BTS- Save Me

   Save Me by BTS is a fitting song for my life right at this point. Not in the sense of love, but more like my life is is fast forward and I’m trying to catch up.

    Moving forward, I’m glad that I have some time to be able to review this MV. I’m putting this out there now BTS is one of my favorite groups. Therefore, the review will be coming from a Biased point of View.

    Like I said above I like BTS when it comes to their music and MVs they do not disappoint me. In the HYYH: Young Forever Save Me is my 5th favorite song. I have a few lists when It comes to BTS, and those lists are constantly changing.

   My favorite kinds of Music Videos are One-take MVs, and you don’t really see too much of them in Kpop, Which is understandable because it is not easy to do One-takes when you have so many people all singing and dancing at different times. But BTS most definitely did the MV in one take especially if you pay close attention to where other members were still singing or dancing before the camera was shifted to others.

  BTS is a great group, and I’m excited for what they will do in the future.

FBF: 5Dolls 이러쿵 저러쿵 (This and That)

This flashback is dedicated to  5Dolls the female unit in Coed School. This song has such a high catchiness factor that if you are not careful, it will get trapped in your head all day. The song is a great addition to anyone’s workout playlist. Whether running or dancing around for fun, this track is great; you won’t even fell like you were working out.


Music: 5/5 

Visuals/Fashion: 5/5

Choreo/Acting :4/5

Story/Direction:3/5 ( Not a fan of cheating boyfriends)

Remember – War of the Son


리멤버 – 아들의 전쟁

What a roller coaster of emotions this drama is. One scene everything is going right the next everything falls flat on its face. There is never a dull moment in this drama. Yoo Seung-ho and Park Min-young have both proven to be versatile actors. Yoo Seung Ho’s Character of a young lawyer diagnosed with Hyperthymesia trying to defend his father very well played. Park Min Young did an excellent job with her character as well. This character was entirely different from that of Healer or City Hunter. If you have seen The Girl Who Sees Smells, then you will remember Namkoong Min as the cytopathic killing chef. He is back in this drama, this time as a corrupt, ruthless and brutal president who is responsible for the crime committed. This drama was a great watch. Also, you will need tissues for the last episode.
Overall rating 4.5/5

P.s: (.5) taken off because Seo Jin-woo and Park Dong-ho were described to be smart lawyers, but they kept making stupid mistakes.

B.A.P _ Feel So Good

B.A.P is back with Feel So Good. The song is a feel good type of song, which is very mush needed in this day and age. The MV is chill and playful with bright colors that go along with their wardrobe. Overall it is an enjoyable song and MV. Leave in the comments down below your thoughts.


Music: 5/5 

Visuals/Fashion: 5/5

Choreo/Acting :4/5


– 싫어(Hate)

4MINUTE(포미닛) Hate: The Concept of this MV fits each member of 4minute so nicely. From the beginning of the MV to the end the Song, Choreography, and wardrobe are on point. The Song itself is…different( for lack of a better word). Knowing that for 4minute collaborated with Skrillex on this song a bass drop was expected, but it was not the typical kind of beat. At first, listen the beat will through you off completely.



Music : 4/5 (mixed feelings)

Visuals/Fashion: 5/5

Choreo/Acting :5/5



무림학교( Moorim school) short review

Moorim School

Moorim School, what a great drama to start off the new year! Only two episodes in and it is already exciting; it just sucks you in. With Hong Bin as a lead role in the show and Vixx having two songs from the OST, it’s a definite that their fans will be seriously thrilled. The plot is quite interesting with such a diverse cast of actors and actresses that we don’t often get to see. The anticipation is building for this drama and hopefully it’s something we all can enjoy. Can’t wait to see what happens next! Be sure to catch the drama yourself as the new episodes come out and give your feedback in the comments below.


Monster killer

Wu Xin

Wu Xin: The Monster Killer

          Usually don’t write about Chinese dramas, but I had to make an exception for this one. This show is outstanding from beginning till the end. The opening and ending song are such beautiful melodies that add to the overall drama. The cast of this drama did an exceptional job in portraying their individual character. my favorite character is the egocentric and kind hearted  Commander Gu played by Ian Wang. I alway loved when he was on screen; he always made me laugh. I can’t mention Commander Gu without talking about Wu Xin played by Elvis Han. Thumbs up for Mr. Han for being able to portray a demon-slaying badass and a sweet husband at the same time. Gina Jin portrayed such a charming and capable Yue Ya. I must also give credit to Sabrina Chen, even though I strongly disliked her Yue Qi Luo character. This drama was nicely paced nothing felt rushed.  

Overall ratings 5/5

STOP, SPOILER!  STOP, SPOILER! STOP, SPOILER! STOP, SPOILER! Do not read if you have not watched it 

p.s: I  wish they make a season because I want to know if Bai Liu Li ever gives him the Journal back or if Commander Gu ever reunites with him. 

leave your comments down below and let me know your thoughts