Movie Monday: Battle of the Remakes – Hide and Seek (2013/2016)

Starring: Hide and Seek-Korean (See cast list here) and Hide and Seek-Chinese (See cast list here)

Rating: PG-13, subject matter and violence

Running Time: 107 mins.

Twinkies: 4 1/2 identical stars

Happy Monday, Twinkles~! You can read the rest of NewKDramaAddict‘s review here.

Movie Monday: Drama Special – The Mother’s Island (2013)

Starring: Yoo Oh-seong as Lee Tan, Hong Kyung In as Lee Chan, Nam Sung Jin as Lee Han, Jung Ji Ah as Lee Sook, Kim Yong Rim as Mom, and Kim Ji Young as Sa Rang

Rating: PG-13, for the horror moments

Running Time: 68 mins.

Twinkies: 3 stars

You can read the rest of the review here on NewKDramaAddict’s site. Happy Monday, Twinkles~!

Movie Monday: Drama Special – Live Shock (2015)

Starring: Baek Sung Hyun as Song Eun Beom, Yeo Min Joo as Soo Hyun, Kim Ji Young as Song Eun Byeol, Jang Se Hyun as Seong Woo, and Lee Seung Hyung as Jeon Jong Soo

Rating: PG-13/R, some violence and horror

Running Time: 67 mins.

Twinkies: 3 1/2 stars

You can check out the rest of the review here. Happy Monday, Twinkles! 🙂

First Impressions: Let’s Eat Season 2

Let's Eat 2.2.1

tvN‘s 2013 sleepy hit Let’s Eat returns for a second helping of fun, hijinks, romance, and most importantly, mouth-watering Korean cuisine. Although the cast has changed–quite dramatically, in fact, with only Yoon Doo Joon reprising his role as the lovable Goo Dae Young–the series is surprisingly heartwarming and just as charming as the first season. It’s a bit too early to say anything yet–after all, I’ve only seen two episodes–but if the first two installments of this series is any indication of the rest of the series, I think that I may like the sequel even more than I did the original. *gasp* I know~! The sequel is rarely better than the first…but here’s why:  Continue reading First Impressions: Let’s Eat Season 2