The Penthouse: War In Life is a kdrama that is over the top and super dramatic. And that's why I love it. Here's why you might too!
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LGBTQ+ Representation In Kdramas
Itaewon Class: Why I Love Park Sae-Ro-Yi
Itaewon Class was one of the best kdramas of 2020 (yet) and Park Sae-Ro-Yi one of my favourite male protagonists ever. This post focuses on why. You can check out my in-depth kdrama review of Itaewon Class here. And now… 1. Courage to live life on his terms Following your beliefs, ambition…it’s not all glorious or… Continue reading Itaewon Class: Why I Love Park Sae-Ro-Yi
Kdrama Review: It’s Okay To Not Be Okay
This show was not just entertainment for me. It wasn’t just some cheesy romance. It taught me about life, people and myself. It taught me about family, sacrifices and art. It taught me that no matter how many people rely on me or how much I mean to someone, I belong to myself. Hargun belongs… Continue reading Kdrama Review: It’s Okay To Not Be Okay
Kdrama Review: Her Private Life
One of the best Kdramas of 2019 You know when you want adult kdramas that are relatable but also give you all the butterflies and are funny? Her Private Life is the epitome of it. Plot This kdrama starts off by introducing us to Sung Deok Mi, a 30-something art curator who seems to live… Continue reading Kdrama Review: Her Private Life
9 Reasons To Watch The Kdrama My Father Is Strange
Yes, this IS a family drama and yes, it DOES have 52 episodes of an hour each. But my god, people, this k-drama is GOLD. This k-drama follows a family – the parents and their four adult children who live with them. And what happens to their family when their father’s past comes to light.… Continue reading 9 Reasons To Watch The Kdrama My Father Is Strange
Everything I Love About Itaewon Class
One of the best kdramas of 2020 yet It would be a better experience if you hit play on this and listen to it while reading this post. https://www.youtube.com/embed/O0StKlRHVeE?version=3&rel=1&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&fs=1&hl=en&autohide=2&wmode=transparent I love how this show had 2 strong female leads instead of the typical two strong male leads. And by strong I mean they were both… Continue reading Everything I Love About Itaewon Class
Kdrama Review: Hello, Me!
I am not going to lie. When I read up about Hello, me! // Annyeong, naya! , I did not think I would like it. While the concept sounded intriguing, it had been done before in different ways like in 17 Again or 13 Going On 30. But I gave this kdrama a try anyway… Continue reading Kdrama Review: Hello, Me!