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A Review of “Sell Your Haunted House”

  Also translated as Daebak real estate, the series has made waves as a dark-themed thrilling drama that manages to keep the audience in suspense all through. With Hong Ji-Ah (Jang Na-Ra) and Oh In-Beom (Jung Yong-Hwa) as the main

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A Review of Blackpink: The Movie

  The movie is a sum up of the girl group Blackpink’s first 5 years in the K-Pop entertainment industry. The 100 minutes film illustrates the members’ professional growth as a band. It reflects the half-decade long friendship with the

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Monsta X One Of A Kind Album Review

  Monsta X is known for bringing their A-game. They’re edgier, have some serious bops under their belt, and have a solid fan base. This album was anticipated to say the least. Let’s break down the tunes and what they

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TXT’s The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE Album Review

  TOMORROW X TOGETHER has kept their momentum. This new album brings some serious game and has quite deep themes as well. The loss of love, the confusion of life, and trying not to fall for someone–TXT gives it all

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ARMY Time Capsule: BTS BE Album Review

  BTS is known for their honest lyricism, hauntingly beautiful melodies, and on-fire tracks. BE is an album that shows a different side to the group. This album was meant to be reflective of the time in which it was

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Why Something in The Rain Was So Disappointing

Plot: Something in the Rain is about a woman in her mid-30s, Jin-ah, who lives with her parents and manages a coffee franchise. She has a terrible boyfriend, who is both boring and abusive. She comes in contact with her

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Start-Up is the Feel-Good Drama You Need

  Start-Up is one of the few dramas I’ve seen some of my friends buy merchandise for and now I totally understand why. This drama was such a blast to watch! There are very few downer moments in this show,

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Itaewon Class Is Not For the Faint-Hearted

  Who knew a story about a pub owner would be so intense!? Itaewon Class is a story of revenge, self-sacrifice, and ambition. It is full of deep emotion and themes. I’m still not over it, and here’s why. Warning:

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Magnificent “Raya and the Last Dragon” Takes Flight

  Words cannot express how incredible the message and imagery of Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon are, but it’s worth a shot! Raya and the Last Dragon (Raya from this point on), which was released via premier access on

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Instant Classic: Crash Landing On You

There is a reason why the world seems to love this show. It is a classic! So many of my friends who have never touched a K-Drama have told me about their interest in Crash Landing On You. For those

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It’s Okay Not To Be Okay and Why That’s True

It’s Okay Not To Be Okay 100% lived up to the hype. In fact, it was better than I thought it was going to be! Dealing with deep topics such as mental health, identity, and forgiveness—this show is sure to

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Because This Is My First Life: The Cute K-Drama You’ve Been Waiting For

Because This Is My First Life is a cute show with an interesting plot, funny moments, and heartwarming vibes. If you need a pick me up after having your heart ripped out from the drama you just binged, this show

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Messy “Girl on the Train” a Laughable Remake

  If you’re a fan of the Paula Hawkins’ 2015 novel The Girl on the Train and the 2016 film of the same name starring Emily Blunt, Netflix recently released the Hindi version of The Girl on the Train. As

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Flawed “Hi Bye, Mama!” a Sweet Look at “What-Ifs”

Note: Post contains spoilers Family, tragedy, sorrow, heart, and healing: The TvN/Netflix drama Hi Bye, Mama! has it all wrapped up in a heartwarming comedy-drama that asks the question of what would happen if a loved one came back to

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Review: Promising “Mystic Pop-up Bar” Fizzles

Note: Post may contains spoilers COVID-19 has given many people a renewed love with K-Drama indulgence, and Netflix has become one of the leading sources for K-Dramas for international audiences. Despite 2020’s wretchedness, Netflix has gifted us with a healthy

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