First Look at MBC Crisis Management Team Drama Tomorrow with Kim Hee Sun, Ro Woon, and Lee Soo Hyuk

A dark or uncomfortable topic often makes for a meaningful watch if it delivers a compelling story around the subject matter. Upcoming MBC Fri-Sat drama Tomorrow is adapted from the same name webtoon and deals with the members of a crisis management team tasked with saving suicidal people. The suicide rate in South Korea is extraordinarily high for a first world country and remains high year after year so the idea of living for tomorrow (is another day) is a pertinent topic for the domestic audience as well as others. The drama stars Kim Hee Sun with younger team members Ro Woon, Lee Soo Hyuk, and Yoon Ji On as they do their best to talk people off the proverbial ledge. Check out the first teaser below with the drama premiering in March 2022.

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Episode 13 of Alice Turns into Ouroboros and Fails to Deliver Clarity or Catharsis With Lots of Talking But Lack of Important Information Shared

SBS Fri-Sat drama Alice would have benefited so much from airing on OCN and being a tight 12-episodes like Train. I’m making this conclusion even though it’s not finished yet because the last few episodes have felt like much ado … Continue reading

SBS Fri-Sat Drama Alice with Joo Won and Kim Hee Sun Premieres to Increasing Ratings and Excellent Narrative and Emotional World Building

Okay, I checked out new SBS Fri-Sat drama Alice because why not, don’t love any of the leads but also none of them annoy me and I was curious if another time-traveling parallel worlds topic genre would handle this subject … Continue reading

K-netizens Discuss South Korea’s Top 10 Beauties Which Remain Unchanged Since the Early Hallyu Days

A poll and post has been making its way through K-netizen ranks and it’s relatively consensus driven on who is considered one of South Korea’s top 10 beauties here in 2020. It’s like the same list since 2005 if you … Continue reading