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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

Intriguing ‘Mistress’ premieres on OCN this weekend

Another remake is on its way this week after the premiere of Suits on KBS. Mistress is coming up on OCN and it’s based on 2008 British series Mistresses, a story revolving around four female friends. The show also had an American remake by the same name and now we will see the plot set in Korea and will have a mystery-thriller angle Continue reading

Mystery thriller ‘Missing 9’ takes its characters to a deserted island


New year, new crop of dramas! MBC is starting off its Wednesday-Thursday slot with mystery thriller Missing 9, which bases the plot on survivors of a plane crash on a missing island. This story has been told a lot of times through the medium of novels, TV shows and movies, but never gets old. I instantly get interested for such stories and hence, I’m totally looking forward to this show. It is giving me And Then There Were None (one of my favourite novels!) and Lost vibes. Continue reading

tvN brings ‘Plus Nine Boys’ as its new Friday-Saturday drama

The fun-filled Marriage Not Dating has ended and now it is being replaced by another quirky romantic comedy drama Plus Nine Boys this week about four males at different stages of their lives and how they confront challenges of work and love. tvN surely knows how to bring new fresh concepts and even if there is a tired plot, the treatment is totally fresh to add something to look for in its dramas. Plus Nine Boys is basically about boys (or men) of ages ending with 9, ie, 9, 19, 29 and 39 and the superstition that this nine brings bad luck. Continue reading