‘Goblin’ co-stars Lee Dong-wook, Yoo In-na reunite in new drama

The dramagods are in our favor! Lee Dong-wook (Life) and Yoo In-na (The Lonely Shining Goblin) are now confirmed to star in the upcoming tvN legal romantic comedy Touch Your Heart (working title). Other news outlets identify the drama title as Reach of Sincerity (literal translation), which is actually a popular webtoon of the same name. Touch Your Heart…

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Yoo In-na offered to star in new KBS drama

There's a chance we will soon be seeing Yoo In-na (Goblin) in a brand new drama for the first time in two years! This is following YG Entertainment's confirmation that an offer has been sent to the actress to lead the upcoming KBS drama Hitting on the Blind Boss. It has also been reported that she…

West Meets East: Top 10 English Songs Used in K-Dramas

The term language barrier never existed to us K-Drama drunkards. May it be watching the latest episodes without a sub or singing Korean OSTs with all of our hearts. It never mattered if we get the lyrics wrong nor if we are out of tune. But from time to time, the K-Drama gods bless us,…

Waiting for Oblivion: Top 10 K-Drama Quotes for the Ones Left Behind

Oblivion: the fact or condition of not remembering. A fictional character in one of my favorite young adult novels once stated that he fears oblivion. I used to think the same. But one day I woke up with bloodshot eyes, stared at the ceiling for a few hours, and wished for oblivion to come. Here's…

Tipsy Findings: Top 10 Locations Used by Different Dramas

Have you ever watched a drama and felt like something seems too familiar? You'll grow restless for a while and dig deep into your memory thinking that you've seen it somewhere before.  You may even believe that it's déjà vu, but chances are you've been lured by the K-Drama genies in their maze of filming…

Escaping Nugudom: Top 10 Rising Oppas of 2017

Nugu (누구) - this term literally means "who" in Korean but is often used to describe those who are unpopular or unknown. Let's list down our Top 10 Oppas who escaped nugudom this year. Though some of them may be familiar or a bit known to us, their popularity reached new heights this 2017.  Jung…

K-Drama Reaction: Black | Finale

Another grim reaper has found his happy ever after. THE GREATEST SACRIFICE Though the ending felt a bit too good to be true, my heart still rejoices for Kang Ha-ram (Go Ara) and Black (Song Seung-hun). How can I even question their happy ending when I'm fully aware of all the hardships and unfair treatment…

K-Drama Reaction: Black | Episode 17

Black is Kim Joon. Yes, that's right! The cold-hearted grim reaper's mortal self is none other than Kang Ha-ram's Joon oppa. LOST AND FOUND Black's (Song Seung-hun) real identity as a mortal is finally revealed. He is Joon, the boy Kang Ha-ram (Go Ara) had loved dearly since she was a little girl. Woah. Can…

K-Drama Reaction: Black | Episode 16

If you think you could get away with your evil deeds, think again because the universe definitely has its own way of making sinners pay. BUSTED I was cheering on Black (Song Seung-hun) when he planted punches on the shameless presidential candidate Kim Yeon-seok's face. I was actually a bit disappointed when he stopped because…

K-Drama Reaction: Black | Episode 15

WHAT. THE. HECK. THE REAL MASTERMIND I feel like my whole experience of watching Black is a lie. I thought it was Oh Man-ho (Choi Min-chul) who ordered all those murders to cover up his father's sexual affairs with minors 20 years ago. But it was revealed that it was actually presidential candidate Kim Yeon-seok who is…