Category Archives: Critique

That Man Oh Soo: Musings on the Finale

♫♫ Listening Suggestion: Mirah’s “Archipelago” When JTBC’s Misty ended I was angry and disappointed because I felt the ending was a negation of everything the show had given the audience thus far; but for That Man Oh Soo I feel

That Man Oh Soo: Musings on the Finale

♫♫ Listening Suggestion: Mirah’s “Archipelago” When JTBC’s Misty ended I was angry and disappointed because I felt the ending was a negation of everything the show had given the audience thus far; but for That Man Oh Soo I feel

GD’s “One of A Kind”: Musings on Looking For Meaning Kpop

If Psy’s “Gangnam Style” (which is practically a mini kdrama in itself) is any indication, Hallyu isn’t about to slow down any time soon, despite what I would describe as a rather lackluster past couple drama seasons. (Where are our cracktastic

GD’s “One of A Kind”: Musings on Looking For Meaning Kpop

If Psy’s “Gangnam Style” (which is practically a mini kdrama in itself) is any indication, Hallyu isn’t about to slow down any time soon, despite what I would describe as a rather lackluster past couple drama seasons. (Where are our cracktastic

The Princess’s Man Critique Part I

The strongest, most consistent and well-developed theme in The Princess’s Man is that of love: whether we love a thing or a person (Prince Suyang loves power while his daughter loves Seung Yoo); whether our love is manifested through a desire for

The Princess’s Man Critique Part I

The strongest, most consistent and well-developed theme in The Princess’s Man is that of love: whether we love a thing or a person (Prince Suyang loves power while his daughter loves Seung Yoo); whether our love is manifested through a desire for