Category Archives: Genre Considerations

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

When a Man Loves a Woman and Other Gangster Musings

When a Man Loves a Woman is a shameless romance masquerading as a gangster melodrama. I love it in all it’s cheesyness. I want love onscreen people! It’s springtime which means time for romance! WMLW is fulfilling my desire. I

When a Man Loves a Woman and Other Gangster Musings

When a Man Loves a Woman is a shameless romance masquerading as a gangster melodrama. I love it in all it’s cheesyness. I want love onscreen people! It’s springtime which means time for romance! WMLW is fulfilling my desire. I

Biscuit Teacher Star Candy: First Impressions (Episodes 1-4)

Another day, another noona romance! And what better than a bit of Gong Yoo bad boy cuteness to compliment some foxy adorableness? And just in time for his return to dramas, too. I don’t even understand what’s happening in the

Biscuit Teacher Star Candy: First Impressions (Episodes 1-4)

Another day, another noona romance! And what better than a bit of Gong Yoo bad boy cuteness to compliment some foxy adorableness? And just in time for his return to dramas, too. I don’t even understand what’s happening in the

On Kdramas, Jdoramas, & Hungry!

I’ve just started to get back into watching Japanese dramas after a summer and fall filled with cracktastic Korean ones. Mmmm, City Hunter, Scent of a Woman, Me Too Flower. They occupied, and occupy, so much of my imagination and energy that when

On Kdramas, Jdoramas, & Hungry!

I’ve just started to get back into watching Japanese dramas after a summer and fall filled with cracktastic Korean ones. Mmmm, City Hunter, Scent of a Woman, Me Too Flower. They occupied, and occupy, so much of my imagination and energy that when

Me Too, Flower: Musings on Genre –The OTP Drama

Over at Dramafever Me Too, Flower is described as proving “the power of love to defeat cynicism and boredom,” and having finished watching the show I’m inclined to agree. Me Too Flower is, at it’s core, a show about Bong

Me Too, Flower: Musings on Genre –The OTP Drama

Over at Dramafever Me Too, Flower is described as proving “the power of love to defeat cynicism and boredom,” and having finished watching the show I’m inclined to agree. Me Too Flower is, at it’s core, a show about Bong