LeftRight

Tag : K-drama


Hello wind followers! Miss me much ? this is N again, coming for a review of a great drama (sorry for the pause, studies have been harsh lately)…. I have the impression that I start all my articles with an apology :/ sorry for that (yep, another one right here) I’ll try to post things more frequently.

 So, Pinocchio, the drama that swept Korea and international fans from November (2014) to January (2015) …

The drama aired at SBS and counts 20 episodes. The cast is really amazing and includes talented (and handsome and pretty) actors and actresses: Lee Jong Suk, Park Shin Hye, Kim Yong Kwang, Lee Pil Mo and many others.


Hello all! This is N again and this time I am going to review this amazing K-Drama “Fated to love you”.

Before giving you my opinion about it, let’s start with some general information ^^

The Drama was aired from July till October 2014 and counts 20 episodes of nearly one hour each. It is an adaptation from a Taiwanese drama, of the same name but people agree that both versions, although they may cover the same story, are very different from each other.


Globalization is a fact that everybody is dealing with, everyday : we use products exported from other countries, we benefit from technologies invented overseas, we speak other languages and most of all: we are aware of things happening miles away from where we live, even in other continents.

The means were there, K-Pop Hallyu had just to ride the flow and make good use of these technologies. But, there are many other kinds of music in this world, what distinguishes K-POP so much that it is taking over the world? Why does the Hallyu wave have so much success overseas, in Europe, in America but also in the Arab countries?

 


Hello K-Drama fans !! N here again with the reviews for the latest releases! Well, not the latest for this one but it is pretty much recent!

One of the main dramas for 2014, mixing romance with politics, action, suspense and humor… we will review Doctor Stranger.

The drama was broadcasted on SBS, from May to June 2014. It counts a total of 20 episodes. The plot revolves around Park Hoon (Lee Jong Suk) who is kidnapped from South Korea by the North Korean army, due to some political issues with his father. There, he endures a fierce yet cruel training to become a doctor. Risking his life, he tries to save his true love who was hostage in North Korean camps. He manages to escape, but loses her on the way!

Later on, he becomes a genius doctor at one of the most prestigious hospitals in Seoul, but he always feels as an outcast: if anyone finds out about his activities in North Korea, he will be classified as a traitor! But being a “stranger” is not his only dilemma! His true love, which he thought was dead reappears… But is it her or someone that looks exactly like her? Is it truly her or is she a spy sent for some mysterious reasons? What about this hosptital he is working in: why is everyone after him?

(see how I managed to explain the plot, without spoiling and with enough questions to make you curious enough to watch?)


Annyong everyone^^ This is N.

While KazeYoja was having fun at the “Otaku Market” with all the cosplays and purchasing Manga and K-Pop related goodies, I was having fun my own style :p Of course, I was watching K-Dramas and I am back with a review of one of my favorite ones so far: “I hear your voice”.

“I hear your voice” is a relatively new drama since the last episode aired in September 2013. It has 18 episodes so it’s easy to go through it fast enough, for all the K-Drama maniacs out there! But I loved it too much that I decided to make the suspense last, so I took my time while watching it and enjoyed each and every single episode.


Les phrases qui énervent …

Après avoir donné quelques exemples sur les phrases qui énervent les Otakus marocains, je passe maintenant du côté des fans de K-Pop et K-drama ! Eh oui, les fangirls (oui oui, les fans de K-Pop filles sont plus nombreuses que les mecs, c’est comme ça !) sont aussi exposées à plusieurs phrases dont elles se passeront bien au cours de la journée !

 La première phrase est l’inévitable « Ma ne3raf ach kay3ejbek f had les chinois, koulhom 3aynihom mjebdine ! ». Méprenez-vous, on ne dit pas cette phrase par racisme ni mauvaise intention, c’est juste un adjectif descriptif. Ensuite, on a beau expliquer que ce n’est pas tous des chinois mais des japonais, des coréens et même des thaïlandais, cette personne reviendra toujours avec cette même remarque !! Énervant je vous dis.