‘1% of Anything’


Drama Reactions & Reviews
Top 10 favorite drama OTPs (One True Pairings)
by | January 13, 2017 | 302 Comments
javabeans: Okay, I think we were being punished in this list for saying how easy the last one was (in picking our top 10 drama tropes), because damn if picking our top 10 dramaland couples wasn’t HARD. girlfriday: Yeah, Past Us really set us up to eat our own words. How can you even pick... More »


Drama Reactions & Reviews
2016 Year in Review, Part 6: Hoobae minions’ first rodeo
by | December 26, 2016 | 71 Comments
And now comes reviews from the newest members of our minion army, our Hoobae Minions, who’ve all pitched in to help make this year our best yet. It’s been amazing to have so many new voices here on Dramabeans, so we’re delighted to present their thoughts on how 2016 shaped up compared to years past.... More »


Drama Reactions & Reviews
2016 Year in Review, Part 4: Embracing the modern age
by | December 19, 2016 | 99 Comments
It’s funny how December has now become synonymous with our Year-End Extravaganza, and has all but replaced Christmas in my list of inescapable winter events for a good five years now. It’s made me appreciate the seasons more, since spring is the time to slack off, seeing as how all that hard work is now... More »


Drama Reactions & Reviews
2016 Year in Review, Part 2: The doctor is in
by | December 14, 2016 | 154 Comments
Every December, I’m hit with a simultaneous feeling of anticipation and dread at dusting off our Year in Review series and taking a look back at the year as a whole. I always enjoy reading what everyone else has written, and the review-writing process is both fun and illuminating—sometimes you don’t realize you even feel... More »


Drama Recaps
1% of Anything: Episode 16 (Final)
by | November 28, 2016 | 108 Comments
We’re in for a treat after enduring a painful separation, with Jae-in and Da-hyun discovering a newfound determination to be together again, against all odds. There are a few issues still left standing in the way of our favorite couple, but we all know just as well that there’s no stopping Jae-in when he’s got... More »


Drama Recaps
1% of Anything: Episode 15
by | November 27, 2016 | 62 Comments
Our leads struggle to suppress their heartbreak as they try to get back into the swing of their lives without each other, which is much easier said than done. They pretend that their hearts are healing, but the people who love them are difficult to fool. The question is, can the two of them admit... More »


Drama Reactions & Reviews
Team Dramabeans: What we’re watching
by | November 26, 2016 | 194 Comments
I didn’t think I was watching that many dramas, but when you line them all up like that, the list has a tendency to feel overwhelming. The problem is, even if I’m not in love with a show, whenever the time comes to actually decide to cut it, I often find myself hanging in there... More »


Drama Casting & News
News bites: November 26, 2016
by | November 26, 2016 | 31 Comments
L Call me the hope-slayer: L (The Time I’ve Loved You) has confirmed his role as a “fake king” in Ruler—Master of the Mask. Born a commoner but with genius intellect, his character learns to read from Kim So-hyun and eventually becomes the stand-in for Yoo Seung-ho’s king. The political sageuk melodrama will air on... More »


Drama Recaps
1% of Anything: Episode 14
by | November 21, 2016 | 108 Comments
Well, here it is, folks. We’ve all been preparing ourselves for the inevitable angst this week, but when it hits, it hits hard. Da-hyun and Jae-in still find the time to be adorably cute together, but unfortunately, that cuteness is somewhat muted behind the force of the separation they have to face. We can only... More »


Drama Reactions & Reviews
Team Dramabeans: What we’re watching
by | November 19, 2016 | 166 Comments
Another weekend, another check-in. How’s your week of drama-watching been? Just when I feel like I’ve cleared my plate and can breathe again, a new wave comes rolling in, and just like that I’m drowning in more episodes. I mean, it’s a happy sort of drowning, but sometimes I wish we could hit the pause... More »