Tag Archives: Kdrama

Spotted: Kim Seul Gi on Lookout

It’s our girl, our comedy queen, our scene-stealing Kim Seul Gi!

Our kickass femme plays a surveillance pro on Lookout (don’t blink in episode 2, but there’s more of her in ep 4). Party seems to just be gettin’ started.

The kdrama stars Lee Si Young as a detective seeking justice for her daughter’s murder and Kim Young Kwang as a butt-kissing prosecutor.

Cast includes Kim Tae Hoon, Kim Sun Young (Father I’ll Take Care Of You, Reply 1988), Choi Moo Sung (Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo, Reply 1988), and Key (ddi-do-ree! Drinking Solo shoutout).

I’m getting some Squad 38 vibes with this one, with action scenes and a hot soundtrack to boot.

Lookout (파수꾼).
Director: Son Hyeong Seok (Shine Or Go Crazy)
Writer: Kim Soo Eun
Network: MBC.
32 episodes.
Airs Monday-Tuesday.
May 22 – July 11.

And now we’ve got a new show to watch, kdrama lovers.

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Fight My Way’s Great Faces

They did not disappoint.

Ooh, fellow kdrama lovers, the first two eps of Fight My Way are under way, and it’s cute! It’s fun! It’s got two very likable leads! Damn, just what kdramaland’s been missing. Thank goodness.

Which one’s your favorite?

Upcoming Dramas, May/June 2017

Fight My Way

‘Cause a moment without PSJ is a moment too long. This one premieres today: May 22!

Fight My Way.
Airs Monday-Tuesday.
Writer: Im Sang Choon.
Director: Lee Na Jeong (Oh My Venus).
Network: KBS2.
Cast: Kim Ji Won, Park Seo Joon, Ahn Jae Hong, Choi Woo Shik, Kim Sung Oh, Song Ha Yoon, Kang Ki Doong.

The Best Hit

In this series co-directed by Cha Tae Hyun, a 90s kpop star disappears into what looks like the present.

The Big Hit. Premieres June 2.
Friday-Saturday.
Writer: Lee Young Chul (To The Beautiful You).
Director: Yoo Ho Jin, Chae Tae Hyun.
Network: KBS.
Cast: Yoon Si Yoon, Kim Min Jae, Lee Se Young.

Finally!  A couple new dramas to add a little spring to our step – and they both look fun and cute – we could use a few lighthearted pieces; there’s been nothing for me to watch in kdramaland of late, except for the more melo Chicago Typewriter.

What are you watching?