Going into this year end review, I wasn’t nearly as enthusiastic as I was last year. I can’t pinpoint why, other than perhaps I simply wrote so much I wore myself out. All my drama writing in the 365 days since the 2010 year end review did make my fingers consider going on strike. My brain wasn’t that far behind either. I convinced myself that everyone already knows what I think about the dramas I watched, so why bother writing more. It was only later that I conceded the redundancy argument was really a smokescreen for my laziness at play, so my gunner personality took over and evicted the striking fingers and brain from Occupy The Bed and made them get back to work. After much coffee and lots of random introspection, I managed to produce a year end review that has a lot of words. I make no promises any of it strings together into a coherent sentence.
Poseidon will be premiering this coming Monday on KBS, so those of you who have longed dreamed of a marine police drama, your wish is about to come true! All kidding aside, the trailers are not bad at all, and … Continue reading
Hhhmm, not bad, not bad at all. The first trailer for Poseidon has dropped, and it’s piqued my interest somewhat. The action looks sharp and the actors look great together. While I don’t think this drama is going for major … Continue reading
Truth be told, while I was more interested in Poseidon in its first incarnation (with Eric and Kim Kang Woo) than in its resurrected incarnation (with Choi Siwon, Lee Sung Jae, and Lee Shi Young), neither version really captures my … Continue reading
With less than one month to go before its premiere, the upcoming K-drama Poseidon held its script reading yesterday and immediately commenced filming. This means one beleaguered production is back on track, which leaves only What’s Up and The Musical still … Continue reading
Leader is back! Well, technically Leader came back two weeks ago (and I spent an entire day with my twitter feed being inundated with squeals from my drama friends about his return from two years of exile military service), but … Continue reading