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Moon Embracing the Sun – Kdrama Review

One of the two good things I can say about this drama is that it was so mediocre, I didn’t even have a hangover after I binged it. No emotional scarring? YASS! It gave me zero feels, made me incredibly mad and was stupid and predictable often times. The only saving grace was the ray […]

Full House – Kdrama Review

I had a blast watching this. It wasn’t completely devoid of faults I admit but it was a thoroughly enjoyable show. Interestingly enough, one of my absolute favorite Urdu shows of all time, Yeh Raha Dil, which aired last year, is actually a remake of this korean drama. I had read people compare the two […]

Scarlet Heart: Ryeo – Kdrama Review

I was apprehensive at the idea of watching this, the reason being that the show didn’t do so great despite having a fan following. Once you read something like that it imprints a certain image in your mind. I thought the show would be bad. That wasn’t the case, for the most part. The show […]

6 Ways “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” Provides Healing and Joy

Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha has cha cha cha’d its way to being my #1 pick this year for ‘K-Drama that will change your life for the better’. This, my friends, was therapy for a therapist.  It came at a time when the world (including myself) was watching Squid Game.  While Squid Game portrayed a dystopian society, Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha […]

Blackpink: Light Up the Sky on Netflix!

Blackpink’s own original documentary film is now available to stream on Netflix! The film follows each member’s journey from their very beginning pre-training days all the way to their universal star status success today. The much anticipated film promises a humanizing glimpse at the tradeoffs made to achieve success, which includes a training program that […]

Film Review | The Innocence and Cruelty of Children in ‘The World of Us’

South Korea has one of the highest suicide rates in the world, much of which is attributed to intense social pressures. Director Yoon Ga-eun’s debut feature film shows childhood isn’t so simple. Before we see them, we hear them: “Rock, scissors, paper. Rock, scissors, paper,” the soft thump of fists against palms as children pick […]

Variety: Lee Min Ho Among Six Cast in Min Jin Lee’s ‘Pachinko’ Series at Apple

Apple has officially announced the cast for its “Pachinko” series, with Korean superstar Lee Min Ho among those starring in the series. Set to begin production on Oct. 26, “Pachinko” is an adaptation of the Min Jin Lee novel of the same name. It chronicles the hopes and dreams of four generations of a Korean immigrant […]

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