Tag Archives: Kim So Hyun

New Premieres: My Country, Extraordinary You, The Tale of Nokdu

Apologies for lack of posts for past few days! I didn’t get time to write about some new shows that premiered in last few days so here it is, a summarised version of all: Continue reading

This past week saw three new premieres: Cross, Radio Romance and Misty

This past week was full of premieres. Not one, not two but three new dramas entered the drama universe and each with a different vibe. Here is a summary of previews for all three: Continue reading

Yoon Doo Joon and Kim So Hyun pair up for KBS’ ‘Radio Romance’

I don’t know why but I have a fondness for stories revolving around radio stations. The new KBS drama titled super-aptly Radio Romance is about an RJ who heals hearts through his radio program. Yoon Doo Joon is finally coming out of his Let’s Eat role and plays the lead role alongside Kim So Hyun (Ruler: Master Of the Mask), who is Continue reading

First Impressions: While You Were Sleeping

There are certain elements that one expects before watching a Park Hye Ryun drama (Dream High, I Hear Your Voice, Pinocchio) — warmth from everyday lives of the characters, humour, flawed but immensely likeable leads, moral values, high stakes — and the new SBS drama While You Were Sleeping fits seamlessly into this description. After 4 episodes, my first impression is that I really like it! For all the reasons I listed above and more. Continue reading

Sageuk romance ‘Ruler: Master of the Mask’ premieres this Wednesday on MBC

Although sageuks never cause an increment in my excitement meter for a show, upcoming romance drama Ruler: Master of the Mask does make me a bit interested. It is mostly due to the cast, comprising young talents Yoo Seung Ho and Kim So Hyun in the lead roles. Frankly speaking, I haven’t seen any of his dramas before and have seen her in only minor roles (except maybe Goblin, where her role cannot be considered minor). But I have read so many good things about these two and know how amazing she is, and looks so graceful in a sageuk; it definitely had to be a positive feeling for Ruler: Master of the Mask. Continue reading