Is Seoul Vibe Worth Watching? 

Park Dong Wook lives his life a quarter mile at a time. He returns home for the 1988 Seoul Olympics and takes a driving job that might not be worth it.

Seoul Vibe is a fun South Korean Netflix film that takes place during the weeks leading up to the 1988 Olympics. Filled with fast cars, criminal activities, and 80s nostalgia – should this film be on your watch list? 

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Is My Unfamiliar Family Worth Watching? 

When devoted husband Kim Sang Shik accidently reveals a long-held secret, the once happy Kim family spirals out of control due to various misunderstandings.

What if the peaceful family life you experienced all of your life turned out to be a lie? 

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Is Extraordinary Attorney Woo A Good Kdrama?

Although brilliant, Attorney Woo Young Woo cannot find a job due to having autism. After accepting a job offer at Hanbada, her adult life finally begins.

I thoroughly enjoyed watching the Extraordinary Attorney Woo win legal battles and talk about whales each week.  

When the series finished airing, I was very surprised to find such a mixed reception to what I believed to be a fairly authentic representation of a genius woman with a learning disability finding her way in life. 

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Is Cafe Minamdang Worth Watching?

Framed for murder, criminal profiler Nam Han Joon decides to become a fraudulent shaman instead! Can he catch the elusive assailant Gopuri and clear his name?

So I’m not going to lie, after watching bits and pieces of Café Minamdang’s first three episodes on Netflix, I wasn’t sure what to expect. 

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Is Revolutionary Love Worth Watching?

Byun Hyuk is a chaebol son who willing lives in a poor area. Wanting to impress Baek Joon, Hyuk starts a work culture revolution at his father’s company.

Revolutionary Love is a kdrama that seems to have a polarizing effect on the community. Is it worth your time to watch?

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Keep Your Eyes Peeled – Goedam Episode 2 Review

Goedam [도시괴담] is a collection of eight Korean horror stories on Netflix. Is this scary anthology series worth your time? Or is it too difficult to follow?

Each story has a common theme that interlaces with the next one. Today we’ll be talking about Goedam Collection Episode 2: Destination.

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Is Strangers From Hell Worth Watching?

Strangers from Hell, or Taineun Jiokida [ 타인은 지옥이다] is a 2019 Kdrama. It is a live adaptation of a webtoon sharing the same name. This is a full series review of the psychological thriller Strangers from Hell with major plot spoilers.

I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from this series.

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Is The Witch: Part 1 The Subversion Worth Watching?

Is The Witch: Part 1 The Subversion worth watching? Starring Itaewon Class Actress Kim Da Mi, this electrifying Korean revenge thriller might surprise you!

I’ve heard good things about this film.

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The King: Eternal Monarch Mid-Season Review

This is a mid-season review of The King: Eternal Monarch, currently airing on Netflix. Discussing theories, character analysis and the overall time-travel & parallel universe storyline as a whole.

Let’s take a look at actor Lee Min Ho’s latest historical drama The King: Eternal Monarch. Taking place in the historically accurate (and very real) Old Kingdom of Corea, Lee Min Ho plays crown prince Lee Gon who can time travel to alternate timelines within their universe.

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Should You Watch One Spring Night?

Is One Spring Night a Netflix Kdrama worth watching? Or is the forced love triangle between Yoo Ji Ho, Lee Jung In, and Kwon Ki Seok too much to bear?

I’ve been watching and consuming a lot of dark media, as of late. I don’t know what it is, but summer brings out the urge within to explore the creepy, or debased denizens of society.

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