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The Score

Red Intro:

Confession: Despite my love of Korean dramas, my frequency in listening to Korean music isn’t up to par like other fans. I do have go-to artists, but discovering Hallyu didn’t shift my music the same way it did my tv habits. 266 more words

Choi Gang Hee

Heart to Heart: The not-so-sick patient?

Eps5/6 of Heart are fun to watch, cos Hong-do’s therapy makes some really speedy progress; to the point that I am questioning whether she DOES have agoraphobia in the first place, or is it a case of PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) “brought about by a woman”, as suggested by Yi-seok. 574 more words


Move over Healer, cos crack has a new name: Heart to Heart.

I am in love with this show.

I don’t know how long this fuzzy feeling will last, especially since I know too well that I have a tendency to fall deep upon first impression, only to have these outpouring emotions fizzle before or by the halfway point. 713 more words

Choi Kang Hee

Heart to Heart: Psychiatrist and Patient

Heart continues its unexpected fun, with sociophobic Hong-do and attention craving Yi-seok fast-tracking their romance with a kiss (and omo, is that a bed scene?!) at the end of ep4. 753 more words


Heart to Heart: A First Impression (You Know You Wanna Know!).

I’ve temporarily come out from my drama-hiding place to tell you that you absolutely, must watch Heart to Heart. Dead serious. If you aren’t and haven’t at least given the show a try – you’re absolutely, definitely missing out. 1,194 more words

Choi Kang Hee

Thoughts Heard Through the Wall: Heart to Heart - Episodes 1-2

As I mentioned in the very first post of this blog, I don’t want to do recaps here but there is value in being able to share the experience of watching dramas. 1,203 more words


First Impression: Heart to Heart

Kdramaland opens 2015 with a series of psychologically disturbed characters — we have split personalities Cha Do-hyun from Kill Me, Heal Me and Chae Young-shin from… 1,018 more words