Monday, September 15, 2014

Who likes Ddeokbokki?


   Park Myeongsu's Ddeokbokki of course^^ Ever since hearing this song for the first time, it's on my daily "Feel Good" playlist. It has this familiar, rural-stylized feel, catchy rhythm and absolutely positive flow. With a substantial dose of weirdness.

Wake Me Up When...

 
  
    ...Koreans get their priorities right. Oh well, let's not be biased, let's say - when fandoms get their priorities straight, because what's been happening in September in our lovely Hallyuland, can turn a normal person into a raging Hulk within 0.00000001 sec.
September is an eventful month in this particular world. Kdrama-llama land may be barren and boring for months but when events start to happen, it's a deluge.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

7 Deadly Sins


   This is probably the most shocking, politically incorrect, disgusting and heavy thing I have watched in 2014. This 20-something minutes per episode show will not triumph at Emmy's Awards. Or maybe it will, who am I to judge?

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Yiruma - Atmosfera

 
   
   New album of our favorite piano composer. And this time it's not only piano.
The observant listeners will probably spot the very craftily inserted the title of his most known piece up to date.

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Utopia - Second Season

   
   The acid trip continues. 
The very first episode took us back to the seventies (1974) when Philip Carvel created Janus under Milner's threat she'd harm Jessica. But neurotic Carvel (played by Tom Burke) tricked everyone by hiding Janus project in... as we got to know at the very end of season one - in the body of his own daughter.
And we're only at episode 3 so far...

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Summer screen


   This season is exceptionally filled with good dramas. Last year I had I Hear Your Voice and Monstar to spazz about, this season - few of them. Both Korean and western series.

Monday, July 14, 2014

Miss Saigon trailer


There are no words that could express what I feel right now. Powerful, soul-tearing, scarring...
Looks like my Mr. Hong Kwangho took a great opportunity to shine.
I thought I could watch it, but my UK trip next week somehow put all kinds of obstacles to it. I can hope for DVD out of it, right?