Biases: What Are They Up To Now?


So what are my biases up to these days??? Let’s take a look.

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First Peek! Midnight Runners with Park Seo Joon and Kang Ha Neul


Midnight Runners — an action comedy starring Park Seo Joon and Kang Ha Neul about two rookie police students witnessing a kidnap, and tried to take matters into their own hands when the police force face obstacles and had to halt the investigation.

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Biases: What Are They Up To Now?

Biases Up to

My Drama Land is experiencing a bit of drought again. Most biases have completed their projects, and some are leaving for military services, whereas a couple of them are just taking their sweet honey time reviewing script offers. Meanwhile a few are busy with fan meetings. Damn those fan meet tours. And the good shows are coming to an end one week after another. Aish. Not happy. Not happy at all.

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Moon Lover Scarlet Heart: Ryeo Releases Intense & Blood-Spattering Teasers


UPDATE: 2016.08.15 Added new teaser & stills

Moon Lover Scarlet Heart: Ryeo releases its first official teaser preview and group character poster today, just as Moonlight Drawn by Clouds release its third teaser. So the battle begins hey?—Narratively speaking for the storyline of the drama as well as between broadcasting stations.

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Third Peek! Moon Lover: Scarlet Heart Ryeo Drops Individual Character Posters


Hmm. Would have been nice if they release an all cast character poster to go along with these individual ones too. Then I wouldn’t have to use such pathethic one as feature image. Anywhos, we have brand new character posters released for upcoming sageuk drama, Moon Lover: Scarlet Heart: Ryeo. They really should just stick to one name and be done with it, sigh.

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Permanet Resident in Dramaland for the next 5-6 Months


Oh shit. How am I going to juggle between real life and drama life from now on for the next 5-6 months?

My schedule is super jam packed with the following dramas:

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First Peek! Scarlet Heart:Ryeo Poster & Preview


UPDATE: Added 5 mins preview of the drama

Ladies and gentleman, look what we have here? First poster released for all the main characters of Scarlet: Ryeo (or Bu Bu Jing Xin). Everything is falling into its place nicely now. As previously introduced here, here and here, the drama is helmed by IU, Lee Jun Ki, Kang Ha Neul, Nam Joo Hyuk, Ji Soo and many more.

NOTE: I’ll be sticking the teaser trailer into this post if they release it next without any new stills.

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First Peek! Scarlet Heart: Ryeo First Stills


The casts of Scarlet Heart: Ryeo starring has kick-started on the drama shooting. Here we have first peek into the stills release on our three main casts — IU, Lee Jun Ki and Kang Ha Neul. IU looks beautiful in Goryeo wear, aww.

The drama will be 100% pre-produced, so there will be longer wait, but hopefully this also signify better quality in terms of direction, cinematography and most importantly, script-writing.
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Drama Review: Answer Me 1988

On the back (from left): Yoo Jae Myung, Kim Sung Kyun, Kim Sun Young, Lee Il Hwa, Ra Mi Ran, Song Dong Il & Choi Moo Sung. Middle row (from left): Park Bo Gum, Ryu Jun Yeol, Hyeri, Go Kyung Pyo, Kim Seol & Lee Dong Hwi. Front (from left): Ahn Jae Hong, Ryu Hye Young & Choi Sung Won.

Answer Me 1988 is the third installment of the Answer Me franchise produced by tvN, and to my surprise, turns out to be the best written. I still remember cringing at the thought of 80’s fashion, and how ugly they were, or how I would have allergies seeing it. Little did I know it brings back so much nostalgia from that era, and the simplicity of life back then became the ultimate winner for the storyline.

Everyone contributed to this drama with their best, and left the viewers with loving and lasting impression. It is hard to say goodbye, and I sort of wish this show would go on a little while longer, because there are still so many stories the writer can tell us about them. The journey of Answer Me 1988 characters has not ended because we have reached the finale episode, for them, it was the beginning of a new chapter. I wonder, if it’s possible, tvN ever considers a spin-off or even just a Special episode for Answer Me 1988?

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