First Impression: Yumi’s Cells

Drama Profile Title: Yumi’s CellsMain Cast: Kim Go-eun, Ahn Bo-hyun, Lee Yu-bi, Park Jin-youngWriter: Kim Yoon-joo (Find Me In Your Memory)PD: Lee Sang-yeob (A Piece of Your Mind)Timeslot: Friday and Saturday 22:50Network: tvNEpisodes: 14Genre: Psychological-romance Plot Synopsis: Based on the hit webtoon by Song Jae-jung, the story of Yumi’s Cells revolves around Kim Yu-mi, an…

Kim Go-eun confirmed for “Yumi’s Cells”

Kim Go-eun (The King: Eternal Monarch) has been confirmed to lead the drama adaptation of the hit webtoon “Yumi’s Cells” (literal translation). Based on the hit webtoon of the same name, “Yumi’s Cells” is about the life of Yu-mi (to be played by Kim Go-eun), an average office employee, but told from the point of view…

Movie Review: Sunset In My Hometown

Sometimes we have to look back so we can move forward. Sunset In My Hometown started in unfamiliar territory for me: the world of rap music. The movie’s main character Hak-soo (Park Jeong-min) is a rapper who has participated in popular TV show Show Me The Money for six consecutive years. He’s considered good in…

The King: Eternal Monarch | Series Review

All hail to this series that should be treated as royalty among dramas this year! His Past The King: Eternal Monarch had a really solid premiere with its mysterious plot and interesting characters. The main plot was anchored on Lee Gon’s (Lee Min-ho) tragic past. It introduced us to the conflict right away which immediately…

First Impression: The King: Eternal Monarch | Episodes 1-2

A highly anticipated drama finally premiered. Is it really worth the hype? Drama Profile Title: The King: Eternal Monarch Main Cast: Lee Min-ho, Kim Go-eun, Woo Do-hwan, Jung Eun-chae, and Lee Jung-jin Writer: Kim Eun-sook (previous series: Mr. Sunshine, Goblin, Descendants of the Sun, The Heirs) PD: Baek Sang-hoon (previous series: Love in the Moonlight;…

In Spotlight: Kim Go-eun Filmography

Many think Kim Go-eun is an unconventional beauty, but this actress also has an exceptional versatility when it comes to acting. She has done a variety of genres both in TV and film and has given life to each and every character outstandingly. So for this week’s IN SPOTLIGHT, let’s have a look at the…

K-Lookbook: Short Hair Transformations

If you’re a woman, there’s a good chance that you were given some unsolicited opinion about the way you look, the way you dress, and the way you style your hair. Most often than not, such unwanted comments will ramp up when a woman made a drastic change in her hairstyle; like cutting it really…

Who Are You? Pre-debut Pics of our Fave Actresses

Before they even become the sassy Cheon Song-yi or the adorkable Kim Bok-joo, these actresses certainly did not lack in the visuals department. Let's take a look at some of the pre-debut photos of our favorite leading ladies. ❤ Jun Ji-hyun (born Wang Ji-hyun) ❤ Song Hye-kyo ❤ Ha Ji-won (born Jeon Hae-rim) ❤ Gong Hyo-jin…

K-Drama Rewind: Cheese in the Trap

Did you ever feel so disappointed with a drama's ending that you felt robbed? You've invested so much time and ~feelings~ that despite the drama's rise and fall, you would still wish it well and hoped for a decent ending. If you haven't felt this ever, you are one lucky fan because that's the case…

K-Lookbook: Most Stylish Unearthly K-Drama Characters

Halloween is one of those celebrations that is loved by everyone around the world. Whether you are a scaredy-cat or a brave person, you'll still get the Halloween bug and start searching for good costumes, sweet candy treats, and best horror flicks. If you're new to the world Korean dramas, you would probably wonder why…

K-Lookbook: Gong Yoo (Goblin)

From being a prince-like cafe owner to a selfless father, Gong Yoo has never failed to amaze fangirls and fanboys alike. He is excellent on embodying his fictional character that you will never compare his roles from previous projects. That is why the Ahjummamshies squad unanimously loves him. But one thing is noticeable with Gong…

K-Culture: Lesson 2 – Korean Kinship Terms

The infamous Korean term 'oppa' has been used by so many fangirls that a rookie K-Drama fan is probably confuse of the word's proper usage. In K-dramaverse, there are a lot of other ways a character addresses his/her interlocutor and determining what term to use highly depends on age, seniority, and social status. There are tons…