1 NIGHT 2 DAYS, JR.
I realize I’m a bit late with this review. Later than I wanted it to be but anyway here goes. 1 Night 2 Days seems to have met its match and it comes in the form of cute celebrity kids with big personalities. The premise is simple. Take five entertainment celebrity dads and have them take their kids on an overnight trip without mom.
Previously, I introduced all the celebs and their kids in my Banana’s post last week. I’ve mentioned how I love how different all the dads are. Whether it’s their occupation or their parenting personalities and so it’s no surprise that even the kids have such different personalities.
Posted by chunkeemonkeeato on February 27, 2013
OH DO IL EE GWAN JI ME A SUPERHERO
Jeon Woo Chi (Cha Tae Hyun) is a Taoist wizard who once studied under Hong Gil Dong. In order to rid the country of corruption and get his love Hong Moo Yeon (Uee) back, Jeon Woo Chi must fight against two other power wizards, Ma Sook (Kim Gab Soo) and Kang Rim (Lee Hee Joon).
Posted by chunkeemonkeeato on February 24, 2013
I think I just found my new favorite variety show. Last week, I have been busy marathoning Dad! Where Are You Going? and I found it both hilariously funny and heartwarming. While I plan on getting into what episodes have occurred so far in a first impressions review of the program, I thought I’d take the opportunity to just introduce the show here.
Posted by chunkeemonkeeato on February 18, 2013
ICE ICE BABY
In the Joseon Dynasty, ice is a commodity that’s more precious than gold. Blocks of it are harvested from the frozen rivers in the winter and put into storage protected by royal guards who distribute and sell it throughout the year. When corrupt officials conspire to form a monopoly and fix its price, a gang of 11 plot to steal the ice right underneath them.
I feel like these days if you’ve seen one caper movie, you’ve seen ‘em all. But this Ocean’s Eleven takes us back in time to the Joseon era. The English title is actually The Grand Heist which they changed from the original translation because of that other little known movie with the same title. Looking at the cast, you know they’re more than capable of bringing the funny but the measure of a good caper flick are the twists.
Posted by chunkeemonkeeato on November 8, 2012
DOES HIGH SCHOOL EVER END?
The drama follows the lives of several Busan high school students through maturity.
Sung Shi Won (Jung Eun Ji) idolizes Tony from H.O.T. but because of her activities following the group she’s at the bottom of her class. Yoon Yoon Jae (Seo In Guk) is at the top of the class and secretly crushes on his best friend, Shi Won.
Posted by chunkeemonkeeato on September 24, 2012
This has got to be my new favorite K-Drama at the moment. I was confused by the fact that they were only going to air 8 episodes and that it was called a sitcom but it seems that they will be airing 2 short format episodes back to back on Tuesday nights. Each episode should run about 30 to 40 minutes in length and so far I think it’s working for the plot. The first two episodes were tightly written and edited so that it connected several unrelated character stories within each episode.
Posted by chunkeemonkeeato on July 30, 2012
SHE SAID v. HE SAID
Judge: Presiding over the case of whether or not “Can’t Lose” is a worthy drama worth fangirling over. Two married lawyers end up getting divorced over irreconcilable differences and only then learn how to truly love each other. Prosecution is going to argue against the drama and Defense will argue for the drama.
Posted by chunkeemonkeeato on October 21, 2011
THE CAUTIONARY TALE OF THE FROG BOYS
The film is based on a true story about the unsolved murder case of 5 boys dubbed the “frog boys” who went missing in 1991 after telling their parents that they were going to the nearby mountain in order to catch frogs. We see glimpses of the aftermath through several eyes: the parents, the detectives and a TV documentary producer, Kang Ji Seung (Park Yong Woo).
Posted by chunkeemonkeeato on August 5, 2011