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Some recent February premieres — Trap, The Light in Your Eyes, Haechi, The Fiery Priest

Work has taken up most of my time and energy and hence, the frequency of posts has become so, so less. As a result, I decided to make up for it in this one single post about new dramas that I missed writing about prior to their premieres. In fact, this is the first time since starting the blog that I’m not aware of many new shows that have just started airing! Continue reading

tvN brings prison drama ‘Smart Prison Living’ with Park Hae Soo and Jung Kyung Ho

We always complain about the freshness factor in dramaland and tvN’s upcoming Smart Prison Living will definitely help in bringing some much needed mint fresh element for us. It is a prison drama, a black comedy, about the lives of the prisoners and staff of a jailhouse. The highlight of the drama is the director behind the camera, Continue reading

Kim Rae Won returns to big screen with horror mystery ‘RV: Resurrected Victims’

The new film starring Kim Rae Won and Kim Hae Sook surely looks creepy and intriguing. RV: Resurrected Victims (or Resurrection) is a horror-mystery-thriller that centers around the theme of dead coming back to the living world in order to avenge their deaths. Kim Rae Won (Doctors) plays a prosecutor and Kim Hae Sook (I Hear Your Voice) plays his mother. She died 7 years ago and ever since, the hero is

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‘Answer Me’ series brings 80s nostalgia with new instalment ‘Answer Me 1988’


I loved Answer Me 1997 with every beat of my heart and that drama perfectly combined an infinite range of emotions, all sprinkled with the nostalgic feeling of the 90s and also helped in understanding the similarities and differences between my culture and South Korea’s in that era. I planned on marathoning its successor Answer Me 1994 but Continue reading

Posters and stills for thriller ‘Gap Dong’


It is apt to call the current drama season a thriller season as there is an eclectic mix of shows airing right now with each offering their own stories encompassing the genre. I’m watching two of them (God’s Gift – 14 Days and Three Days) and planning to add the third one (I hope I don’t do an overdose!): Gap Dong. It is basically about a twenty years old case of serial murders with the killer known as Gap Dong. Presently when the statute of Continue reading