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ZOMBIE MAMMA'S DRAMA REVIEW: Sensory Couple Episodes 5-6

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ZOMBIE MAMMA'S DRAMA REVIEW: Sensory Couple Episodes 5-6

This week”s episodes of Sensory Couple were just… Wow. In two episodes all my theories, guesses and expectations have been simultaneously proven and crushed and all I can do is sit here stunned while I try to process everything that”s happened. Needless to say, we”ve got some things to talk about this week so let”s get to it! . ... Read more

[HanCinema"s Drama Review] "Blood"

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It is always interesting to compare results to expectations and always a welcome outcome when good results satisfy pessimistic expectations. Romance in Korean drama is often very stale, repetitive and riddled with problematic elements, but it also tends to take over stories it should not take over. Despite the acting shortcomings of Ahn and Koo, their characters” romance is one which is well presented, based on realistic emotions, even if not circumstances, and most importantly, it is woven well into the plot. . ... Read more

[HanCinema"s Film Review] "Omnivorous Family"s Dilemma"

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Director Hwang Yoon got into documentary filmmaking because she has always had a particular interest in animals. This was how she met her veterinarian husband, and eventually ended up giving birth to a son. Hwang Yoon herself is a fan of pork cutlet, and is naturally responsible for making sure her son gets fed. So the South Korea foot-and-mouth outbreak of late 2010 got Hwang Yoon to wondering. What exactly is her family eating? How is this meat produced? And should she do something about it? . ... Read more

[HanCinema"s Drama Review] "Unkind Women" Episode 8

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The romances are coming along splendidly and are entertaining not only in that they are adorable, but in that Roo-oh likes Ma-ri for being an upright woman with a mind of her own. I can always get behind that. Written by: Raine from “Raine”s Dichotomy” . ... Read more

ZOMBIE MAMMA'S DRAMA REVIEW: Sensory Couple Episodes 3-4

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ZOMBIE MAMMA'S DRAMA REVIEW: Sensory Couple Episodes 3-4

I”m happy to say that the combination of adorable and terrifying that hooked me last week is still going strong in this week”s episodes of Sensory Couple. For a drama that just started, there”s a whole lot going on which means we”ve got a lot to talk about. Woohoo!  . ... Read more

ZOMBIE MAMMA'S DRAMA REVIEW: Sensory Couple Episodes 1-2

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ZOMBIE MAMMA'S DRAMA REVIEW: Sensory Couple Episodes 1-2

You know, when I sat down to watch the first two episodes of Sensory Couple , I had absolutely no intention of writing a review afterwards. I simply wanted to sit down and watch a drama, just for the fun of it, but by the end of the second episode (well, actually about half-way through the first episode) I knew there”d be no way for me to watch this drama and not say anything about it, so here I sit, ready to dive into a drama that has captured my attention and quite possibly my heart. Anyone care to join me? Then let”s go! . ... Read more

[Drama Review] "The Girl Who Can See Smells" - Episode 8

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THE GIRL WHO CAN SEE SMELLS – EPISODE 8
We”re finally seeing good things happen. Cho Rim is starting to recover from the amnesia, and there”s some progress with our OTP. What could be better?

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[Drama Review] "The Girl Who Can See Smells" - Episode 7

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Moo Gak, humbled by a killer”s blade

Oh, where do I start? So good, yet, still messy when you start to think about it…

When Moo Gak finds out about Cho Rim“s efforts to put some distance between them, he tries to get more involved, insisting that they do skits together and that she help him with investigations. Our heroes work together to exonerate a friend in yet another unrelated crime, and the barcode murder investigation is derailed when Chun“s body shows up (complete with barcode) and Moo Gak is stabbed and left for dead…. ... Read more

[HanCinema"s Drama Review] "Let"s Eat - Season 2" Episode 6

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Soo-ji”s incremental progress toward a relationship with Sang-woo here is foiled by…rental payments. Good, good, more absurdity. I mean it”s not really that absurd. Pretty much everybody has to struggle with the rent, especially in the wake of a dumb impulse purchase. But this isn”t the kind of real-life issue that normally shows up in dramas. Fiction tends to focus on concept rather than reality. Yet as “Let”s Eat – Season 2” shows here, a lot of mileage can be accomplished just by watching Soo-ji squirm over the rent. . ... Read more