Tag: Lee Da Hae

Mid-Year Report Card (Part 2)

Okay! Now that we’ve sussed out the best/worst kdrama offerings for the first half of this year, it’s time to check out the lead performances and everyone’s favorite topic: the OTPs!

Chuno, Chuno

May we sit down for a chat? I really want to tell you what I think (and feel) about you.

Favorite Female Roles (Part 1)

Here is Part 2 of our Favorite Roles poll. Part 1 is here. Twenty actresses and seven of their most recent or most famous roles. (They must have at least seven to qualify for this poll. Sorry, Yoon Eun-hye.) Again, in random order except for the one who reigns deservedly at the top: Korea’s first win at… Read More ›

Green Rose

A man is framed for murder and attempted murder. The evidence points conclusively to his guilt and he is sentenced to life imprisonment. Thrown into the pits, he fights to restore his name and everything he has lost. That, in a nutshell, is the premise for Green Rose (2005). Playing the accused, Lee Jung-hyun, is… Read More ›

Sweet 18

Like its title, Sweet 18 (2004) is sweet indeed. Some of us might find ourselves floating out of our skins because as feel-good dramas go, this one is hard to beat. Some of us (especially if we watch the drama now) might experience an attack of the sniffles. Why? Because the happy-ever-after that we wanted… Read More ›