Asian cinema admirer
K-Drama enthusiast

Favorite films

  • The Wailing
  • The Fortress
  • Chang-ok's Letter
  • Ode to the Goose

Recent activity

  • Sweet Little Lies


  • The Music Room


  • That Day, on the Beach


  • The Friends


Pinned reviews

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    Everything was perfectly blended! I really really love it! I need to take a long sigh before pouring out my amazement into words.

    So, I didn't watch any trailer or read any spoiler and synopsis, I just watched and it really surprise me. All the details were admirable, their acting performances, their eccentric attires, the infinity of ideas, the sound fusion between universe, the laughable corny jokes, the alluring cinematography, and the well-crafted storyline. Their wild imaginations were really wacky,…

  • Landscape in the Mist

    Landscape in the Mist


    A sister and a brother try to find their father, whom they have never met, in Germany. Landscape in The Mist is a coming-of-age film using road trip theme that beautifully depicts the strong desire of two siblings for reaching their dream and displays the failure of modern-society.

    I really really really love this kind of story. When people desperate of something and they tried their best until the end. Also I adore how they portray a lot of contradictory…

Recent reviews

  • Spiritwalker



    So basically it's Beauty Inside....with drugs.

  • Our Blues

    Our Blues


    Bawling my eyes out through the last episode :_(

    I always like when a drama had many characters involved, they gave flow to the plot so it didn't bore you, and writer Noh Hee-Kyung did a really good job on that aspect (again). Our Blues is one of the best healing dramas that I've ever watched, not only because the beautiful landscapes, melancholic vibes, soothing musics, and brilliant acting, but also owing to their perfect storyline for each character. At…

Popular reviews

  • Twenty Five Twenty One

    Twenty Five Twenty One


    I don't know where to start. I thought this drama would be like another youth romance story, but I was wrong. It really hooked me. I love how they giving us a unique story about fencing and IMF crisis, also how this drama can made us viewers became attach with all the characters without even noticing it.

    Twenty Five Twenty One is quite realistic in many ways that it didn't feel like a drama, it feels like a real story. It…

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