The World Owes Me A First Love – Quick Review

Name: The World Owes Me A First Love Writer/director: Date: Sept 2019 Number of episodes: 24 Genre: Comedy, Romance, Workplace Based on book/manga?: Yes, First Love by An Si Yuan Why did I press play? The synopsis sounded like fun. I wanted to watch something lighthearted while waiting for new Love and Destiny episodes to air. Initial Thoughts: Xia Di … Continue reading The World Owes Me A First Love – Quick Review

Chasing Ball – First Thoughts + Update

Name: Chasing Ball Writer/director:  Date: June 2019 Number of episodes: 36 Genre: Sport, Romance, Friendship Based on book/manga?: Not sure Why did I press play? The synopsis sounded like a fun story, plus the table tennis element mixes things up. Thoughts: Again, like many slice of life dramas, the first episode is over-the-top and out of sync with … Continue reading Chasing Ball – First Thoughts + Update

Review: Exclusive Memory

Name: Exclusive Memory / Somwhere Only We Know Writer/director: Date: January 2019 Number of episodes: 24 Genre: Campus life, romance Based on book/manga?: Not sure Why did I press play? It came highly recommended Thoughts: This a unique drama. It's the character development that occurs throughout, which makes shifts the story from good too great. There are no unnecessary "filler" … Continue reading Review: Exclusive Memory

Mr. Fighting – First Thoughts

Name: Mr Fighting Writer/director: Date: July 2019 Number of episodes: 44 Genre: Comedy, Romance, Dreams Based on book/manga?: Yes, Mr Fighting by Zi You Ji Guang Why did I press play? Loved the synopsis and main cast. Initial Thoughts: This is a quick first impression of Mr. Fighting Right off the bat, this drama has a slightly indie/alternative feeling to … Continue reading Mr. Fighting – First Thoughts

Review: Terius Behind Me

Name: Terius Behind Me Writer/director: Oh Ji Young / Park Sang Hoon Date: September 2018 Number of episodes: 32 Genre: Suspense, Comedy, Mystery Based on book/manga?: No Why did I press play? Great review - comments about endearing Ajummas. A few thoughts and observations. All-round fantastic drama. Easy to watch from beginning to end. The Good: Unconventional main characters: … Continue reading Review: Terius Behind Me