14 Nov 2014

Episode 1 Review: Pinocchio (2014)

Nothing’s better than a rainy evening while every single sound of the storm feels distinctive and invigorating; the wind, the sonorous thunderbolts, the rain. Especially when you treasure the moments with the first episode of one of the most anticipated South Korean dramas this year. I’m referring to SBS’ Pinocchio

12 Nov 2014

Birth of a Beauty – first impression (no spoilers)

After Finishing “My lovely Girl” ,I had the great dilemma wich drama to start next…Haven’t yet watched “The Greatest marriage” , which I really want to and with so many good dramas that are airing right now (Incomplete Life , Mr Baek , Modern Farmer , Liar Game etc ).I had

11 Nov 2014

My Lovely Girl review

I’ve been expecting My lovely girl since August when the cast was announce.I dont know why, but I was very excited to see Rain,Krystal Hoya and L in one drama. I know a lot of people are against idols acting but I’m ok with it as long as they try their best

08 Nov 2014

Episode 2 Review: Mr. Back (2014)

OK, i thought my stomach would explode from laughter while watching the second episode of Mr. Back. I haven’t laughed that much since Fated To Love You. Almost every scene was triggering a chain reaction that could lead to only one result, an outburst of laughter. Ha Soo wakes up

08 Nov 2014

Episode 1 Review: Mr. Back (2014)

Ya! Choi Go Bong! You are an old fart. Yes you are. A nasty one. You  dislike everything, the people around you, the trees, the bees, the rivers, the seas, the whole universe, even your reflection in the mirror. Yet, there are two things you do like, yourself and money,

06 Nov 2014

1 Litre of Tears ~ Hours of my life (reviews)


05 Nov 2014

Thoughts so far: The Greatest Marriage (2014)

OK, let’s be honest here. I started The Greatest Marriage just for fun because i couldn’t think of something else to watch at that time. Of course, some recommendations helped me to start it in the first place. It was already reaching the 8th episode, so since it was half

02 Nov 2014

Review: Dakishimetai – Shinjitsu no Monogatari (2014)

Slice of life themes have an emotional intensity of their own. Yet, it’s not easy for a movie to be successful in this specific field. In order to depict in the most appropriate manner the main core of the theme a lot of effort must be put in and the

28 Oct 2014

Review: Still The Water (2014)

Naomi Kawase’s highly-anticipated Still The Water movie made its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on May 20, 2014. The story takes place on the subtropical Japanese island Amami Oshima where our main figures and the people surrounding them come face to face with various phases of the cycle

25 Oct 2014

Episode 1 & 2 Review: Gomen ne Seishun! (2014)

Gomen ne Seishun! It’s here and it’s so vivid that there’s no way it could stop transmitting magnificent signals through your eyes’ retina! Kudo Kankuro’s new drama on TBS saw the light of day (or a Sunday’s glowing moonlight to be more precise) on the 12th of October, 2014 and