The Amazing Race Philippines: DryedMangoez Edition Season 21
Good Ol’/Check-in Review: Season 4 of now-tVN’s “Voice” Franchise Expands Its World in Stunning Fashion

The first three seasons of OCN’s Voice delivered top-notch action and stunning performances. Between the relatively familiar crime solving mystery of season one to the darker psychological thriller of seasons two and three, Voice 4 (보이스4: 심판의 시간) finds the perfect balance between those two contrasts. Continuing the story of Lee Ha Na’s captivating Kang Kwon Joo, Voice 4 introduces us to new characters and new dangers while expanding its world in the most unexpected, yet exciting ways.

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Recap: The Amazing Race 1, Episode 11 – “Use your hands, don’t be stupid.”
Recap: Kikai Sentai Zenkaiger, Episode 36 – The Surprisingly Shocking Great Kidnapping!
Good Ol’ Review: A Captivating Yoo Ah In Leads Strong Cast in Netflix’s Pensive, Thrilling “Hellbound”

Netflix’s latest Korean drama Hellbound (지옥/Hell) is a pensive thriller that blends fantasy, supernatural and horror with thought-provoking discussion and even a touch of biblical epic. Yeon Sang Ho, the mind behind the excellent Train to Busan, directs this series based on his own webtoon of the same name. And Hellbound shares many of the same qualities that made the blockbuster film so successful, including the ability to examine real world ills while engaging in action-packed spectacle.

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Music Monday, November 22, 2021 (Special) – These Excellent Tracks from B.I.G, ONEWE, ORβIT, Ha Sung Woon Can’t Wait!
Music Monday, November 22, 2021 – Amazing tracks from Brooklyn, from20, DRIPPIN, BXW
Recap: Kamen Rider Revice, Episode 11 – Invincible Sakura, Power for What Purpose

The four Kamen Riders are doing well as a team fighting off the increasing number of Deadmans wreaking havoc in the city. That includes a mysterious hooded figure who livestreams to a growing number of followers extolling the virtues of the Deadmans leading them to a better world as a family. Julio briefs Aguilera on Olteca approaching the hooded figure, Amahiko Haitani, a counselor who has become known as a “savior” amongst his followers.

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Good Ol’/Check-In Review: Season 1 of OCN’s “Voice” an Origin Story That Stands on Its Own

Last year, I watched seasons 2 and 3 of OCN’s crime thriller Voice (보이스) partly for Lee Jin Wook, one of my all-time favorite Korean actors. Those two seasons were near the top of my Favorite Dramas list at the end of the year. And after watching them, I planned on circling back to season one. When it was announced that Voice would be returning for a 4th season this year, I thought what better time to do that than now. So before jumping into Season 4, I finally decided it was time to watch how it all began.

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Recap: The Amazing Race 1, Episode 10 – “It just kind of makes your heart burst.”
Good Ol’ Review: Park Gyu Young and Kim Min Jae Are Irresistibly Charming in Fun and Satisfying “Dali and Cocky Prince”

You’ll be hard-pressed to find a brighter, more loveable and fun pair than Kim Min Jae and Park Gyu Young on KBS’ Dali and Cocky Prince (달리와 감자탕 /Dal Ri and Gamjatang). Sweet and hilarious, the series is the very definition of romantic-comedy. But it also has a lot of heart and is, maybe surprisingly so, grounded in reality while still being infused with a charming fairy tale aura. Simply put, it is one of the year’s most enjoyable and satisfying series.

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