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 »
Gosh I finally can write this. My queue is long and I think I can only share a little what I think about this fave drama, cos it’s a must try drama for me.
One thing I love about K-drama is they have various themes. We have a lot of Law dramas, but for this case, Law School is very interesting for me. I think this is my first law school drama, usually we only watch crime drama with lawyer/prosecutor background. Law School is something beyond my expectation and makes me fall in love with the cast.
Vincenzo is kinda drama that everybody loves. At least most of the people I know like it. So I won’t actually write synopsis, revew or recap. Vincenzo in my opinion is kind of a complete package that can entertain viewers with the plot, comedy scenes (like blood and pistols everywhere), some touching story, crime, unique characters, visuals (of course who can ignore Song Joong Ki’s charm) and even there’s light romance that sparks our heart. Yup, I like all the characters in the drama even the viallin is so villain like we want to burn them.Read More »
Based on a popular Chinese Series with the same title, A Love So Beautiful (2017), the Korean Version is seemingly lighter than the original one. Airing in kakaotv and netflix, this drama uses Kim Jong Kook’s song Loveable (2005) as the opening song, now covered by SinB from GFriend. It sounds so fresh and young.Read More »