Hello. This is a Korean in America.
How are you doing in the early summer days?
I have been hard at getting my reviews out as usual but also been putting efforts into some new features for my blog with some long term goals.




Hello. This is a Korean in America. Today I will be going over a Korean drama from the past that many may not know as it was an OK show when it aired but was not as ground breaking as “Lovers in Paris” (2004) for its time. This Korean drama is the “First Love of a Royal Prince” (2004).
Interesting Analysis of 90s Classic Teen RomCom "10 Things I Hate About You"
I've been messing around with this!


I saw this very art-house movie and was interesting for an hour as having the characters just talking.
However, it does not have enough content to support another hour!!



This week brought with it the end of JTBC’s Secret Love Affair so it only makes sense to mention it as a weekend marathon option but I have to warn you now, this is not going to be my typical “oh I love this drama and you have to go watch it right now” review.


Introduction
Hello. This is a Korean in America. Today I went to the first showing of “Godzilla” (2014) with rather low expectations. The “Godzilla” (1998) movie directed by “Roland Emmerich” was just barely OK for me and I was never much of a fan of the whole “Kaiju” film genre from Japan. So, I was going in fresh as a somewhat “intellectual” movie goer and armature “critic” of movies if I could be even called that.
Hello. This is a Korean in America. On my wondering through Korean dramas from the past decade, I got back to one of the earliest modern Korean medical dramas, Surgeon Bong Dal Hee (2007).

The objective of the game is to obtain more points than other players by using Consonants and Vowels in a sequence to create Korean words listed on the word cards. 

Example: Player Card

The objective of the game is to gather more points than others by collecting cards using the initial hand of cards given to each player.

Component:
·         48 player cards
·         6 reserve cards
·         3 player tokens
·         6 Additional point cards

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Hello. This is a Korean in America. In this article, I would like to discuss the long running Korean family drama genre. It is a subgenre of K-dramas in which interesting characters, dynamic relationships, and slice of life storytelling need to come together but usually falls short.
The origin of the "house of cards"! A great view!!!!




Hello. This is a Korean in America. Today, I’ll be covering a classic Korea drama, “Lovers in Paris”, which I would have to say led the way into the mid-2000s Korean drama renaissance. 

Hello. This is a Korean in America. Today will try to update a review I did last year early in my blogging career. I will like to re-review the Korean drama”9 end 2 outs”.


In the previous posts, I talked about what may be done to change the Japanese Flower cards used in the game of “Go-stop. Now let’s go talk about what should be changed in the game itself.