Makjang Maestro Writer Im Sung Han Returns June 2023 with TV Chosun Time-travel Family Drama Lady Durian with Park Joo Mi and Choi Myung Gil

After K-drama land’s wildest screenwriter Im Sung Han went on a viewer brain cell destroying rampage in the early 2010’s writing stupider and stupider dramas culminating in the Princess Aurora bloodbath following by the Apgujeong Midnight Sun controversy and her abrupt retirement, she took a 6 year break and has come back to major success with Marriage Lyrics and Divorce Music. That drama went three seasons and now she’s back with the weirdly named Lady Durian (Mrs. Durian) airing in June on TV Chosun. It’s a time-travel drama as two rich high born ladies from a Joseon noble family suddenly time-travel to the present day and get into a bizarre and fated love story the the men of a chaebol family they land into. I love having Im Sung Han’s brand of crazy because it makes for great side-watching whereby I don’t watch the drama but watch people headdesk-ing while still unable to stop watching lol.

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Screenwriter Im Sung Han of the Crazy Makjang Dramas Gets Upset at K-reporters for Misreporting Her Next Drama Fairy Durian as the Romance of a Mother-in-law and Her Daughter-in-law

Lololol I love this news story because there is so much meta especially when one knows the drama writing background of screenwriter Im Sung Han. She’s the writer of hit dramas Love ft. Marriage & Divorce, Princess Aurora, New Tales … Continue reading

All of Kim Eun Sook’s Drama Leading Men Assembled in a Visual Walk Down Memory Lane

As top Korean drama screenwriter Kim Eun Sook preps for her next drama airing at the end of 2016, having lined up leading man Gong Yoo (squeeee!), it’s a good time as any to do a catalog of all the … Continue reading

18th Annual Busan Film Festival Kicks Off with K-stars Walking the Red Carpet

The 18th annual Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) kicked off yesterday in the seaside town of Busan, South Korea with lots of glam and anticipation. Featuring 301 movie selections from 70 countries shown over 10 days, BIFF has cemented its … Continue reading