Despite my love of the fantasy/scifi genre, I am just not sure I am going to be able to watch the upcoming dead reaper drama Black. Continue reading
Sometimes it is hard being positive. Especially when our favorite characters go all noble idiot on us. At least we had some highly anticipated deaths occur this week. In a positive comments only recap, you have to accept your silver linings wherever you might find them. Join us as we chat episodes 16-18 of The Eternal Love. Continue reading
Kmuse & Clkytta continue their foray into reviewing Filipino movies with their next pick She’s Dating the Gangster. Come hear their thoughts about cute OTPs (One True Pairings) & unexpected plot twists. Continue reading
Attitude! It’s all about attitude! Last week Dramas with a Side of Kimchi spotlighted hooking your man on Korean dramas. How happy do you think we were when Jennneeefeeerr wrote in the comments section that her husband watched Man to Man and Bad Guys with her? And then diannegoh commented that her husband enjoyed Healer and Neighborhood Lawyer Jo Deul Ho. Yes! Proof it can be done! Read on to see more ways you can hook your man on Korean television!
I am really enjoying this double teaser promotion style that is happening with the upcoming tvN drama This Life is Our First. Not only does it highlight both leads (SQUEEEE! Lee Min Ki is back!) but I love how we see fate step in at the end of both teasers and brings our leads together. Continue reading
No Sandra Bullock in this one, folks, but it looks FASCINATING. And as a newly-minted Lee Jong Suk fan, I am very interested in this drama! Continue reading
I had a terrible time starting this series, y’all. I was raised to say “please” and “thank you” on a regular basis, and I’m raising my children in Texas, so we add “ma’am” and “sir” when needed. The female lead of I Hear Your Voice, Jang Hye Sung, was NOT raised that way and she got on my nerves at the beginning. There was a point when she finally said “thank you” to someone and I actually said, OUT LOUD, “How did those words taste coming out of your mouth?” Made my husband laugh and he was in a different room!
The Fangirls take a jump down south to the Phillipines (our first foray into Phillipine cinema) and watch the romantic comedy Can’t Help Falling In Love. I think we can safely say that we are now huge fans of this couple. Come join us as we chat all things accidental marriage in our latest movie review. Continue reading
Let’s address the slightly touchy, but totally obvious elephant in the room first. Ha Ji Won is 39 and Kang Min Hyuk is 26. Is there really going to be a believable romance between these two? I admit the age difference put me off, but I decided to give Hospital Ship a chance since Ha Ji Won has more than one drama example of awesomeness on her resume. So was it worth it? Continue reading
KBS2 has a new drama coming out this September, called Girls’ Generation 1979. That Korean title is gonna make it show up in some interesting web searches…. Continue reading