Yumi’s Cells is such a cute and fresh drama. It’s not specifically a romance but for me it’s like a slice of life that shows us how cells work in Yumi’s body to address all of her life issues. The cells are shown with super cute animation. Based on the same webtoon, Yumi’s Cells, this drama is well excuted for me. And I can say it’s a must watch if you’re a regular Korean Drama viewers.Read More »
A friend recommended this movie to me. Such a warmhearted light story, released in 2018. About Hak Su (Park Jung Min) who is a rapper, fails 6-time on Show Me The Money, a popular rap competition tv show. He left his hometown to survive in Seoul. One day, he got a phone call from someone that his father has stroke in his hometown.
At first he ignores that call. But finally he decides to come home. On the way hometown, there’s a rap song playing as background music that pretty much sums up what has happened between Hak su, his father and his hometown.Read More »
I love it that I decided to watch this romantic movie. A netflix original film starring Jung Hae In and Kim Go Eun. The story is focus on both of them. We’ll be driven to follow their love journey. From the first impression, ups and down and how it ends.
1994. The story begins on the first day when singer Yoo Yeol becomes the DJ for radio program “Music Album,” Mi Soo (Kim Go Eun) meets Hyun Woo (Jung Hae In) who’s just released from detention centre. Hired as a part-timer at Mi Soo’s bakery store, they become close to each other and develop romantic feelings. One day, Hyun Wo’s friends come to the store and bring Hyun Woo out. Mi Soo seems sad, thinks Hyun Wo wouldn’t comeback.Read More »