Category Archives: K-drama

Personal Takeaways from the K-drama Clean with Passion for Now

Most, if not all of us, have become germophobes these days because of COVID-19. For 8 months now since lockdown has started last March, my regular quarantine day starts with this morning ritual: wiping our doorknobs, light switches, and kitchen … Continue reading

Posted in Clean with Passion for Now, Germophobia, K-drama, Mysophobia, Personal Takeaways, Yoon Kyun-sang | Leave a comment

Why You Should Watch The Moon Embracing the Sun

I have no idea who Kim Soo-hyun is prior to watching It’s Okay to Not Be Okay. Curiosity got the better of me, so I searched for his name online and learned that he is Korea’s highest paid actor for … Continue reading

Posted in 48th Baeksang Arts Awards, Han Ga-in, Historical Drama, K-drama, Kim Soo-Hyun, Kim Yoo-jung, Korean Drama, Netflix, The Moon Embracing the Sun, Yeo Jin-goo | Leave a comment

K-drama Feature: When the Camellia Blooms

When the Camellia Blooms primarily revolves around the life of Dongbaek (Gong Hyo-Jin), a single mom and an orphan, who opens up a bar in the fictional town of Ongsan to raise her son Pil-gu (Kim Kang-Hoon). Dongbaek bears the … Continue reading

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