I don’t know how all of you fared, during these next 4 episodes, but I found myself crying more times than I can count! Between the developing back-story and the whole thing with Teacher Seol, I shed more than my fair share of tears. But then they had to go and throw in that endingRead More
It makes me incredibly happy to say that these next 4 episodes of Hospital Ship were much more focused on character and plot development than they were on major medical crises and overly disgusting surgeries. That’s not to say there weren’t some of both (because there was), rather the hyped-up moments of drama took a backseatRead More
Okay, first off, it’s really weird to be writing a review with “Episodes 1-4” in the title. No matter how hard I try, I just can’t get used to the whole 4 episodes a week thing. I know why they’ve moved to this format and by now, you’d think I’d be used to it butRead More
This week’s drama to marathon is easily one of the best of 2014 and tied for my personal favorite of the year. It’s witty, it’s funny, it’s poignant, it’s powerful and it has some of the most realistic and lovable characters I’ve ever come across in all my journeys through DramaLand. In short, It’s Okay, That’s LoveRead More
Hey everyone! Hallyu Tanya and I are back to wrap up our review of It’s Okay, That’s Love. I know, I know. It’s taken us FOREVER to finish this one but we finally did and here it is (in video format because that’s just so much easier).
I know Tanya and I have completely dropped the ball with this review but we’re determined to finish, no matter what, so let’s dive into these next two episodes, shall we?
Zombie: So here we are, back again, to discuss another four episodes of It’s Okay, That’s Love and I have to say, we’ve got a lot of ground to cover so let’s get to it. Tanya: The relationship between Soo Kyung and that younger girl always bothered me a little bit, so I was happyRead More
Let’s hop into episodes 9-10 because there is exciting new developments! Sex on the beach is apparently not just a drink… and waking up without pants and people walking towards you is epically hilarious. Yes, folks, not only did Hye Soo manage to take the leap and Jae Yeol slept outside. Granted he had aRead More
From sworn enemies to star-crossed lovers, Jae Yeol and Hye Soo have come a long way since episode one of It’s Okay, That’s Love and I have loved every single minute I’ve spent watching these two on their inevitable journey towards each other.
Zombie: It’s painfully obvious that we’re so far behind on this drama review it’s not even funny but we’re going to do our best to get caught up so let’s get to it! Tanya: I don’t wanna! Okay, fine. So let’s just start off with the dynamics of these characters. I understand their conflicting relationshipsRead More