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”

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”

Korean Drama Review — Dating Agency Cyrano

Seo Byung Hoon is a producer, who in an attempt to save his bestfriend’s theatre from being taken over by mortgage, starts a dating agency called Cyrano to repay the debt. He works with two others – Moo Jin and Ah Rang to pair up people; creating fake scenarios with the intent to bring out their inherentContinue reading “Korean Drama Review — Dating Agency Cyrano”

Korean Drama Review — Arang and the Magistrate

Disclaimer – All images are from Google and I take no credit for/own either of them.  Arang and the Magistrate is a drama intertwining two people’s fate and the role they play in the bigger picture of life and death. Arang, a ghost who doesn’t remember how she died wanders the afterworld trying to surviveContinue reading “Korean Drama Review — Arang and the Magistrate”