Seoul Diaries IV | Autumn, Tasteful Music and Delicious Teas

Seoul has changed drastically in the last few weeks. The hues of orange and red that decorate the trees all across the city are colours that I had only ever seen in magazines and travel documentaries. To finally see the land set on fire by these blazing leaves just transfers me into another dimension especially [...]

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Seoul Diaries IV

So where did I leave off last time? Oh yes, The Rose. I only went to listen to them once when I posted two weeks ago, but then I managed to go a second time last week. Their first busking event was at University Road or 대학로 which is where many of the performance scenes [...]

Seoul Diaries Part II

Hello hello! And I am back with a new round of information about my life in Seoul, South Korea. Without further ado I will jump straight into it. It's still hard to believe that it will be a month since I left Pakistan. There are definitely moments that I miss home, all the lovely smells [...]

A Poetic Tragedy | Are You Human Too?

What a brilliant drama this was. Ending last night, Are You Human Too? may have had a rough start initially but somehow it did continue to deliver for the most part. How a science fiction ended up turning into a tale of filial loyalty is something I still don't understand completely. Nevertheless, I would say [...]

Chance Encounters and Childhood Traumas |What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim?

And it's a wrap! What a brilliant eight weeks of sheer fun in a workplace full of love lines and fuzzy romance! What's Wrong With Secretary Kim was one of the best romances ever. The actors in the show made it even better but nevertheless, the script stands as a solid work of art all [...]

Namgoong Min and Hwang Jung Eum | Hoon Nam Jung Eum

Another drama came to an end last night and much like many other Korean dramas, this was a fluffy romance drama for the most part. This made the content of the show very light and easy to digest. There was not much depth plot-wise, but this was made up by introduced ample cute moments that [...]

Grease Love and Woks Full of Melo | Greasy Melo

From the makers of Jealousy Incarnate, this was one heck of a unique show much like its predecessor and I enjoyed every minute of its quirky characters and the delicious food. With a star-studded cast, the show managed to pull off a very over-the-top plot with great ease. Despite wanting to write a longer introduction, [...]

Establishing New Codes of Justice | Miss Hammurabi

Exploring the social injustices of the downtrodden and destitute of Korean society, Miss Hammurabi was an emotional roller-coaster throughout the period it aired. Coming to an end last night, the story was at once heartwarming, motivating and also greatly nostalgic, leaving me wanting much more than was offered in terms of emotional satisfaction. However, everything [...]