Come for the city, stay for the history. That was cheesy, but please make the time to go to Gwanghwamun at night. You won’t be disappointed.
Ah, another school-life drama about teenage rivalry and war against the authorities. Sassy Go Go met all my expectations and didn’t give me a single twist. The drama brought nothing new to the realm of school motifs but for some reason, I clung onto it and watched it until the very last second, even the credits. For that, I’d have to thank Eunji with her never-ending charm, and of course, the scriptwriter for making me feel so angry that I had to see how it ends.
Im Yoona is undoubtedly one of the brightest stars in South Korea. She is part of the highly successful k-k-pop girl group, Girls’ Generation (SNSD), endorsing many brands and also partaking in Korean dramas. When she first started gaining popularity in 2007, I scoffed. I saw nothing special in her and I thought the public was nuts for falling madly in love with her.
That was the case until I watched Prime Minister and I, a drama from 2013 under KBS, one of the three largest broadcasting stations in Korea.
Through that drama, I saw Yoona in a complete new light…