How did you get into K-Dramas?

Maura first introduced me to Hana Yori Dango, the original Japanese version of what would become Boys Over Flowers. I only got a few episodes in when I lost interest, but about a year later, I discovered the Korean remake, Boys Over Flowers, and devoured it in a span of a few days. I quickly moved onto Heirs, which was in the middle of airing at the time, and since then, I’ve been hooked!

Which genres do you love watching?

I’m definitely a sucker for romance, so anything with a good romantic plot. Under that umbrella, I like pretty much every genre, although my favorites tend to be comedies, action, historical, and high school.

Your favorite couple

Ever?! This is so hard! I think it’s tied between Park Bo Gum and Kim Yoo Jung in Moonlight Drawn By Clouds, and Seo In Guk and Jung Eun Ji in Reply 1997.


How did you get into K-Dramas?

During my college years, there was a huge drought in teen romances coming from the J-Drama world. That was when I turned to K-Dramas. It was around the time when all these cute and funny romcoms were coming out of Korea (My Sassy Girl, My Tutor Friend, etc), so I thought I should check out their TV dramas as well.

What was your first drama?

My first K-Drama was Boys over Flowers. I was and am still a huge fan of Hana Yori Dango, the Japanese drama and manga which BOF was adapted from. I didn’t particularly like Boys over Flowers (don’t hate me!), but I still watched the whole thing. And then I watched another drama, and another. After a while, I think my brain turned to mush.

Which genres do you love watching?

High School Romances.

Your favorite couple:

Kim Bok Joo and Jung Joon Young! Forever!


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