Twenty-Five Twenty-One: Putting Life in Perspective with a 90s-Themed Korean Drama

We may never know our parents the way we know ourselves; insecurities, first love, purpose, and grief carved onto the crevices of our soul. This was true for Kim Min Chae, daughter of Na Hee Do, a long-reigning South Korean fencing champion. Well, until the time Min Chae stumbles upon her mother’s journals and beginsContinue reading “Twenty-Five Twenty-One: Putting Life in Perspective with a 90s-Themed Korean Drama”

Hellbound Review: Can Religious Faith Be the Only Governing Force in Society?

For avid Korean drama enthusiasts, there seems to be no dearth of television series being churned out on Netflix, available to be lapped up in the span of a binge-watching session. If the recent success of Squid Game is any indication of how audiences are drawn to the macabre, Hellbound too has gotten a partContinue reading “Hellbound Review: Can Religious Faith Be the Only Governing Force in Society?”

5 Feel-Good TV Shows to Watch if You Liked Jane the Virgin

TV shows like Jane The Virgin are an emotional rollercoaster; there’s simply no escaping the feels! They tend to bag the family drama, romance and self-growth angles far better than you’d expect, compelling you to place yourself in the shoes of the protagonists. Jane The Virgin, in particular, is one of my all-time favourites. NotContinue reading “5 Feel-Good TV Shows to Watch if You Liked Jane the Virgin”

Let Art Speak For Itself

After the recurrent Padmavati¬†(now Padmaavat)¬†debacle, I was really intrigued to see what all the fuss was about. Why were entire communities dead against its release? And now, having seen the film, I am no closer to answering that question. For the life of me, I can’t fathom what the issue is. In a nutshell, forContinue reading “Let Art Speak For Itself”

What We’ve Learned From 13 Reasons Why

13 Reasons Why, a book to television adaptation of Jay Asher’s young adult fiction, posits the transience of life and growing insensitivity among millennials. It is abundantly interspersed with prevalent concerns pertaining to suicide, sexual abuse, slut shaming, social isolation, peer pressure and so much more. Hannah Baker’s narration, of the events in her lifeContinue reading “What We’ve Learned From 13 Reasons Why”