Tag Archives: Kim Soo Hyun

It’s Okay To Not Be Okay Episode 5 Preview

It may be too soon to say this but I’ve started to love It’s Okay To Not Be Okay! Hopefully it will be this good till the end. The story has now moved to the small town where the Ok Hospital (the center place where everyone works) is located. The town is also where all the leads grew up. Episodes 3 and 4 shed the light on Kang Tae’s life. First we thought he is this caring person Continue reading

First Impressions: It’s Okay To Not Be Okay

Kim Soo Hyun‘s first comeback drama It’s Okay To Not Be Okay premiered last weekend on tvN as well as Netflix. It costars Seo Ye Ji and Oh Jung Se in the lead roles. My verdict in short — I like it. Like really, really like it! Continue reading

New Korean Dramas: June 2020

After multiple months flooding our screens with many drama premieres, June seems like a calmer month with only three drama premieres. It’s a good time to catch up on all the ones we always wanted to watch! Let’s see what is being offered this month:

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Kim Soo Hyun to make a guest appearance in Crash Landing On You

I’m super surprised that it has been more than 4 years since Kim Soo Hyun last did a TV drama! His last appearance was in 2015’s fun ride Producers. He was recently seen in a cameo role in Hotel Del Luna and now we have another guest appearance from him in upcoming episode of current hit Crash Landing On You. Yay! The show has already seen a cameo by Jung Kyung Ho. Continue reading

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