I love Gong Hyo-jin, so I am excited for the new Kdrama When the Camelia Blooms, which is premiering this month. I am even more excited because this is from the Fight for My Way writer who knew how to pull all my nostalgic heartstrings in that drama. A few posters have been released showing the adorableness expected from this show. The character profile was also released from it which indicates that everyone and their mama (papa?) will be in love with Gong Hyo-jin. I can get behind that.
I don’t know about you, but I am ready for a bit of horror to creep into my drama watching (not too much, though, just a teeny tiny bit). Well, it looks like I will have that in spades with Strangers From Hell which looks all sorts of creepy. Though we did get a good tip that it isn’t supernatural creepy. So I guess that means it is situational creepy? Contemporary creepy? I’ll take that.
I am late to the game with show, but it is definitely one that we want to live recap come premiere day. There is just something fun and Disney about beautiful boys surrounded by a scrappy girl who could care less about them, to their continuous dismay. Of course, that might not end up being what this show is about, but that is a trope that I do love explored, when I’m in the mood for it, that is. Right now, I say bring on the fluff.
If you are looking to sink into a woman surrounded by men drama then When the Camellia Blooms might be for you. At least I think it is because a lot has not been revealed about it yet. When the Camelia Blooms is about a woman named Dong-baek (played by Gong Hyo-jin) who gets involved with three men representing a good man, a bad man, and a Darcy type man (whom is actually described as a mean man, but I’m going with Darcy).
It’s almost fall! Which means creepy shows are welcomed and encouraged to get us in just that perfect spooky mood for Halloween. So, though I am normally fear averse, I try to tell myself to give it a go during this time of the year.
Okay, I don’t know whose idea it was to cast two people as lovers in a drama when it looks like one could cosplay the other, but hey it’s an MBC show so I’ll just go with it.
If there is one person who needs a diary, it is definitely a psychopath. Just get all that emotional energy out of you and on the page, honey bunches. And you know who needs a diary even more than him? A man who got hit on the head and thinks he’s a psychopath because that is a thing that happens in this drama. And you know who needs a diary even more? The woman who has to deal with both these men. Welcome to Psychopath’s Diary everyone.
Alright y’all, dramaland has some hilarious premises and situations in their mountains, rivers, and valleys already, well Melting Me Softly will fit right on in there nicely with them as a little tree on top of the WTF hillock. I for one really want to see if they can make this work! Plus, it has Ji Chang-wook in it straight from military release. Combine that with the lovely Won Jin-ah and we have ourselves a show!
Okay, you need to hop in your way way back machine to see when this Vagabond script reading happened because this drama has been shooting since the beginning of the year. Seriously. The drama actually finished shooting in May. I heard it was supposed to air in May also, but something must have delayed it (*ahem* Arthdal *cough*).
Another script reading is out with a show that I know I am all on board toward and will most likely need an IV drip lined up when it airs. Though don’t get too attached to the name because it is a literal translation and we all know how much Dramaland names change and then change back and then change again only to change back later. Right now it is called Love’s Emergency Landing which has Hallmark movie turned tv show written all over it. Come to mama.
There is nothing like a script reading to get me all a flutter for a new drama series. Case in point with The Tale of Nokdu, which I had no clue about until I saw that their script reading photos where out and delicious looking. So, of course I had to do some digging.
Buckle up because we have a new Monday-Tuesday show on tvN to sink our drama loving teeth into.
We have another Behind the Scenes video for Touch Your Heart today! This one is from KingKong by Starship, which is Lee Dong-wook’s entertainment company.…