I'm not even going to try and mince words here.
I've been watching Sweet Home, a South Korean show where people turn into monsters that take the form of their hidden desires. I've heard many positive comments about this show, so I decided to check it out. After the first two episodes, I found out it was based on a popular Webtoon of the same … Continue reading Not-So-Sweet Storytelling? Sweet Home Review
The best thing about this show is its secondary characters.
I loved Train to Busan. So, when I heard that a sequel was coming out, I was already getting the popcorn ready. When Peninsula finally got English subtitles, I went in with high expectations and came out with one question: this was a sequel? With a completely different cast, I noticed that Train to Busan … Continue reading Same Premise, Different Thematic Outcomes: Peninsula movie review
There are no mature themes in this South Korean show, but it tackles heavier themes that aren't usually present in lighthearted, romantic comedy.
I love this series so much that I'm dying for a third season. If it doesn't get renewed, I'll probably mourn for a few days.
While #Alive delivered all the scares common in zombie movies, the plot fell flat and the buildup at the end was anticlimactic.
Not bad. Not amazing. But worth the watch.
Hotel Del Luna is TVN's latest Korean show. A star-filled cast and an original spin on a famous fairytale, it's one to watch out for.