K-drama Premieres: August 2020

It's a new month! And as you can see from the extremely biased header, there's only one premiere that matters to us in August. Shi-mok and Yeo-jin, get on my screen already! 1 | Don’t Let Go of Your Mind / 놓지마 정신줄 MDL Aug 6, Thu, 10 eps, JTBC Family sitcom   Stars: Jung Sang-hoon,... Continue Reading →

K-drama Premieres: June 2020

This month is a relatively lean one for new dramas, with a tendency towards horror/thriller in genre, which feels appropriate given my own horror as I watch the brutality unfold on the streets of my home country. Wishing you all safety and health, as always. 1 | The School Nurse Files / 보건교사 안은영 MDL... Continue Reading →

We Forgot the Weekend Drama Report

Uh... so I guess the combination of Ramadan and lockdown has finally gotten to me, y'all. I'm so sorry. We still would love to hear about what you watched last week! Leave a comment below, even if it's only to mock my lack of time management. [the following is a lightly edited version of our... Continue Reading →

K-drama Premieres: March 2020

A new month, and many new premieres! Are you anticipating spring, or looking forward to fall? Wherever you are, we wish you health and comfort in the midst of this scary global health crisis. On the bright side, if you stay indoors and watch dramas, you'll probably be safe. (We are always looking for new... Continue Reading →

55. AT&T Update | Parasite | Upcoming

A long-delayed What's Up in Dramaland! Apologies, illness and all around busyness had taken us out of commission temporarily. We DON'T squee about Parasite sweeping the Oscars on here because it was recorded a right after the SAG awards, but you've seen us (and many others) flailing aplenty over that historic moment already I'm sure.... Continue Reading →

K-drama Premieres: February 2020

Upcoming in February: Tell Me What You Saw Feb 1, OCN/Netflix, 16 eps, S/S Stars: Jang Hyuk, Choi Sooyoung After an explosion takes the life of his fiancé, a reclusive former top criminal profiler teams up with a rookie detective with a photographic memory and a police chief to pursue a serial killer, who was... Continue Reading →

2010s Retrospective: The Decade in Drama

  Anisa: It's been a decade of seismic change in Korean television—if the 2000s were the birth of the English-language Hallyu wave, the 2010s changed so much about the way the industry itself worked. K-dramas began to understand that their audience didn't end at Korea's borders. Reply 1997's record-breaking success started a cable revolution in... Continue Reading →

December K-drama Premieres

It's hard to believe, but December is upon us! Look forward to our end-of-year reviews, but in the meantime, here's our very last upcoming post of 2019. We hope it was a good year for you, and that you're not too exhausted to check out a couple of new shows this month. Stove League  ... Continue Reading →


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