Drama Recaps
Kill Me, Heal Me: Episode 12
by | February 17, 2015 | 247 Comments
For a change, Do-hyun is not left cleaning up the trail of Se-gi’s destruction — instead, he actually gets to reap some benefit from his alter’s bold and avant-garde approach to problem-solving. He’s surprised to discover that he can even learn a thing or two from Se-gi. But when you’re... More »


Drama Casting & News
Introducing Divorce Lawyers (about to be) in Love
by | February 16, 2015 | 37 Comments
Here’s our first teaser for SBS’s upcoming rom-com Divorce Lawyer in Love, and while it only gives us the briefest glimpse of the setup, I can picture the leads, Yeon Woo-jin (Marriage Not Dating) and Jo Yeo-jung (Haeundae Lovers), having some cute chemistry. It’s the kind of show that’ll live... More »


Drama Recaps
Ho-gu’s Love: Episode 3
by | February 16, 2015 | 60 Comments
It’s my turn to weigh in on Ho-gu’s Love! For being promoted as a light and zany opposites-attract romance, this show is surprisingly more heartfelt than I’d expected. There are lots of comedic moments, but the show is centered much more around the emotional development than the comedy, which gives... More »


Chungmuro/Film News
Yoo Seung-ho courted to become 19th-century folk hero
by | February 16, 2015 | 25 Comments
Fresh-out-of-army Yoo Seung-ho (I Miss You) seems intent on making his comeback solely in films for the time being. Sigh. Dramaland misses you too, yunno! While cameras haven’t even started rolling on his first post-military movie Joseon Magician, Yoo is already entertaining offers for his next project and considering a... More »


Sitcoms/Variety Shows
Choi Ji-woo joins Grandpas Over Flowers as surprise guest
by | February 16, 2015 | 66 Comments
This is kind of perfect: Choi Ji-woo (Temptation, Suspicious Housekeeper) pulled off a surprise (thanks to — who else? — Na PD) when she arrived at the airport to join the unsuspecting cast in the latest installment of the globetrotting-halbaes variety show Grandpas Over Flowers. Returning for this latest edition... More »


Drama Recaps
Heart to Heart: Episode 11
by | February 15, 2015 | 23 Comments
It’s time for Hong-do to pay the piper for her deception, and it says a lot about how far she’s come in her healing that she doesn’t shrink from doing what needs to be done. Doing the right thing goes a long way towards boosting her confidence too, and she... More »


Drama Reactions & Reviews
Name That Drama: Fake robbers and Dad sales
by | February 15, 2015 | 58 Comments
  We’re doing a bunch of short questions today! Can you name these dramas from these brief scene descriptions? As always, feel free to email us your questions and requests for future Name That Drama installments.   LoveLaughLatte is trying to find a drama or possibly movie: There was a... More »


Drama Casting & News
News bites: February 15, 2015
by | February 15, 2015 | 40 Comments
Lee Sung-min, Kim Seol-hyun Lee Sung-min (Yay, Chief Oh!) is finalizing a contract for the male lead in a new sci-fi movie titled Robot, Sori. He’ll play a father whose daughter goes missing and who refuses to accept the widespread belief that she’s dead. When an artificial intelligence robot makes... More »


Podcasts
Dramabeans Podcast #27: The Healer edition
by | February 14, 2015 | 283 Comments
Hello everybody! It’s been a fun, exhilarating ride with this drama, and now that it’s over girlfriday and I felt it was appropriate to send off Healer with a toast and lots of (blubbering, incoherent) love. We know we’ve all said tons about this show already and maybe non-Healer fans... More »


Drama Recaps
Kill Me, Heal Me: Episode 11
by | February 14, 2015 | 223 Comments
They say people don’t change, but does that hold true for someone with six other people living inside of him? Se-gi goes to extreme lengths this episode to become the man Ri-jin wants him to be, straining his own limits along with Ri-jin’s patience. The results are both hilarious and... More »


Drama Reactions & Reviews
Kolorful Palette: Healed [Healer]
by | February 14, 2015 | 122 Comments
Over the last year I’ve left so many dramas unfinished that it feels a bit surreal to enjoy one all the way through to its conclusion, and then feel that bittersweet emptiness when the credits finally roll. Perhaps Healer wasn’t perfect, but it was always consistent and hit me in... More »