The King: Eternal Monarch // Kdrama review

This was the MOST anticipated drama of 2020. The King: The Eternal Monarch was in to-wait and watch lists of many viewers right from the beginning of this year. Not only is the story intriguing—following treachery and love across parallel universes, it also stars two of the most popular actors: Lee Min-ho and Kim Go-eun.

Kill Me, Heal Me // Kdrama review

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It's official. I have found my new #1 Kdrama. Kill Me, Heal Me has replaced W: Two Worlds as my top Kdrama. I watched this Korean drama on the recommendation of my friend's sister, who raved about it. And I'm SO GLAD. I had college going on when I watched this and I binged it every free moment I got. Two episodes in and I loved it already.

School 2013 // Kdrama review

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At this point, I was totally into Kdramas. It's a new world where the shows end after a certain number of episodes, without having upcoming seasons or spin-offs. It's a good thing, but also a bad thing when the shows are too damn good. School 2013 was one of the mediocre dramas that I've watched. I watched it because it stars Lee Jong-suk and Kim Woo-bin, and it was said to be the drama due to which they became best friends.

While You Were Sleeping // Kdrama review

I am obsessed. Completely obsessed. I wasn't really interested in watching Korean dramas before but after a LOT of insistence from my friend (thanks Sabs!) I finally agreed to watch it, and I fell in love with it. I binged this show in two days and did NOTHING else. I don't think I could have even if I tried because it completely drew me in and I could not stop watching it...