Double Date: K-Dramas with Second Couples

Who needs a frustrating love triangle when you can have a main couple and second couple instead? Okay, okay, we admit, we have a love-hate relationship with love triangles too. But most of the time, it’s just more fun to watch well-written characters fall in love with the right person instead of insisting on their…

The Curious Ahjumma: Writing Habits

We all love good stories. We consume them in all types of formats. Here, in this little corner of the Internet, we love our Korean-made dramas. The reason is a combination of storytelling, acting, and overall production. Among these, storytelling is the ultimate deal-breaker for me on whether I’ll like a certain series or not.…

Best of the Decade: Maknae’s Favorite K-dramas (2010-2019)

A few days ago, we finally entered a new decade and left the 2010s behind. It left us with memories we treasured and moments that mold us into who we are today. And I, a self-confessed fangirl, would always look back to these ten years as the years of my best fangirling days. Korean dramas…

Love Strings: Top 10 Unforgettable K-Drama OSTs

This was originally posted on our Facebook Page in 2017. There's no doubt that music gives color to every scene. It can either make you cry or make your heart thump, but it will always tug your emotional strings. Here's our Top 10 Most Memorable K-Drama OSTs. Goblin: The Lonely and Great God I Miss…

Movie Review: How Be With You (2018) Gave Love a Whole New Meaning

It's already the rainy season once again here in this side of the world, and instead of watching some feel-good flicks to brighten up the gloomy mood, my masochistic self is demanding me to see a melodrama. So for this edition of K-Movie Corner, we're gonna witness a sad yet beautiful love story that is…

K-Drama Rewind: Master’s Sun

We are currently celebrating the November scare in our blog, so I thought of another memorable drama to feature for a fun Grumpy Flashback edition. And who would say no to Gong Hyo-jin unnie, right? She is very well-known as a versatile actress, not only in romance or melodrama, but also in the horror genre!…

Movie Review: The Spell That Made Us All Fall for Spellbound (2011)

Having the ability to see what normal people don't like ghosts and other unworldly things, is it a curse or a gift? Well, it depends on how you look at it. If you'd consider this as something that could save lives or bring justice to restless souls, then it's a gift. But if you'd see this…

Movie Review: The Beautiful and the Not-So-Beautiful Sides of 200 Pounds Beauty (2006)

Let's face it. We all live in a society where good looks are an advantage, resulting to the current popularity of plastic surgery and other procedures among people who want to improve their physical appearance. This new norm of plastic beauty is a strong proof that the world is becoming more and more superficial. Our…