Happiness in the Wind Review


Happiness in the Wind (Korean: 바람 불어 좋은날; RR: Baram Bureo Joheunnal; lit. A Good Day for the Wind to Blow) is a 2010 South Korean television series starring Kim So-eun and Jin Yi-han. The daily drama aired on KBS1 from February 1 to October 1, 2010, from Mondays to Fridays at 20:25 for 173 episodes.


Leading the cast is Kwon Oh-bok (Kim So-eun - in her first ever leading role in a drama series), a talented 19-year-old girl who aspires to be a recognized illustrator and allows herself very little in terms of being swayed by any trials or tribulations.


Wanting to find her father who abandoned her when Oh-bok's mother had died 10 years earlier, she heads to Seoul where she earns a living selling her handmade merchandise out of a street-side stall. Very soon, she clashes with Jang Dae-han (Jin Yi-han), an irascible but lonely-at-heart man who also happens to be the head designer for Well-Being Dairy, one of South Korea's largest dairy product companies; incidentally it is also here where Oh-bok later succeeds in gaining employment as an illustrator.


Their chance meeting initiates an "ongoing battle" which eventually unfolds into a somewhat love triangle between them and her old hometown oppa, Ki-chul (Kang Eun-tak).

Ghost Boyfriend Review


Two college roommates live together and one is killed in a car accident. He was given the chance to come back for a limited time to tie up loose ends. He loves his roommate so much but will he be able to tell him before his time is up?


In order to free her boyfriend Zhou Jun Chi from a thousand-year-old curse, a psychic named Shao Tang decides to seek help from a girl who communicates with the “God of Bed”.


Unexpectedly, she uncovers a conspiracy, as an unwelcomed guest who happens to be Zhou Jun Chi’s “ex-girlfriend” returns despite thought to be terminally ill. Bewildered, Zhou Jun Chi and Shao Tang smell danger.

Boys’ Mind Camp Review


Hosted by Defconn, “Boys’ Mind Camp” will be a healing program that will inspect the idols mental states following their competitive auditions and hectic promotions.


In addition to a diverse curriculum prepared to strengthen and heal their hearts so that the four idols can continue to promote in good health,


the show will help the idols develop strong mentalities.

Twenty-Twenty Review


Several 20-year-olds work to find their dreams as they experience freedom and responsibilities for the first time.


Twenty-Twenty tells the stories of 20-year-olds who work to find their dreams as they experience freedom and responsibilities for the first time and also the dream and love of twenty-year-olds who share the realistic problems that they face as they just became adults.


"Twenty-Twenty" depicts the story of a newly twenty-year-old who experiences freedom and responsibility on the way to find his dreams.

Luck Key Review


Luck Key (Korean: 럭키; RR: Leokki) is a 2016 South Korean action comedy film directed by Lee Gae-byok, starring Yoo Hae-jin in the lead role. It is a remake of the 2012 Japanese comedy film Key of Life.


Jae-sung, an aspiring actor who has hit rock bottom, prepares to commit a suicide. After his landlady insults him, he first cleans himself at a public sauna. Hyung-wook, a notorious assassin, cleans himself at the same sauna after killing a target. Hyung-wook slips on a soap Jae-sung accidentally drops and passes out.


Remembering Hyung-wook's luxurious look, Jae-sung switches his locker key with Hyung-wook's and steals his car and money. Feeling guilty, Jae-sung later tries to return everything to Hyung-wook, who is recuperating in the emergency room.


At the hospital, Jae-sung is startled ,when Hyung-wook grabs him before Jae-sung is about to leave the belongings .Jae-sung finds that Hyung-wook does not remember anything due to a concussion,leaves without telling Hyung-wook anything.

Father, I'll Take Care of You Review


After Hyung Seob and Jung Ae worked hard to raise their four children, they are now ready to retire but one day all of their children move back into the house.


Hyun Woo returns to Korea to seek revenge for getting separated from his only sibling and being sent to America. However, he reunites with Jung Eun whom he once met in New York.


Will Hyun Woo be able to overcome his hurtful past and move on to find love? At the same time, Sung Joon also meets a girl named Dong Hee again whom he briefly met in Taiwan but finds her living in his parents’ house in Korea.


Will Sung Joon and Dong Hee find true love? is about karmic connections, family values and young people who are destined to fall in love.

After their 4 children become independent, an old couple decide to live for themselves. One day, their 4 children come back to them.