I’ve been listening to some K-rnb and K-hiphop a lot lately. I usually casual listener… so I can say I’m “pandemic fan” lol. I remember started not too long ago with pH-1 music and he brought me to GRAY and Loco. Well actually Loco was featured on Jung Yong Hwa’s song That Girl (2017), but that time I didn’t really pay much attention, I just knew him as a good rapper and proud that Yonghwa my ult bias can make music featuring him.Read More »
What an experience. Binge-watching 9 eps of Squid Game is so tense and super interesting. Not only I can feel the game they are playing, but I feel like I can understand each of the characters. Starting from Gi Hun (Lee Jung Jae) whose life is so messed up: in debt, a gambler, divorced with the condition he can’t be a good ‘dad’ to his only daughter, still depends on his mother.Read More »
Another awesome series from Netflix. D.P., a 6 episode series starring Jung Hae In as Ahn Jun Ho, a soldier who is quite and calm person. He tries to avoid fighting with other soldier. One day Seargent Park Boem Gu (Kim Sung Kyun) assigned him to DP (Deserter Pursuit) team. The mission of the team is to catch deserter (read: a member of the armed forces who deserts; a member of a military force who abandons service without leave). He then meets Corporal Han Ho Yeol (Koo Kyo Hwan). Seargent Park looks cold but he really takes care of DP team.Read More »
I’m not watching many doramas, but this one is good. Starring a 5 years old kid, it brings out so much lesson-learneds for us while it’s also entertaining. About the unpopular manga writer, Shin Karino (Yu Yokoyama) who lives in an apartment complex suddenly finds out that there is a 5 year old kid, Kotaro Sato (Eito Kawahara) just moved in beside his house and lives alone. He’s so curious how can a kid lives by himself and eventually their interaction makes them closer. Not only both of them, the interaction between Kotaro and the ones who live in the apartment complex is interesting too.Read More »
Never expect before I become this drama’s fans. I like it that this drama is flowing naturally and heartwarming. I mean this is kind of slice of life drama that I like. Not too much and not too heavy. Youth drama that I like, I think so long after ‘Age of Youth’.
Not really familiar with the cast except Bae In Hyuk, but I like them. The drama is about about university students with their backstory, love life and goals. Yeo Jun (Park Ji Hoon), Nam Soo Hyun (Bae In Hyuk), and Kim So Bin (Kang Minah) become friends.Read More »