A thoughtful participation in #MeToo: Witch’s Court [Contains spoilers]

A thoughtful participation in #MeToo: Witch’s Court [Contains spoilers]

In a time when talks about sexual assault, rape culture and consent range from lengthy essays to heated arguments on Twitter threads, Witch’s Court comes in with a soft and pensive take on the discussion of what it means to be sexually exploited. ** Press play to listen while reading… or not. This drama explores … Read More

It’s a conditional “go” for Sassy Go Go [minor spoilers]

It’s a conditional “go” for Sassy Go Go [minor spoilers]

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.

Falling in love with Yoona

Falling in love with Yoona

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…