Korean Drama Throwback
Join us on a trip down Korean Drama memory lane as we remember the stories that caught our eye 10 years ago.
Neither Si-Joon nor the unsuspecting Min-Woo could have guessed, what a force to be reckoned with this unassuming 'Ahjumma' will turn into.
Fed up with being pushed around and used by others, Mi-Rae decides it is time to step out of her comfort zone to let her opinions be heard.
Seol Gong Chan is sitting on a plane waiting for takeoff when a girl gets on and causes a commotion. While airport personnel and flight attendants seem concerned about the distressed girl, Gong Chan is not fooled by her acting.
Welcome to our ‘Korean Drama Throwback’ series, featuring reviews for dramas that aired 10 years ago. We look forward to sharing some of the great dramas of the past and it’s protagonists with you. Being in love with Korean dramas for well over a decade now, it is time for some official reminiscing. Fasten your seat belts and join us on this journey down Korean drama memory lane. Our chosen drama this week is ‘Coffee Prince’ (literal title: ‘1st Shop of Coffee Prince’). ‘The 1st shop of Coffee Prince’ is based on a novel by Lee Sun-Mi and commonly referred to as ‘Coffee Prince’. Episodes: 17 Original Release Date: July…
For as long as he can remember, Cha Bong-Gun has dreamed of one day becoming a professional soccer player. Life seemed to be determined to throw him of his course to achieve his dream. Joining forces with a determined sports manager, he may just be able to overcome all the odds.
'Goong/Princess Hours': Four young people struggle to find themselves in a world where political ambitions run rampant. Enemies and allies alike consider emotions a sign of weakness. Love is perceived the biggest weakness of them all and only a fool would choose to follow his heart.
Go Mi-Nyeo is about to wreck havoc on the [formerly] organized dorm life of the A.N.Jell members.
'When it's at night' is a captivating story featuring a strong female character. The drama does also have a ample supply of quirky characters. Although most of them very cliché, they are none the less entertaining and do provide plenty of comic relief.
A outspoken pastry chef and a seemingly aloof restaurant owner learn about life and love as they work together in 'My Lovely Sam Soon'.
Forced to earn a living himself after years of living off his grandmother, a spoiled heir discovers real love and friendships.