Author Archives: jomo143

Saimdang Brings Back A Man

He glows and glowers; he has super powers. Smashing the mirror with wings of a dove. He stares and he’s sad, his Auntie won’t help him. He needs to forget his first and true love: Advertisements

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Kill Me, Heal Me – Shakespeare Would Approve

There is something very Shakespearian about Kill Me Heal Me. We love it because it is a funny show with romantic moments, however, the lightness exists in strong contrast to the dark. As awesome as Yo-na is as a character, … Continue reading

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Kill Me Heal Me: Ji Sung is ♥ ☺ Fanvid

I haven’t done one of these in years! Here’s hoping my channel doesn’t get shut down too soon.

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Kill Me, Heal Me: All for One

Poem for Week 2 It’s a trick. These faces. We get to taste each one separately. Like picking out ingredients of a dish one at a time, Or trying out a Chinese dim sum feast on the turntable before us. … Continue reading

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How Revenge Drama Characters Do Not Actually Represent Real People

Some of the revenge plots in dramas are impressive. I don’t think a real person is capable of focussing that sharply or for that long to actually succeed. Real life has too many distractions. 🙂 Thanks again to my children … Continue reading

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Oh, So You Watch Asian Dramas? Really? That’s….um…interesting…

I know you all have encountered the same reaction that I get when I tell folks I watch television from Asia with subtitles. My response, thanks to my daughter, LB, is here.

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Kill Me, Heal Me : First Impressions ♥ ;)

Kill Me, Heal Me commands, and I give in  –  even without 100% subs. While I anticipate understanding all of what the people are saying, and knowing the full picture of the plot, the first two episodes delivered enough emotional punch to pull me … Continue reading

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