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Cross Drama Club Episodes 3-4: An Offer You Can’t Refuse

DeShonda Thigpen on Wed, Feb 14, 2018

Medical Students, welcome back to this week’s drama club review of the exciting medical thriller, Cross. Join DeShonda, Wendilynn and Ajummah as we discuss the continuation of last week’s cliffhanger, whether or not we can trust all the main characters, and what exactly In Kyu is planning on doing when returning to the prison.


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Go Go Waikiki Episodes 1 & 2 Review: 3 Men, 2 Girls, & A Baby = One Zany Family

Logan Blair on Thu, Feb 08, 2018

You may not actually be going to Hawaii, but we think this new drama is so enjoyable that it at least makes you feel like you're on vacation. Thanks for visiting us here at the Waikiki Go Go Drama Club. Join Akua, Kate, and me (Logan) as we get to know the inhabitants of the Waikiki Guest House and the mishaps they experience on a daily basis. From awkward "first kisses" to unfortunate facial hair incidents there is never a dull moment in this house.


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6 Lee Bo Young quotes about her coveted relationship with husband Ji Sung

Shelly M on Tue, Jan 23, 2018

Tomorrow, Lee Bo Young returns to the small screen in TVN's emotional new series Call Me Mother. In the remake of the 2010 Japanese hit show, she plays a temp teacher who realizes one of her students is being abused at home and takes rescue matters into her own hands. In real life, Lee is happily married to fellow actor Ji Sung and is a doting mom to daughter Kwak Ji Yoo. She is living the good life and has plenty to say about the wonderful husband she chose. Let's reminisce about six quotes she shared about life with Ji Sung. 


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6 Reasons why A Long Way Off will remind you of your favorite K-drama

Shelly M on Thu, Jan 18, 2018

Family-friendly film A Long Way Off premiered on DramaFever this month, and American actors Jason BurkeyEdie McClurg and Robert Davi joined a host of stars in the feel-good production. The story, about an irresponsible son wasting his inheritance and returning home, may seem mundane at first glance, but it actually has more in common with you favorite K-drama than you think. Let's take a look at the similarities now. 


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8 Shows to watch while you wait for EXO Kai's Spring Has Come

Shelly M on Thu, Jan 11, 2018

Spring Has Come premieres on DramaFever this weekend! The short series promises to be full of touching family interactions, secrets, and a good dose of romance, and we can't wait! Kai's on-chemistry with Kurashina Kana and his connection with her TV family will definitely be worth the wait. How can we endure the next couple of days and the week in between episodes? An international film marathon will do! Enjoy Korean, Japanese, Chinese, American and even New Zealand gems, while you anxiously wait to see Kai's Japanese series debut.


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Andante Episodes 4 - 6 Review: Keeping it real

Wendilynn K on Mon, Nov 13, 2017

Shi Kyung and his family are making friends and touching lives. In the process, the facade they’ve all hid behind starts to fall away. Grandma starts to thaw and let her family in. Shi Kyung finds a girlfriend and learns to not care about fake things. Shi Young finds a little truce and a whole lot of swag in her grandmother. And maybe, just maybe, the town finds out that they need them just as much as they need each other. So join C.C. Farmer, OhSoEnthusiastic and me, Wendilynn, as we talk about these episodes of Andante.


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Why is it such a big deal that Choi Siwon is a 3rd generation heir in Revolutionary Love?

Nancy Z on Fri, Nov 10, 2017

Romantic comedy Revolutionary Love has continued to capture viewers' attention and winning fans. As you probably know by now, the story is focused on Byun Hyuk (Choi Siwon), an immature and naive rich heir who finally learns the facts of life when he is forced to work just like the rest of us. One thing that has intrigued me for awhile is the frequent reminder that Byun Hyuk is a 3rd-generation heir. Why not 2nd gen? Why does the reference of "3rd-gen heir" get so much hype?


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5 Times Choi Si Won's Dad was out of control in Revolutionary Love

Shelly M on Fri, Nov 10, 2017

It's a known fact that Revolutionary Love is full of laughs and love, but there is also an element of terror in it. The father and son moments in this series are anything but touching. Byun Hyuk (Choi Si Won) has suffered horrible abuse at the hands of his filthy rich father for a number of years. 

Today, let's take a look at some of the moments CEO Byun Kang Soo (Choi Jae Sung) was completely out of control. 


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