Category: Good Ol’ Review

DryedMangoez Good Ol’ Reviews written after a television series has completed its premiere run.

Good Ol’ Review: Solid “Where Your Eyes Linger” a Positive and Promising Start to What is Hopefully More to Come
Good Ol’ Review: “Dear My Room”/”Eunjoo’s Room” a Bright and Hopeful Slice-of-Life
Good Ol’ Review: “The Secret World of Arietty” a Magical, Relatable Slice of Life
Good Ol’ Review: Irresistible Cast Powers Fun, Exciting and Romantic “Extraordinary You”
Good Ol’ Review: “When Marine Was There” a Thoughtful Coming of Age
Good Ol’ Review: OCN’s “Watcher” a Refreshingly Character-Driven Crime Thriller
Good Ol’ Review: “The Cat Returns” a Whimsical, Breezy Adventure
Good Ol’ Review: Isao Takahata’s Breathtaking “The Tale of the Princess Kaguya”
Good Ol’ Review: With Warmth and Wisdom, “When the Camellia Blooms” Proves to be a Profound and Fun Experience

Many times, the year’s best drama series isn’t the most shocking, most controversial, most polarizing, most groundbreaking show to air. Daesang (Grand Prize) recipient and multi-awarded KBS drama When the Camellia Blooms (동백꽃 필 무렵) is proof that the best drama can be simply one where every single aspect comes together for one complete package that reaches and touches viewers hearts and minds.

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Good Ol’ Review: Isao Takahata’s Amusing and Heartfelt “My Neighbors the Yamadas”
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