The Little Yak

83. The Little Yak – Run On

Anisa and Paroma talk about the first 8 episodes of #kdrama Run On and why they're hooked to this story. The drama stars Im Shi-wan (the famous maknae from Misaeng) and Shin Se-kyung (Rookie Historian Goo Hae-ryung) and their chemistry and building romance is making our January a lot better than expected. https://soundcloud.com/akdramapodcast/83-the-little-yak-run-on 35:28 Spoiler… Continue reading 83. The Little Yak – Run On

Drama Reviews

18 Again: Episodes 15-16 Review

Why do good dramas have to come to an end? That’s my biggest complaint about 18 Again right now. But it’s also true that when you drag out your goodbyes, they lose their potency, and although the drama really worked hard to stretch itself over sixteen episodes, the finale was nothing short of perfection. Saner,… Continue reading 18 Again: Episodes 15-16 Review

Drama Reviews

18 Again: Episodes 11-12 Review

These two episodes blow in with a slightly different tang to previous weeks, and while the plot somewhat slows down, there are a lot of great moments for secondary characters to shine and grow...or sing and make sweet yet horribly embarrassing idiots of themselves—take your pick! While I watched like a shallow fangirl, Saner and… Continue reading 18 Again: Episodes 11-12 Review

Drama Reviews

Record of Youth: Episodes 13-14 Review

After the last two episodes, our Saya decided to take a break from Record of Youth to preserve her sanity. She can be currently found in greener and more nourishing pastures over at the reviews of 18 Again. But I clearly have less sense, so here we are. Volunteering to brave the last two weeks… Continue reading Record of Youth: Episodes 13-14 Review

Drama Reviews

18 Again: Episodes 9-10 Review

It's another week of tragicomedy and feeling in 18 Again. Anisa has finally caught up—just in time to join me and Saner in our collective flailing! The show brings a lot of big drama this week, but jumps in and out so fast that you barely get wet. Instead, a few running plot points converge… Continue reading 18 Again: Episodes 9-10 Review

Drama Reviews, First Impressions

Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol: Episodes 1-4 Review

We’ll be doing these First Impressions reviews occasionally on the blog—not full weekly coverage, but just a review of Episodes 1-4 to get a sense of a drama’s story, tone, and direction. If you’ve been following us for a while, you’ll know that I will watch anything Lee Jae-wook does, so it’s probably no surprise… Continue reading Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol: Episodes 1-4 Review

Drama Reviews, First Impressions

Drama Addict Diary: More Than Friends, Episodes 1-4 Overview

Editor's note: Saya here! Popping in to say: please welcome our first solo guest-post! We've been planning to open up our blog to showcase different fandom voices, and while that's lurking in the pipeline of all the work we are trying to get through, I thought it would be nice to jump the queue and… Continue reading Drama Addict Diary: More Than Friends, Episodes 1-4 Overview

Drama Reviews

18 Again: Episodes 7-8 Review

18 Again reaches the halfway mark this week, and this show continues to leave me speechless in so many moments. What a perfect two hours of television, and isn’t this show so darn underrated? Saner joins me again this week to talk out all of our feelings—the love, the sadness, the regret, and the exquisite… Continue reading 18 Again: Episodes 7-8 Review

Drama Reviews, Uncategorized

Record of Youth: Episodes 11-12 Review

We’re not allowed to put spoilers in this part of the post, so I’m just going to go ahead and tell you guys that this week was a week of drama where drama happened. Hye-joon had drama. Jung-ha had drama. Hae-hyo had drama. Some of them had drama together. Some of the drama was all… Continue reading Record of Youth: Episodes 11-12 Review

Drama Reviews

18 Again: Episodes 1-6 Review

18 Again is JTBC’s currently airing Monday-Tuesday drama based on the 2009 American film, 17 Again, starring Zac Efron. I’M TELLING YOU GUYS: this show is the most wholesome, heartwarming, heartachey show on TV right now, and if you aren’t watching it already, you should. It’s funny and painful in all the right places, and… Continue reading 18 Again: Episodes 1-6 Review