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Parasite creates history at the Oscars with four wins including the award for Best Picture

I can hear the collective ‘Yay’ from the long-time fans of Korean movies and dramas across the globe! Critically acclaimed and equally popular Korean movie Parasite just created history at the Academy Awards aka Oscars. It won 4 awards including the biggest one, Best Motion Picture of the Year. ~Yayyyyyyyy~ In its 92 years of existence, this is the first time that a non-English language film has won Best Picture at the Oscars. The movie has already bagged multiple awards at various international and national awards and film festivals since the time of its release. Continue reading

tvN premieres ‘Cinderella And The Four Knights’ this Friday


This show is clear about itself right off the bat from its title — Cinderella And The Four Knights — the new tvN drama which is starting this Friday. The drama reminds me of the classic shows like Boys Before Flowers, You’re Beautiful which act as the entry gate for drama lovers into the realm of dramaland. It has four (rich) boys and one Continue reading

Medical thriller ‘Beautiful Mind’ starts airing from today


I think something as impossible as holding the wind with a net just happened. I’m actually excited for not one, but two medical dramas. Guess what, they are premiering in the same slot on same day! I already wrote about Doctors, so it’s time for the Continue reading

Jang Hyuk and Park So Dam confirmed to lead medical thriller ‘Beautiful Mind’


Finally we will see Jang Hyuk in a modern role! Yay! I first saw him in movie Please Teach Me English but it was Fated To Love You that made me like him so very much. He followed that role with back to back sageuks in Shine or Go Crazy and God of Trade – Innkeeper 2015.

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Because It’s The First Time Episode 1 Recap


Because It’s The First Time marked first foray into dramaland for fashion and style channel OnStyle last week. It will air only one episode a week and my love for everything romantic and comedy let me to check this one out. It’s a cute, simple and breezy start. The drama is anchored behind the scenes by the team responsible for modern rom-coms like I Need Romance and Witch’s Romance. Another icing — episodes are only 45 minutes long!

So without further ado, let’s begin the recap. Continue reading