Broadcast on KBS, “Sassy Go! Go!” is one of the teen K-dramas of 2015. I won’t dive into teen K-dramas here. I might save it for a longer round-up article. Continue reading “[Review] Sassy Go! Go!”
Let it be said. “Hype Nation” is one of the weirdest movies I have ever watched. Continue reading “[Review] Hype Nation”
Teen dramas are my life. Continue reading “[Review] Seonam Girls High School Investigators”
With 40 episodes, “Make A Woman Cry” is about Jung Duk In (Kim Jung Eun), a woman who, after her son got hit by a car and died, left her job as a cop and owns now a small restaurant across the street from the high school her son would have attended. She makes it her duty to take care and protect the students like a mother and a cop would. In the first episodes, she deals with bullying students and yes, it was hard not to make the comparison with “Angry Mom”, but the similarity stops there. The drama tells her journey to find happiness as she gets involved with Kang Jin Woo (Song Chang Ui), a gentle teacher, and his chaebol family.
Mon année K-dramatesque 2013 n’était pas ce que j’appelle un bon cru. Certes, j’ai trouvé quelques dramas qui m’ont tenu en haleine et ont vraiment suscité mon enthousiasme… Mais je n’ai eu absolument aucun mal à n’en retenir que 5 alors qu’il y a plus de 50 dramas diffusés en une année.