Episode 7 transcap – a gift for a friend. Enjoy!
(I didn’t really proofread this, and I’m terrified at the thought of going back to fix everything. So I won’t… Don’t mind the spelling/grammar mistakes.)
I first saw Go Ara in 2003 when she played the young Lee Ok-rim character in her debut drama, Sharp. I remember being impressed by the young actress’s feistiness, not to mention her pretty looks. But …
After causing such a huge sensation with the Answer Me series two years in a row, I personally couldn’t wait to take a peek inside the mind of the man behind the success, Director Shin …
This is the second part of “A Closer Look at the World of Answer Me 1994“ series. You can find the first part here.
Favorite musicians of all time? The Beatles. Favorite music genre? Hip hop. Favorite Korean musicians? Epik High. Leessang. Yoon Do Hyun.
I probably don’t belong to the typical K-pop listening demographics who frequent major K-pop news and fan sites. In fact, upon hearing me hum along to a 1960s hit song by Bae Ho, a friend visiting from Korea remarked, “I was born, raised, and lived my entire life in Korea. And yet until now, I’ve never met anyone (our age) who knew and listened to old Korean songs like you, and of all places, living in America!”
So it may come as a surprise to some to learn that I too listen to the current K-pop “idol” music bombarding the air waves. Or perhaps it’s not too surprising after all, considering my age places me smack in the middle of that generation which first embraced and fangirled over the earlier idol groups like H.O.T., Sechkies, and S.E.S.
With so many new weekday dramas having premiered last month, April looked like it would be a comparatively slower month for drama premieres. Or so I thought. But in fact, there is a handful of daily, weekend, and cable dramas premiering this month that might appeal to a different audience segment than for those dramas currently airing right now.
(*This post will be constantly updated as new trailers get released.)