When high school student Min-Seok agrees to impersonate his older brother Hyung-Seok as director at the COMFO company, he gets more than he bargained for. What he thought would be a brief chapter in his life, ends up rewriting his future.
If you're reading this, I assume you are well on your way to joining myself and many other fans out there in our journey through sped up lane changes, piggyback rides, back hugs and all things K-drama.
Okay now, let’s take a look at the 2019 drama ‘Level Up’. Starring Sung Hoon as Ahn Dante Han Bo-Reum as Shin Yeon-Hwa Cha Sun-Woo [Baro of B1A4] as Kwak Han-Cheol Kang Byul as Bae Ya-Che Danny Ahn as Park Gi-Woo Player 1 Ahn Dante (Sung Hoon) works for a company specializing in restructuring companies on the brink of bankruptcy. Known as the ace in his line of work, he can boast a long list of companies that he was able to save. Estranged from his father since a young age, Dante refuses to accept his new stepmother and stepbrother. People may define him as a loner, but he would…
I would like to introduce my fellow K-drama addict R to all of you. Since joining our blog in early 2019, she has been chiefly responsible for the media portion of our posts.
A girl wanting to be loved and a boy searching for genuine affection meet again in university. Can they overcome the scars of their past and accept themselves and others for who they truly are?
Here is to our beloved K-drama villains! The ones we loved to hate during our Korean drama journey so far. Whether they were so evil that we were scared, so cliche that we cringed or just so overall complex written and acted out that we were in awe. Sometimes these villains became scene stealers and had us invested in their story just as much as the good guys. On occasion, it is also these villains that drive the story forward and without them the end product just would not be complete. This post is in recognition of the actors bringing our beloved K-drama villains to life, as well as the…
Kim Sung-Yeol walks the earth as a Guardian Vampire, something thrust upon him against his will. Using his powers and his smarts, he is about to face his most challenging enemy, the powerful vampire Gwi. Hiding her real identity behind the disguise of a male writer, Jo Yang-Sun becomes Sung-Yeol's ally and will turn out to be a key component to him succeeding.
This week we remember the horror-romantic comedy drama “Master’s Sun”. Written by the Hong sisters, my favourite K-Drama writers, it is a strong contender on my must-watch drama list; despite revolving around ghosts. Even if I watched many parts while covering my face with my hands or a pillow, I truly enjoyed the drama. Starring Gong Hyo-Jin as Tae Gong-Shil So Ji-Sub as Joo Joong-Won Seo In-Guk as Kang Woo Kim Yoo-Ri as Tae Yi-Ryung In addition to the impressive cast listed above, Kim Myung-Soo (‘L’ of Infinite) appears as the teenage Joo Joong-Won. A horror story Tae Gong-Shil (Gong Hyo-Jin) became able to see ghosts after being involved in…
A heartbroken chef and his timid employees life are turned on its head by a ghost with a grudge and a policeman with a dark secret.
Bong-Pal, a university student with the ability to see ghosts, and his new assistant, a young female ghost, work together to uncover their past. A past perhaps more connected but definitively more dangerous than they bargained for.