This is a review of episode 1-4 of Itaewon Class, or 이태원 클라쓰 kdrama currently airing on Netflix.
So a few days ago, I finally got Netflix back after months of hiatus. Occasionally I like to just put my subscription on hold and watch other outlets and media. When I’m ready, or when a new season of a series I enjoy is about to premiere I rejoin.
This was one such case.
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This is a review of the Korean romance drama One Spring Night found on Netflix. Another Kdrama with STRONG female leads!
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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For the Hongil Division in Seoul, maintaining work-life balance isn’t easy. Thankfully, this Korean drama on Netflix seamlessly juggles an ensemble of characters problems in a way that doesn’t burn you out. This is a review of one of the best crime kdrama of 2018, LIVE!
I caught this one a few months back when it was trending on
Netflix. Live, Laibeu or 라이브 is a 2018 South Korean Drama. It
follows a squad of police officers who defend the crime-laden Hongil district
while also maintaining personal lives.
I didn’t know what to expect when coming into this drama. I wasn’t even sure if it was pronounced like “Saturday Night Live” or “We all live” live. Either way, it turned out to be a solid story in the vein of a recent office drama I watched.
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This review contains slight plot spoilers. Enough to understand the context, but too few to ruin the entire series. Read on without fear, because I am determined to talk about this wonderful series with you.
A chase scene in Jordan. A young fashionable man wearing a suit. Two men in suits inquiring the whereabouts of a fugitive. A parkour sequence over the rooftops of a foreign land.
You would think that this was some sort of cop drama, no?
No, no no my friends. This is actually an office drama that starts at its end and takes you through a flashback for the entire series. Here, Jang Geu Rae was living his best life. But in order to understand the magnitude of his confidence and how we got here, we have to delve through his pain…sift through office politics, abuses of power, human rights violations and ever rampant misogyny. In the end, however – a strong message of hope.
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