K-Drama Rewind: Tomorrow With You

If there’s one thing I vividly remember about Tomorrow With You, it’s the love between the main characters. Their love for each other was strong and mature. They conquered even the harshest repercussions of time traveling. Yoo So-joon (Lee Je-hoon) and Song Ma-rin (Shin Min-a) met in a peculiar coincidence but they proved that a…

Tiramisu Cake and All the Songs Dedicated to.Jenny

"Every man has a woman they can never forget." To.Jenny is a two-part music themed drama from KBS2 which stars actor Kim Sung-cheol and DIA/IOI's Jung Chae-yeon. It tells the endearing love story of Park Jung-min, a part time worker who dreams of being a famous musician but suffers from stage fright; and Kwon Na-ra, a…

K-Drama Rewind: Descendants of the Sun

There's something about re-watching an old drama that relaxes you. First, you already know the ending, so it definitely won't make you anxious anymore. You know who's the endgame or who's the killer. The plot twists don't surprise you anymore. You can finally see through the smallest of details in that scene. Second, you get…

Where Are They Now? Cast of Heartstrings

In some kind of a miracle, an OTP that didn’t get their happy ending in their first drama will get one in their next. It’s kind of a fan-service for well-loved pairings. Heartstrings is one drama that’s a gift for the fans who like the pairing of Park Shin-hye and Jung Yong-hwa from the drama…

K-Drama Rewind: Princess Hours

One of the first K-dramas that captured my heart is Princess Hours or Goong. This fairy-tale-like coming-of-age romance series isn’t perfect but there’s a lot of things about it that made it a classic and iconic K-drama. It had beautiful cinematography, an escapist yet relatable storyline, and characters who are easy to fall in love…

K-Drama Rewind: Flower Crew: Joseon Marriage Agency

K-dramaland never runs out of colorful friendships. There's always a new squad every drama season to root for. As drama fans, we are always well-fed when it comes to beautiful relationships, romantic or not. And for our latest Flashback Session, I like to feature a youth sageuk that's uncomplicated and fun, yet isn't short of…

K-Drama Rewind: Fated To Love You

Even though this was a Taiwanese drama remake, it’s arguably one of the best romantic comedies in K-dramaland. Fated To Love You aired on MBC in 2014 for 20 episodes. Its best asset was the iconic team-up of the eccentric but good-hearted chaebol hero Lee Gon (Jang Hyuk) and timid corporate slave Kim Mi-young (Jang…

K-Drama Rewind: Reply 1994

The middle child of the Reply franchise also deserves a lot of love. Seoul Rookies Creating a follow-up series from their sleeper hit drama Reply 1997 must have been a daunting task for the now-well-loved duo of Director Shin Won-ho and writer Lee Woo-jung. But it seems like they have taken the challenge seriously and…

Where Are They Now: The Cast of Personal Taste

During this time ten years ago, a K-drama couple made our hearts go dugun-dugun with their blossoming romance inside the beautiful Sanggojae. Even a decade after its premiere, we still remember some scenes from Personal Taste. It gave us, at that time, another cohabitation romance we never thought we needed. As it celebrates its tenth…

K-Drama Rewind: Let’s Fight Ghost

This drama was somewhat familiar yet different. Adapted from a webtoon, Let’s Fight Ghost tells the story of Park Bong-pal (Ok Taec-yeon) who’s a smart loner college boy by day and a part-time exorcist by night. In one of his exorcism jobs, he encounters wandering spirit Kim Hyun-ji (Kim So-hyun). From there forward, they start…

K-Drama Rewind: I Can Hear Your Voice

This drama catapulted Lee Jong-suk into stardom. Let’s find out why. At first glance, this drama seems to be a noona romance with a mind-reading fantasy theme on the side. But as the story went into full gear, it started to detach from that initial impression. The lives of the main leads Jang Hye-sung (Lee…

K-Drama Rewind: Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim (Season 1)

This series has been so successful that it warranted another season. But does it really live up to the hype? The titular role of this series belongs to Han Suk-kyu. He portrayed the role of genius surgeon Boo Yong-joo who after a tragic yet awakening moment decided to live in hiding in a countryside hospital.…