Tag: You’ve Fallen for Me

2011 – A Year in Review

This year has been a wild ride in k-dramaland. From the excesses of Secret Garden fandom to little shows popping up on new cable channels, it’s been interesting to say the least. I made a list and checked it twice, and I was struck by the number of shows that I had watched at least… Read More ›

Most spine-tingling moment of the week

You know what’s a most magical moment for me in a kdrama? When an unexpected scene comes along and stuns me with its sheer power or poignancy. I’m blown away by the intensity of emotions, both on the screen and felt by me. I feel my hair standing (in a good way). Two nights ago… Read More ›

What makes a good drama?

In the last few days I have watched dramas so fine I don’t feel worthy, and dramas so farcical* they make a mockery of the whole genre. *(In case you’re wondering, no, I’m not referring to Boys Over Flowers.) Whether a drama is brilliant or a piece of crap, it affects me. I may feel… Read More ›

You’ve Fallen for Me: Episodes 1-2

A crotchety grandfather. A chivalrous stranger. Just like that I was sold, and all within the first two minutes. If you had asked me last month if I was planning on watching You’ve Fallen for Me (2011), I would have stared at you blankly. The name does not ring a bell. But about six days… Read More ›