Tag: Conspiracy in the Court
Was it six years ago? A man and a woman at night, she bleeding from a wound on her shoulder, he tending so gently to the wound. Their voices are as soft as the breeze is light. As they walk home afterwards, cherry blossoms flutter around them, like a million pink and white lights aglow… Read More ›
Part 2 of our Best and Worst Dramas poll. (Part 1 is here.) This was an awesome year for Kdramas, but you are still limited to five choices each, haha. Think hard!
It’s one and the half years since we bade farewell to 2007. Yet many people continue to discover what a gold mine that year was, giving us some of the best Korean dramas ever made. Among 2007’s quality offerings was a relatively unknown period drama aired on cable TV. Eight Days – The Mystery of… Read More ›
What did I do after I watched Conspiracy in the Court (a.k.a. Hansungbyulgok a.k.a. Seoul’s Sad Song, 2007)? Went down on my knees and whispered, “Thank you, KBS, for the DVD.” Because to own this, to be able to look at and hold it, somehow makes it all tangible. Because I can’t tell you how… Read More ›