Top Novelist Yoo Ah In Crosses Paths with Super Fan Im Soo Jung in Chicago Typewriter

Not following a drama means being slightly out of the loop on timing, which is why I’m surprised that tvN Fri-Sat drama Tomorrow With You is ending next week and Chicago Typewriter is premiering two weeks from Friday. I doubt CT will be trying to ape the massive ratings of tvN hits such as Goblin and the Reply series, but if it’s a well written and directed drama then it has a shot at bringing back some viewers to the time slot. The drama released new stills and teasers this week featuring the OTP played by Yoo Ah In and Im Soo Jung, he’s the prickly popular novelist and she’s his ardent super fan, with a twist that their characters are modern reincarnations of 1930’s Japanese occupation era Koreans. I’m up for this intriguing set up by the screenwriter of Kill Me, Heal Me and The Moon Embracing the Sun, who also did Capital Scandal which was set in 1930’s era Korea. Continue reading

K-stars Attend 2016 Asia Artist Awards in in Safe and Pretty Fashion Choices

Last week was the 2016 Asia Artist Awards,¬†which was by all accounts a giant steaming mess with ceremony glitches and a hodge podge of categories that made the very award seem superfluous. With that said, this awards ceremony managed to … Continue reading

Major Moody Intensity in Store for Supernatural Sageuk Mirror of the Witch

Seeing more of the teasers and behind-the-scenes look at upcoming jTBC fantasy-tinged sageuk Mirror of the Witch slowly eases me into anticipation. The real life major age gap between back from the army Yoon Si Yoon and teenage Kim Sae … Continue reading

Posters and New Stills Hint at the Romance Between Yoon Si Yoon and Kim Sae Ron in Mirror of the Witch

I may find upcoming cable network jTBC supernatural tinged sageuk Mirror of the Witch pretty as a picture in all the promos, but it’s still a tad nerve wracking to anticipate it knowing the big age gap between the leads … Continue reading

Dreamy Character Posters for Mirror of the Witch Set the Mood for an Otherworldly Tale

Fantasy tinged sageuk drama Mirror of the Witch (Witch Exemplar) is certainly setting the right visual tone with the first set of character posters. The layout isn’t innovative but the color tones and expressiveness of each actor brings the mood … Continue reading