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BAD GUYS (K-drama 2014)

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Bad guys are forming a team of “top criminals” to catch other criminals. How interesting, right?

This drama is full of bad guys and bad ass which packs strings of big punches and blood. The plot is quite complex, well what do we expect of people that have their own criminal cases, creating a squad immediately, while judging and suspecting one another? it must a chaos, right?

Bad guys will kick you a bickering and rivalry among the criminals and eventually see them becoming a team.  With a whirlwind story, a twist and a drama, you will definitely like this one.

Verdict: 8/10

SIGNAL (K-drama)

Don’t judge the drama by its cast, because surely you will miss something without even knowing the plot.  This is what I have learned from this drama SIGNAL.  I have ignored it several times because the cast are unfamiliar to me and I thought it’s not good enough, but then, when I gave it a try, I couldn’t barely stop myself to watch.

SIGNAL is a masterpiece. A solid, suspense, thrilling,  crime, action drama that you shouldn’t miss! The script is so well written, it shows different conflicted stories and how they were able to turn the table into something you never have expected.  This drama has its own “world”  and it will bring you there with so much anticipation.  Not even a single sequence you will regret, It has its own power to make your heart flutter.

The intermingled scenes from past and presents was so good that you would be able to fathom the consequences of changing its significant event.

The ACTING? it’s a WOW!

See it for yourself.


“Desperate voice from the past sends clues to the present in Signal. That’s  how the drama best to describe it. “The series was inspired by the Hwaseong serial murders. A mysterious walkie talkie allows a detective in 1989 to communicate with a cold case profiler from 2015; with the power of fore and hindsight the two not only solve crimes but prevent them from ever taking place.

The cast


“Park Hae-Young (Lee Je-Hoon) works as a criminal profiler and is also a police lieutenant. Even though he is a cop, he doesn’t trust cops due to his own past experience.  He became a profiler due to a painful incident he experienced as a young boy. He is an emotional and sensitive profiler. While leaving the police station, Hae-Young hears someone talking to him. He looks around to find a walkie-talkie. The man who is talking to Hae-Young is Detective Jae-Han (Cho Jin-Woong).”



 “Detective Jae-Han (Cho Jin-Woong) is from the year 2000.  He is the most heart-melting detective I have ever seen. He is the true hero of the drama. He will stop at nothing to solve a case and willingly puts himself in jeopardy if it means he can bring justice.  You will not be able to see him in the present year with Park Hae-Young (Lee Je-Hoon)  because the story involves of saving him.”


“(Kim Hye-Soo) Soo-Hyun plays an innocent rookie detective from the past and who was clearly in love with Detective Jae-Han (Cho Jin-Woong). In the present, she is a tough and hardened team leader to form a new cold case squad.


All in all, it’s really one of the best dramas in 2016.

My verdict is 10/10, I can’t think of a more worthy rating than that.

Goodbye Mr. Black (K-drama)


There’s no way I would miss this new drama, I’m a big fan of Lee Jin-Wook.  Aside from his deepest, most charming pair of eyes, he has always been a good actor.

This drama is based on comic “Goodbye Mr. Black” by Hwang Mi-Na (first published in 1983 by Songchun Cultural Publishers). The comic is motivated by French author Alexandre Dumas’s novel “The Count of Monte Cristo.”  about an officer of the Navy Special Operations Force (Cha Ji-Won) who falls into friend’s betrayal.”

What will happen to our  golden perfect boy who pushed to be on run and will return with vengeance? How he will become?

Let’s see.


Descendants of the Sun (K-drama)

I think I found my new crush (Song Joong-ki) on this new drama Descendants of the Sun.

“UN peacekeeping troops are dispatched to the war-torn country of Uruk. Captain Yoo Shi-jin, team leader of the Special Warfare Command unit, meets Kang Mo-yeon, a volunteer doctor with Doctors Without Borders. As they work alongside each other in disaster- and disease-stricken zones, Shi-jin and Mo-yeon clash then fall in love.”


This drama has a great start and I just couldn’t help but get more and more excited. Two people who have a different mission in life; a Doctor (Song Hye-Kyo) to save lives and a Soldier (Song Joong-Ki) to protect his people and country. I am eager to see how they will comprise their mission and job over in their relationship.

Must watch it!

Morrim School (K-drama)

“The Moorim School isn’t focused solely on high academic scores. The school teaches its students virtues including honesty, faith, sacrifice and communication. The teachers and students at the school come from different countries and each have their own stories.”


“Yoon Shi Woo (Lee Hyun Woo) is a troublemaker idol star who suffers a setback and finds himself shoved into this strange school to straighten out. Wang Chi Ang (Hong Bin) will be the roommate he strikes up a friendship with. He’s a rich kid with a carefree personality who was let in because of his powerful parents.Meanwhile, Sim Soon Duk (Seo Ye Ji) is a hardworking student who supports her blind father and has to attend Moorim in secret. Hwang Sun Ah (Jung Yoo Jin) is the daughter of the school’s president and Murim’s ace student.”

Main Cast


I feel that this drama is a Korean version of Harry Potter, and I hope it would be. From episode 1 & 2, you can recognize that it wasn’t a typical school drama, and I enjoyed it so far. It was cool.


Verdict: 8/10


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