I’m kfangurl. Or kfangirl. Whichever works. And I love kdrama.
I started my love affair with kdrama in 2007 when my sister brought home a box set of Goong, and announced we were going to watch it. I so did not know what I was in for. I was properly and completely hooked. Hook, line and sinker hooked.
Since then, I’ve watched lots and lots of kdramas, probably way too many – or really, is there such a thing as too much kdrama? The jury’s still out on that one!
This is just my little corner to share my thoughts, opinions and recommendations on all the dramas that I’ve loved, hated, enjoyed or endured. I like to try out some of the older dramas as much as I like to keep up with the new ones, so you can expect my list of reviews to grow in more than one direction.
I enjoy most types of dramas, though I do have a soft spot for a good romance. Good acting is a top priority for me. I can forgive a lot if the actors are really bringing it. Good writing and good cinematography are also high on my list. A well-crafted, well-applied OST also does a lot for me. And of course, a hot male lead is always a welcome bonus ;)
My reviews are purely my own opinion, and yes, I’m probably biased.. Aren’t we all? This also means that some reviews are shorter, while others are longer. That doesn’t always mean anything in terms of whether it’s a good drama. It just means I have less to say.
I don’t aim to be necessarily very in-depth or systematic, but hopefully these reviews are informative and helpful to some degree.
Lastly, just in case anyone is wondering, I’m not Korean. I have learned a fair amount of Korean, though, in all my drama-watching years.. Picking up new words and phrases with each drama still gives me a thrill today. I still watch my dramas with subs, but I’m not as dependent on them as I used to be. My target is to one day be so fluent in Korean that I won’t need subs, heh.
Please feel free to comment and poke around!
Oh, and just so you know, comments don’t close around here, coz I like to believe that a drama is timeless & so is its review. I often check out dramas long after they’ve aired myself. So if you leave a comment, I will see it!
1. You might also be interested in the origin story of the blog, which is here.
2. For more about me than you might ever need to know, you can check out my Liebster post here ;)
3. For even more about me, my second round of Liebsters is here.