2014 End of Year Review!

Wow, another year has flown by and I am starting to feel really old….Which, numerically isn’t true, but man does it seem like dramaland across all countries keeps churning out more and more dramas. This is my first time doing a year end review, so go easy on me! I was also really busy this year, and unfortunately ended up dropping a lot of dramas or putting them on hold! Continue reading “2014 End of Year Review!”


10 Gift Ideas for the Drama Lover in your Life Pt. 2

As we all know, most of our Christmas shopping happens right after Thanksgiving. Sometimes, gift giving can be a little tricky, especially if you have no idea what an asian drama is. Maybe your darling loved one stays up all night eagerly refreshing Dramafever for the latest episode of RunningMan, or maybe they read all the news on their favourite “oppa”…whatever an oppa is anyway. Never fear, I’ve got your back. If you’re the drama lover…leave this page open *hint hint wink wink nudge nudge*. Continue reading “10 Gift Ideas for the Drama Lover in your Life Pt. 2”

Open Thread! No. 01


Hey Guys!
So this is an open thread to discuss one of the TOP dramas of 2013/2014…In A Good Way!

I know we all want to gush over the hot actors and yummy chemistry great plot points, so feel free to comment below about whatever topic you want! Just be sure to hit “reply” to respond to someone’s comment. 🙂

But to get the ball started….
1. Liu Chuan vs Ren Wei
2. favourite moment of character development
3. favourite scene/dialogue so far

Gush away!

You can watch In A Good Way on Dramafever here!

In A Good Way [我的自由年代] Episode 1 – Review


Jafstar78 gave me a heads up to watch this drama, and boy am I glad they did. Thank you Jafstar!!

In a Good Way is set back in 1995, back when cell phones didn’t exist (gasp!), pagers were all the rage, and riding a moped make you cool (snicker). It surrounds the story of our heroine Lin Jia En as she narrates from 2005, reflecting on “that year”. We then see where the story begins in 1995, as Jia En and her friend Zheng Ren Wei are applying to colleges. She doesn’t get in (due to a last minute change up in school choices), and is left to sit despondently at  home while Ren Wei is having the time of his life in college. She finally decides follow him to Taipei and retake the exam, but gets her purse stolen when she arrives on campus, can’t find his dorm, and can’t contact him (he’s been ignoring her calls). Thankfully the student whose room she barged into helps her out (OTP!) – it’s Liu Shan Feng, played by Lego Li. 

In A Good Way is a breath of fresh air from the dramas we’ve been having recently. It’s simple, breezy, and doesn’t rely on any drama tropes like contract marriages. The pacing of the drama is a little slower as a result, but it’s unnoticeable for the most part. I really loved the rapport between Shan Feng and Jia En – they’ve already got respect for each other and Shan Feng finds Jia En intriguing. I can’t wait to see the romance begin! 😀

You can watch In A Good Way on Dramafever here!