Just Bananas About: Week of 5/22/15

It’s no secret that I’ve been eagerly looking forward to the new drama, Producer. I haven’t been able to stop tweeing about it. The writer behind You From Another Star. Cha Tae Hyun, Gong Hyo Jin, Kim Soo Hyun and IU. Need I say more?

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Jive Monkey Playlist: 5/18/15

It seems that it’s all about the ladies.  While last night’s Billboard Awards featured a powerhouse of female musicians, today’s playlist is about 3 Korean female artists that’s I’ve been into recently.  They range from veteran status to an up and coming solo artist but their commonality is that I’ve been loving their entire album.  For the sake of time though, I’ll feature one song from each of the artists.

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Just Bananas About: Week of 5/15/15

For the last few months, I’ve been watching Witch Hunt.  I had wanted to watch the show when it first started airing but haven’t had the time.  I got a chance to watch an episode during a slow week and now I have to watch it weekly… even though I still don’t have the time.  Ha.

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[Review] Blood – 블러드


Park Ji Sang (Ahn Jae Hyun) is a vampire who grows up scared of his superhuman abilities and thirst for blood. As a teenager, he lives as a recluse with his mother. After his mother’s death, he grows up to become a surgeon and learns to control his vampiric tendencies.

In an attempt to find a cure for his condition and find out the truth behind the death of his parents, he accepts a position as the Head of the Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery team at Taemin Hospital. There he meet Dr. Yoo Ri Ta (Gu Hye Sun), the arrogant niece to the hospital’s chairman. She’s initially envious of the new young doctor’s skill as a surgeon and it ignites a rivalry between the doctors.

At the same time, the hospital’s new director Lee Jae Wook (Ji Jin Hee) bring his radical treatment to test on various patients at the hospital which raises concern from the two doctors.

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Just Bananas About: Week of 5/8/15

What is a chaebol to do when his secretary overlaps his appointment with his wife and his mistress?  Heard It Through the Grapevine continues to be a hilarious in this black comedy about the rich Han family.

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