Long Preview Shows Sassy Go Go is All Ready for Cheerleading Duking it Out with Academic Achievement

Even though I was already looking forward to upcoming KBS Mon-Tues drama Sassy Go Go, I’m still surprised by how much I really really liked the long preview. The drama doesn’t just look promising, I’m already connected with the trials and tribulations of the two leads played by Jung Eun Ji and Lee Won Geun. She’s the slacker who rather dance than study, he’s the top student who tries his best to be arrogant but actually has a heart. Even Ji Soo‘s second male lead pops in the preview, buckling under the pressure of academics to the degree of attempting suicide.

This drama looks equal parts serious in tackling real life school-aged concerns, but doing so with flair and fun when appropriate. I loved all three drama posters – the friendships ones capture a youthful effervescence while the OTP poster hints at a sweet first love. There doesn’t appear to be darker forces at play with the adults and the school system, so here’s hoping the kids may fight but end up better off in the end through the journey to unfold. Sassy Go Go premieres this coming Monday with a standard 16-episode run. Continue reading

School-aged Pictures of Popular Hallyu K-actors Show the Before and After


For years I’ve been seeing these types of pre-star pictures floating around here and there, and finally decided to collect as many as I can into one post. Half of it is for my own viewing lulz and the other … Continue reading

Shu Qi Funny and Gorgeous for the C-version of My Best Friend’s Wedding with Male Lead Feng Shao Feng


I find the Chinese remake of 90’s Hollywood movie My Best Friend’s Wedding ridiculously well-cast even if two decades too late in terms of timing. The movie script for the original was terrible but the whole thing coasted on the mega-watt … Continue reading