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I think it’s pretty obvious whom I’m watching this drama for. Oh Han Kang, you of the semi-transparent shower pod, I swear if you don’t get some soon, you are going to spontaneously combust from all your crazy, pent-up emotions. More Han Kang goodness after the cut! (more…)
This week’s premise is simple: If these two ended up in the same drama universe, who would get the girl? (more…)
You know there’s something special about a drama when it has you dreading the finale and hoping beyond all hope that some chain-smoking bigwig will give the go-ahead to extend it by a few more episodes. Surely there’s enough juice for at least four more? What about Yong-ha and Cho-sun’s back stories? Don’t tell me you’re going to cram everything into the last four episodes!
I can’t believe I’m going through withdrawal symptoms even before it’s over.
Oh God, what are you doing to me, Sungkyunkwan Scandal? (more…)
In The Woman Who Still Wants to Marry, Da Jung is constantly fretting that she has no one to eat agwi (angler fish) with. I came across this hilarious comic by The Oatmeal via the excellent foodie site Seoul Eats and let’s just say that I’ll never look at an angler fish the same way again.
(Please click on the picture to read the comic.)
This is what would have happened if Sungkyunkwan Scandal had been directed by a fan girl high on crack. Warning: This is a massive exercise in stupidity. Please check your brain at the door and be sure not to hit your head on the way in! (more…)
Back when I was a wee young thing, I lived for the Thundercats, Jem and the Holograms, He-Man, She-Ra and Silverhawks. I’d record the cartoons and then re-watch them religiously every single day. There was nothing I wanted more than to be able to run as fast as Cheetara and have Jerrica Benton’s earrings so I could transform into a rocker chick with pink hair and be Lady Gaga’s fashion inspiration. So recently, I was feeling nostalgic and decided to revisit my favourite childhood cartoons.
All I can say is this: Did someone spike the water with crack, or what? (more…)