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Why Watching Comedy Sitcoms Has Become My Most Unproductive Task

I’m a slacker. While I rejoice in having to post more than ten blog posts in the past month, I have not earned a single penny out of it. It has become a hobby, but I’m hoping that I could at least garner more traffic and follows in the future. What makes it worse is that I have been into comedy sitcoms again (since September), … Continue reading Why Watching Comedy Sitcoms Has Become My Most Unproductive Task

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4 Reasons to Watch Netflix’s Sing On!

I’m not sure if you’ve already heard of Netflix’s Sing On! or if the Game Show was suggested to you by the streaming platform, but you are definitely missing out if you still haven’t watched a single episode! What is Sing On!? So, let me get you through the basics. Sing On! is a Reality Game Show on Netflix hosted by Tituss Burgess (of Unbreakable … Continue reading 4 Reasons to Watch Netflix’s Sing On!

The King: Eternal Monarch' review

‘The King: Eternal Monarch’ Becomes Highest Rated Weekend Drama to Premiere

Lee Min Ho and Kim Go Eun’s latest Korean drama, The King Eternal Monarch, premiered yesterday, April 17, with an overwhelming response making it the highest-rated weekend drama in its first episode. In Nielsen Korea’s ratings, the drama recorded 11.4% and 12.9% average viewership ratings for its first two episodes on Friday night. The first episode also premiered on Netflix and Korean drama fans have … Continue reading ‘The King: Eternal Monarch’ Becomes Highest Rated Weekend Drama to Premiere

Itaewon Class Review: A K-Drama Disguised as an Arthouse

I hope this Itaewon Class Review will make you think as much as the controversial Korean Drama did. Saeroyi (played by Park Seo-jun), the idealistic protagonist in this Korean drama, painted me a picture of Utopia. The ideal world and the moral values which were instilled in him by his picture-perfect father drives his purpose in life. His idealism achieved success in a political business … Continue reading Itaewon Class Review: A K-Drama Disguised as an Arthouse