Dramatic New Teaser and Stills for Blood Ratchet Up the Intensity

I’m genuinely not writing about Blood solely to snark about it, the snark comes naturally when I see lulzworthy stills or teasers, but there remains a frisson of genuine interest to see what story the Good Doctor production team has concocted. It would have been better with a more experienced and charismatic male lead than Ahn Jae Hyun, who hasn’t proven my reservations wrong with every still of him in this drama looking like a kid playing dress up doctor, but ultimately if he delivers onscreen then all’s well that end’s well, right? The drama continues a steady stream of promos and this batch contains the first drama poster above with the three leads, or four considering the dramatic splicing of the male lead into his doctor v. vampire sides.

I swear the production heard all the teasing about Ahn Jae Hyun preening like a vampire fashion model than a doctor so told him to just unleash the full Blue Steel for the poster. I do wish Ahn Jae Hyun would get a different hairstyle, he’s been sporting the same mushroom top for three dramas now and one wonders if he’s the one telling the drama stylists not to switch it up otherwise how can the same fugly haircut live and prosper on his head for so long? There are also additional character stills below and my favorite is antagonist second male lead Ji Jin Hee looking woah-momma with all that coiled intensity, plus the first look at actress Park Joo Mi in her cameo role as the vampire mommy of the male lead. Continue reading

MV Montage to the Best Kisses and Couples of 2010

I’ve seen quite a few MVs floating around various video sharing sites that aim to collect and showcase the best K-drama kisses of 2010. After watching quite a few, I must say that 2010 was exceedingly fanservicy with the kissing … Continue reading

A Koala Reminisces: 2010 Year End K-Drama Reviews

2010 heralded the dawn of a new decade. Where’d the last decade go? I could have sworn that I took a brief nap after college, only to wake up with an entire family and a boatload of new responsibilities. On a more drama-centric note, … Continue reading