Posts Tagged ‘Time of Dog and Wolf’

Drama Reactions & Reviews
Time Between Dog and Wolf: A Review
by | November 3, 2012 | 119 Comments
It took me a while to get around to this drama, but I finally did. Yay – old drama checked off my list! I’m glad I watched it, because in a way I got to see how action dramas worked in 2007, and compared it to the more recent dramas of late (think IRIS, ATHENA,... More »


Drama Casting & News
No drama at the 2008 Seoul Drama Awards
by | October 14, 2008 | 41 Comments
Lame, lame, lame. I’d kind of figured that the newish Seoul Drama Awards would be bland (it’s their third year) based on the voting and nominees, so the results weren’t as disappointing as they would have been if I’d taken the Seoul Drama Festival seriously. As it was, there was a total lack of drama.... More »


Drama Reactions & Reviews
The Year in Review, Part 3: Dahee Fanel’s drama round-up
by | December 28, 2007 | 47 Comments
[And now for Dahee Fanel's comprehensive take on the past year! --javabeans] First of all, I’d like to bow my head in deep gratitude to Javabeans, the highly esteemed writer of this blog, for inviting me to post a few thoughts here. I hope she won’t regret her decision after reading what I have to... More »


Drama Reactions & Reviews
The Year in Review, Part 2: Thunderbolt’s hits and misses
by | December 27, 2007 | 56 Comments
[And now, please give your warm welcome to guest blogger Thunderbolt, who shares with us her year-end review! --javabeans] Has this happened to you? You’re reading a book on the bus or train and all of a sudden you burst out laughing. Everyone’s staring but you can’t stop grinning. And all because that line you... More »


Drama Reactions & Reviews
Scene analyses and comparisons: Sam-Girl-Wolf-Rose edition
by | August 31, 2007 | 91 Comments
As you know, for the past couple of weeks, I’ve been on the prowl for a good show to watch. I’ve sampled a bunch of series, but so far, none has really stuck. The ones I’ve found interesting have been on the mild end of the excitement spectrum, but nothing’s really gripped me. Maybe it’s... More »