How episode 1 of “Twenty twenty” shows Korean culture

“Twenty twenty”‘s out! I was an avid fan of the “A-teen” series, especially of Kim Hana (played by Lee Naeun). So when I read the news that Lee Naeun was starring in episode 1 of “Twenty twenty”, I cautiously went on Naver TV to watch just episode 1. Before I knew it, I’d finished watchingContinue reading “How episode 1 of “Twenty twenty” shows Korean culture”

Korean law shown through drama “Flower of Evil”

When the movie “The King and the Clown” was released in South Korea (2005), men and women left cinemas awestruck by the beauty of 23 year old rookie actor Lee Jun Ki. Much understandably so… Loads of Korean idols and actors with dazzling looks grace our Instagram feeds and TV screens nowadays, but I thinkContinue reading “Korean law shown through drama “Flower of Evil””

“Secret Royal Inspector” drama: historical context

Kim Myung Soo (Infinite L) and Kwon Nara are acting in a new historical drama “Secret Royal Inspector”. L is likely to star as a royal inspector of Joseon, and Kwon Nara as an intelligent, beautiful gisaeng. For more information, you can check out this website. Kwon Nara is most famous for her roles asContinue reading ““Secret Royal Inspector” drama: historical context”

How & whys of Seo Ye Ji’s fashion in drama “It’s okay to not be okay”

Seo Ye Ji in the drama “It’s okay not to be okay” plays Go Mun Yeong, an unpredictable, fiery-tempered beautiful female lead who seems frighteningly cold-hearted and brutal but with a closer look, even surprisingly vulnerable and loveable. Portraying a rich and popular author of children’s books, Seo Ye Ji is often dressed in clothesContinue reading “How & whys of Seo Ye Ji’s fashion in drama “It’s okay to not be okay””