What's Up in Dramaland?

118. What’s Up in Dramaland – December Premieres: Our Beloved Summer | Uncle | Bad & Crazy | Snowdrop

In our final What's Up in Dreamland of the year—what.—Anisa and Paroma discuss December premieres, with a meaningful tangent about political protest. As we anticipated during recording, The Silent Sea does now have an airdate and will be dropping on Dec 24.  There are plenty of ways you can participate in Dramas Over Flowers' year-end festivities. See… Continue reading 118. What’s Up in Dramaland – December Premieres: Our Beloved Summer | Uncle | Bad & Crazy | Snowdrop

The Wild Yak

113. The Wild Yak – Web dramas and why we love them

In this Wild Yak, Anisa and Paroma talk to Tina, our friend and an aficionado of Korean web dramas, about what makes web dramas unique and appealing, the benefits and drawbacks of the format, and how they’re changing in this new era of streaming. Tina and Paroma also give Anisa some web series recommendations because… Continue reading 113. The Wild Yak – Web dramas and why we love them

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The King’s Affection Ep 1&2 Review: Subverting Tropes of Gender Bender Romance Dramas

https://youtu.be/gaWg_3TJL8s Go Ara says in Miss Hamurabi, "there are no bad or evil people, just bad or evil situations." But what about this situation? A crown prince orders the death of his own infant daughter because the royal family can't have a son who's shared a womb with a girl. Especially since that son will… Continue reading The King’s Affection Ep 1&2 Review: Subverting Tropes of Gender Bender Romance Dramas

There's Something About Dramas

A Writer’s Take on Noble Idiocy

By Anja de Jager I'm a student of Noble Idiocy. Don't get me wrong, I utterly hate it, but isn't the only thing better than learning from your own mistakes, to learn from someone else's? And, unlike most other drama problems, I put the blame for Noble Idiocy squarely on the writer. To keep my… Continue reading A Writer’s Take on Noble Idiocy

The Wild Yak

103. The Wild Yak – Navillera

Welcome to our first outing of The Wild Yak! Explanation inside! In this bitesize episode, Saya gives her closing thoughts on this little jewel of a drama that ran March-April, starring Song Kang and Park In-hwan. Spoilers inside! https://player.captivate.fm/episode/7401f8a8-f3ce-4b8a-9006-dba67322f33a Our Beloved Patrons: Egads, Steven, Lia W., Hades, Gracefulegg, Divina, Saoirse10, MCG, Humbledaisy, Eunice Choi, Jojo,… Continue reading 103. The Wild Yak – Navillera

What's Up in Dramaland?

101. Park Seo-joon in The Marvels? | Upcoming July Dramas

We're back to our regularly scheduled programming with our July issue of What's Up In Dramaland! We speculate on a casting that may or may not be true, and then we indulge in a good jabber over the handful of upcoming dramas this month. A small note: since recording, the last drama we mention as… Continue reading 101. Park Seo-joon in The Marvels? | Upcoming July Dramas

Drama Reviews

Sisyphus: The Myth: Review 13-14

Days away from the nuclear attack, Tae-sul and Seo-hae begin to finally use their knowledge of their own past attempts to change this future against Sigma. In a story where the villains are sticking hard to the timeline of previous pasts, so the future remains the same, the protagonists maybe should have started using this… Continue reading Sisyphus: The Myth: Review 13-14

Drama Reviews, First Impressions

A Drama for Every Day of the Week, and Wandering Reviews of All of ‘em

Times, Sisyphus, Vincenzo, oh my! There’s a drama for every day of the week and that is not even an exaggeration!  Because I have not yet learned wisdom, I checked out EVERYTHING. Well, everything except Hello, Me, which my youngers and betters have helpfully reviewed already: check out Paroma in a snazzy video-review, and Anisa… Continue reading A Drama for Every Day of the Week, and Wandering Reviews of All of ‘em

Drama Reviews

Sisyphus: The Myth: Episode 4 Review

A bright, new day for scavenging through a dead city with my accessorized AK-47 Badass Ninja Becomes a Real Girl I needed those first ten minutes with Seo-hae this week, wandering the streets of her post apocalyptic world, scavenging coins from corpses and humming to BTS's Spring Day, with her trusty pink machine gun and… Continue reading Sisyphus: The Myth: Episode 4 Review

Drama Reviews, There's Something About Dramas

Drama Addict Diary: Run On (Again), Pride and Prejudice, and K-Pop Novels

I have to do my due diligence and tell you that down below you may find some mild spoilers on the following dramas: Run On (up to ep.10), Pride and Prejudice (ep.7), and The Life of Saya. Of course, I say go ahead and read anyway since I am easily, like, three years behind everyone… Continue reading Drama Addict Diary: Run On (Again), Pride and Prejudice, and K-Pop Novels