The Color Of Depression: How This Thai Drama Uses Color To Depict A Teenager’s Struggle With Mental Health

Project S: Skate Our Souls (hereby known in this post as S.O.S.) is a 2017 Thai drama which presents a poignant story of one teenager's struggle with mental health and the stigma attached to it. S.O.S. is a solid drama overall. The acting is top-notch, the story is bold, and the cinematography is captivating. This... Continue Reading →

Is ‘Extracurricular’ Worth The Hype?: Honest First Impressions Of The Netflix K-Drama

Whatever you're expecting out of Extracurricular, chuck it. This drama will obliterate your expectations as effortlessly as it sucks you into its story. It's deviant, dark, and incredibly addicting. And after getting about halfway through, I realized I have many thoughts on this baby that I need to sort out. So, another session of writing... Continue Reading →

Korea’s New Favorite Bad Boy: A Look At Rookie Actor Lee Jae Wook’s Short (But Impressive) Career So Far

Not long ago, one of my friends emphatically recommended I watch Extraordinary You. I agreed to give it a shot, but mostly to pacify her; I honestly had no intention of finishing the drama simply because I was expecting yet another high school love story. I got sucker punched by a K-drama. Hours after graciously... Continue Reading →

Hyuk Proves His Acting Ability With A Surprisingly Serious Role In “The Great Show”

After politician Wie Dae Han (Song Seung Heon) falls from grace in the eyes of the public, he takes in four siblings to boost his image: quick-thinking eldest Da Jung (Roh Jeong Eui), moody Tak (Jung Joon Won), mischievous Tae Poong (Kim Jun), and clever little Song Yi (Park Ye Na). (clockwise from left) Kim... Continue Reading →

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