It isn’t often life gives people a second chance. And it never offers the opportunity to erase a death that’s already happened.
“…as long as nothing happens between them, the memory is cursed with what hasn’t happened.” – Marguerite Duras, Blue Eyes, Black Hair
I was ready to give Love in Spring a solid 4 out of 5 while I was watching the 10th episode.
It will probably take more than a few episodes for me to form a first impression for Love in Spring, because after 6 episodes, I can confidently say I still have no idea what I feel about this.
“I love you because the entire universe conspired to help me find you.” —Paul Coelho, The Alchemist
It’s Pride Month and we are feeling blessed. As such, our dedicated team members are working hard to deliver quality content.
It’s healing, beautiful, and inspiring to see people realize their dreams.
Occasionally a drama surprises me. Not because I have low expectations of it but because I expected something completely different, primarily based on the synopsis.
Food, music, and the ocean are all healing for the soul, soothing the mind and body when needed. And the new Korean BL Ocean Likes Me aims to do just that.
From beginning to end, the webtoon live-action adaptation Cherry Blossoms After Winter maintains the same emotional appeal for me that it started with. Fate brings our two leads, Seo Hae Bom (Ok Jin Uk) and Jo Tae Sung (Kang Hui), together under the same roof, their relationship further complicated by Tae Sung’s unrequited feelings.