K-Drama Review: Twenty-Five Twenty-One

Khushi Vaid, New Delhi “In the middle of youth, this summer was ours” Youth is filled with rowdy friendships and passionate love, which helps our long-life shine ahead. Nothing lasts forever however the verity that we were once piece of these forever’s. You don’t always end up with your first love, you change, you grow,…

K-Drama Review: Dive into the Courtroom Romance and Mystery with Suspicious Partner

Suspicious Partner was the first drama that I watched of Ji Chang-wook, one of the A-list actors in the Korean Entertainment industry. I was left completely amazed by his acting and visuals and from there on I continued to enjoy watching his dramas. He has portrayed many remarkable lead roles in K-Dramas and Movies. Suspicious Partner (Korean: 수상한 파트너; RR: Susanghan Pateuneo) is directed by Park Sun-ho and written by Kwon Ki-young. It aired from May 10, 2017, to July 13, 2017, every Wednesday and Thursday on SBS at 22:00 (KST) comprising 40 episodes. It is a legal romantic-comedy genre with a hint of mystery, and spine chilling twists and turns of events.

K-Drama Review: Penthouse: War in Life

Dhrumi Mayur Shah, Surat, Gujarat Call it an intense, unpredictable and gritty plot, Penthouse is not your average K-Drama that usually follows a romantic plot! It’s not for people who are weak-hearted and sensitive. Penthouse directed by Joo Dong-min and written by Kim Sun-ok the plot of the drama revolves around the people of Hera…

K-Drama Review: Prison Playbook

Haarini Angappan Balasubramaniam, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu: ho, Jung Hae-in, Krystal Jung, and Lee Kyu-hyung. It aired from November 22, 2017, to January 18, 2018, on Wednesdays and Thursdays. The plot of this drama is new and refreshing. It is one of the most underrated dramas. 

K-Drama Review: Something in the Rain

Nikita Punia, Mumbai, Maharashtra: What catches your heart right from the get-go is how much reality there is in every moment that something in the rain has to offer. The truthfulness, of not just the lead cast, but even that of the supporting members to their characters is mesmerizing to the point where it becomes natural to put oneself in the place of Yoon Jin-ah or Seo Joon-hee and imagine going through their romantic endeavours yourself.

K-DRAMA REVIEW: CLEAN WITH PASSION FOR NOW

Meghna Sharma, Panchkula, Haryana: I’m sure that everyone has once heard the phrase “Clean your room!” from their parents. Most of us are always surrounded with mess and there are times when our parents can’t get enough of any cleaning we do. But have you ever imagined the life of someone who is obsessed with cleaning who is never satisfied with the cleanliness around them? This drama is definitely going to serve you with something you might not have seen before. The Korean drama Clean With Passion for Now, is a romantic-comedy, consisting of 16 episodes starring Yoon Kyun-sang as Jang Seon-kyul, Kim Yoo-jung as Gil Oh-sol, and Song Jae-rim as Choi Ha-in as the main leads. This drama is based on the popular webtoon by the same name by Aengo. This drama was released in 2018.

K-Drama Review: Graceful Family

Anisha Nath, Kolkata, West Bengal: Woman can do anything beyond their limits. In the South Korean drama Graceful Family directed by Han Chul-soo, you will see how much a woman can do to win the game of life. The roles of the actors fit them very well making this drama binge worthy. Due to their best acting skills and a very good storyline; this drama attracted a lot of viewers starring Im Soo-hyang playing the character of Mo Seok-hee, Lee Jang-woo playing the character of Heo Yoon-deo, and Bae Jong-ok playing the character of Han Je-gook. The character of Im Soo-hyang and Bae Jong-ok was the main reason why I watched it twice and I will not hesitate to watch it again.

K-Drama Review : Mystic Pop-Up Bar

Smriti Lakra, Guna, Madhya Pradesh: Being a huge fan of actress Hwang Jung-eum, Mystic Pop-up bar was on my must-watch list and it didn’t disappoint me. The immersive storyline is worth watching. This series based on a popular Webtoon gives Hotel Del Luna’s vibes, but it stands out uniquely with its touching subplot and a mysterious storyline. Each episode holds a relatable issue and teaches a life-changing lesson. Mystic Pop-up Bar (쌍갑포차) is a South Korean fantasy series premiered by JTBC from 20th May to 25th June 2020 and is also available on Netflix. It has 12 episodes each of 70 minutes.

K-Drama Review: Uncontrollably Fond

Shrishti Kalwar, Mumbai, Maharashtra: As the name implies, you can’t stop liking this drama even though it will eventually leave you sobbing and devastated. This drama is a story of two teenagers, Noh Eul and Shin Joon-young, who meet each other in high school and then come across having multiple encounters with each other through the time since they were teenagers till becoming adults; working to fulfil their responsibilities. But every time they meet each other, their fate has a different plan for them. The genre of this drama is centered on romance and melodrama starring Kim Woo-bin, Bae Suzy, Lim Ju-hwan and Lim Ju-eun, packed in 20 episodes.

K-Drama Review: The smile has left your eyes

Biti Sophia Soren, New Delhi: The smile has left your eyes also known as Hundred million stars from the sky (하늘에서 내리는 1억 개의 별) starring Seo In-guk (서인국), Jung So-min (정소민), Park Sung-woong (박성웅) aired from October 2 to November 22, 2018, on tvN every Wednesday and Thursday at 21:30 pm (KST). It comprises 16 episodes and is a remake of the 2002 Japanese television series Sora Kara Furu Ichioku No Hoshi.