas. This post is about shows that have already aired their first episode. We still have a lot of March premieres due to start in coming days. The below mentioned shows range from sageuk to dark supernatural thrillers to romantic comedies to weekend family fare. Without further ado, here we go!
This time we have a picture from an underrated drama, Coffee House. It stars Kang Ji Hwan as an eccentric writer (he is simply fantastic! And Kang Ji Hwan in glasses = ♥) and Park Si Yeon as his publisher-cum-best friend. Ham Eun Jung costars as his naive secretary. A show that looks like your run-of-the-mill romantic comedy but actually has a fresh spin to what we expect. Continue reading →
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 comedyNeighbourhood 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 →