Thanks again for writing an article for my last blog post idea about archetypes (post is
here)! I loved it and shared it with some of my friends who watch kdramas too.
I had another question for you. I did a quick search of your site, but didn’t find anything.
Can you give us a quick explanation of sageuks? I have seen a few, but I’d like to understand more about them.
The different types: fusion sageuk, etc., recommendations in each category, how they are produced (if you have any insight), why they seem to be longer than other dramas, etc.
Since you guys seemed to really like my last Dear kfangurl post,
where I talked about shows that I haven’t reviewed on the site, I thought I’d do a Part 2! Surprise..? 😃
50 more (!!) shows to touch on in this post, with a quick “status update.” Mostly, these are dramas that people tend to ask me about, and also, shows that I’d like to give shout-outs to, but which I’m unlikely to write reviews for.
still more shows that I’ve either sampled or watched to completion, which I am not including in this list, but maybe (just maybe?) another post, another time? 😅
Lee Jun Ki is one of those actors that crept up on me over the years, slowly but surely.
When I consider how I used to feel indifferent about him, it still sometimes surprises me. Coz now I have a serious weakness for Lee Jun Ki, and he’s
very firmly entrenched in my list of k-loves.
From who’s-that-guy-who-looks-like-he-stepped-straight-out-of-a-manga? to OMG-I-
luff-him!-SQUEE!, I’ve certainly come a long way in my appreciation of Lee Jun Ki.
And today, I wanna tell you guys
all about that.
Come squee, ogle and swoon with me, y’all. ❤