Hello. This is a Korean in America. On my current J-drama vacation away from writing about K-drama, I’ve somewhat on a genre binge focusing on the so called “extended transfer student” genre. Ogon no Buta is a good series in this genre that I forgot about and just found.

Hello. This is a Korean in America. Recently, I’ve been going back to my J-drama backlog. While scrolling along the list, I saw Yonekura Ryoko’s name and decided to look at her body of work. Nasake no Onna was the one I chose to view after seeing Doctor X. Since chronologically,  Nasake no Onna is earlier and both are basically in the same genre, I decided to talk about Nasake no Onna first.

Hello. This is a Korean in America. While watching… well trying to watch “Marry Him if you dare” through all the pain, I had a sense of Déjà vu. It was not a surprising feeling while watching K-drama since they tend to be very derivative in general. But this was the stronger feeling that I get from watching awkward K-drama adaptation of J-drama material. Then, I remembered watching “Juunen Saki mo Kimi ni”. So, let’s talk about “Juunen Saki mo Kimi ni”,


Hello.This is a Korean in America. This is an excerpt of a Essay/Comic regarding Game development from more than a decade ago that I had with me for years.


Enjoy! Click the link below.
 
Hello.This is a Korean in America. This is an excerpt of a Essay/Comic regarding Game development from more than a decade ago that I had with me for years.
Enjoy! Click the link below.
Hello. This is a Korean in America. I have been asking some of my Tweeter followers to tweet me some questions about Koreans. This is what I got. Part 3.
Hello. This is a Korean in America. I have been asking some of my Tweeter followers to tweet me some questions about Koreans. This is what I got. Part 2.
Hello. This is a Korean in America. Today, I want to talk briefly about the new J-drama “Danda Rin ~ The Labour Standards Inspector”.

Hello. This is a Korean in America. I have been asking some of my Tweeter followers to tweet me some questions about Koreans. This is what I got. Part 1.
Hello. This is a Korean in America. Today, I will discuss the J-drama series “Starman ~ Kono Hoshi no Koi”.

Hello. This is a Korean in America. Today, I’ll be reviewing the 2013 Remake of the 1976 Horror classic “Carrie” directed by Brian De Palma. Let’s see if this Carrie can scare us white like the original!

 This is a Korean in America. After watching the first 2 episodes of Marry him if you dare, I decided to measure the current crop of K-dramas airing. Below are the grades accompanied with the reasoning behind the grades given. Enjoy!
Live tweeting episode 2
Ok awkward. Dialog pickup

What is he drinking ?

Who just gives a cop her passport?

Hello. This is some of the K-drama adaptions of J-dramas I have in the pipeline!


Operation Proposal---Proposal Daisakusen (completed)
Can’t Lose-Sasaki Fusai no Jingi Naki Tatakai
The Queen of Office-Haken no Hinkaku
Jin-Jin   (completed)

Some other  K-drama adaptions of J-dramas
To The Beautiful You-Hanazakari no Kimitachi e
Master of Study-Dragon Zakura
Star's lover-Star no Koi
 Take Care of the Young Lady-Celeb to Binbo Taro




I will post as soon as I can get through the research!

Thanks!

A Koran New paper Article about the proliferation of K-drama remakes
Is in Korean but try the translation feature of your browser

Hello. This is a Korean in America. 10/9/2013 was a special day. It was the day that the most hyped K-drama of my long and old memory aired its first episode. And what did we get? Let’s find out.


“Heirs” is set around a group of Korean teens who all come from the upper one percent Korean families with one exception. This exception is our main protagonist or at least one part of the main breeding pair, the poor girl. It is about their lives of privilege and pain…

Hello. This is a Korean in America. Today, I will be reviewing the movie “Wedding Palace” which uses the subject of the Korean society in America and marriage.  Even for Korean movie fans in the U.S., this movie may not be well known as it is an independent movie which is currently being shown in select theaters.


I was recently in Manhattan with a friend from Korea. During that time we stopped by the AMC movie theater near time square and saw a poster for “Wedding Palace” which I had never heard. So, I was just going to pass it and just leave it too New York having too many Koreans around. Really, you can hear Korean being spoken all around the island of Manhattan.