Inside the Fast Turnarounds and Wild Stories of Live-Shoot K-Dramas

The more k-dramas I watch, the more impressive it is to know how the sausage is made. Part of the fun in movies and TV is studying how they write and shoot; in the case of k-dramas, some are fully pre-produced, but the ones which aren’t are usually still shooting the middle episodes when the … Continue reading

Introducing: for the love of k-drama

I’ve recently taken the k-drama plunge, and I’m writing a series of short (well. so far) posts delving into their storytelling, visual techniques, genre and trope uses, unique production management, and more. You can catch all this and more over on the new venture from friend-of-blog and k-drama aficionado Chelsie: ramyeon and chill! My first … Continue reading