[Drama sequels] More woohoo in Waikiki

By @OldLawyer When I read this month’s theme I thought, “I have to do this,” because one show immediately came to mind. It just seemed like such an obvious answer to the question, and it truly would be wonderful if it were actually to happen. K-dramas are usually complete. They are like novels and once …

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[Drama sequels] A second helping of dishy bromance

By @kdramaship I am a newbie when it comes to K-drama, barely a year old! In the past year I have binge-watched countless hours of K-dramas and spent a lot of my lunch time at work scrolling through various K-drama-related websites and most of it was spent on Dramabeans. I have always looked forward to …

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[Dramas sequels] I’m ready for Round 2, and that’s no lie

By Milagros I’ve never written a post for a Theme of the Month on here because I always felt my drama knowledge to be a little lacking compared to other fans. I started watching dramas about two and a half years ago when my college roommate saw You’re Beautiful was on Netflix and decided to …

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[Theme of the Month] What dramas need a sequel?

Although dramaland has been giving us more sequels in recent years than it has historically done, K-dramas are still not a format that is wont to produce additional seasons, no matter how the fans clamor or how much the material seems ripe for further exploration. Of course, even in those rare cases, it’s an even …

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[Work, life, balance, and K-dramas] Confessions from behind the lectern

School 2013 By @vongole I had left my student days behind by the time I got hooked on K-dramas, but the one-more-episode syndrome is familiar from graduate school days. I remember watching Heroes Season 2 over one night. So, there’s empathy when I read about fellow Beanies complaining about their impending exams and, more generally, …

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[Work, life, balance, and K-dramas] Self-realization and the power of wishful thinking

Jealousy Incarnate By @djiboutianbeanie As a child and teenager, I built my attitude to work and performance in direct opposition to that of my parents’ ruthless competitiveness. At the time, I could not understand that their childhood circumstances being what they were, they had to be that way to pull themselves up by their proverbial …

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[Work, life, balance, and K-dramas] A secret love affair

Secret Love Affair By @alert I’ve been having an affair with K-dramas for fifteen years. By having an affair, I mean that I have been in a secret relationship with K-dramas without the knowledge of those around me. When it finally hit me that I’m addicted to K-dramas, I was in my first year out …

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