Yes, Things Are Getting Inconsistent.

I completely acknowledge this.

Things are getting crazy inconsistent up in here.

I have (yikes!) not been able to blog EVERY SINGLE DAY.

It happened.

What with work and life and a recent film festival (where the first short film that I wrote and directed screened! in front of a real audience!), I haven’t been able to post.

While technically holding down three jobs (a full-time one, a second part-time, and a third freelancing gig), it’s been eating away at my blogging and kdrama watching time. And then there’s writing and developing other passion projects. (Note to self: focus on time management and efficiency in the next few months.)

I appreciate it, but don’t look so worried.

Yes, things are gonna be inconsistent for awhile. I may post once a week, or bi-weekly, or monthly, on the kdramas which we all know and love.

Stay tuned, fellow drama lovers, I haven’t forgotten you.

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3 Korean Films You Didn’t Know Were On Netflix.

Because I had given up on Netflix as a source of Korean films awhile back, and you probably did, too.

But they’ve got some of the more recent releases, so now’s the perfect time to give it another looksee. Here are three to check out.

Assassination (2015)

One of those intricately woven action dramas in the style of a Western, but unexpectedly materializing some romance.  Star-studded cast of established actors Gianna Jun, Ha Jung Woo, Cho Jin Woong (Signal shoutout), Oh Dal Su, Lee Jung Jae, Kim Hae Sook.

The Beauty Inside (2015)

A romantic comedy who’s who of kdrama’s frequent flyers – Lee Dong Wook, Park Seo Joon, Kim Hee Won, Park Shin Hye, Lee Dong Hwi (Reply 1988 shoutout), Kang Seo Joon (Entourage). A man wakes up every morning with a different face – and sometimes as a woman. Han Hyo Joo plays the love interest our leading man tries so desperately to stay awake for – as the same man.

The Chronicles Of Evil (2015)

Son Hyun Joo is our protagonist in this feature, a cop whose accident turns into colossal damage. This also marks Park Seo Joon’s first major role in a feature film (in which his character is not played by a dozen different actors, as above) is familiar enough as a revenge-themed dark criminal drama, but the twist is just sufficient enough after establishing the father-son like relationship between two cops. If you can’t get enough of PSJ here, at least there’s a few kdrama marathons you can catch more of him in – Hwarang, A Witch’s Romance, She Was Pretty, and Kill Me, Heal Me.

Now if only you could get a few more faces – the likes of Ra Mi Ran, Kang Ha Neul, Kim Seul Gi, Yoo Ah In. For starters.

Kang Ha Neul. Park Seo Joon. In The Same Movie.

Fellow Kdrama Lovers,

If you’re wearing socks, prepare to get them knocked off.

Kang Ha Neul.

Park Seo Joon.

In upcoming feature Young Cop.

That’s right.

This guy.

And that guy.

park seo joon hwarang 2sh go ara

Together.

Take a moment to pick yourself off the floor.

In upcoming film Young Cop, KHN and PSJ are, in fact sharing the big screen as leading men in the film directed by Kim Joo Hwan, to be released this summer (which is not that far anymore, y’all! Winter layers be damned).

Here’s an interview with the inside scoop on the PYT powers gracing the cinemas (and our dreams):

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