Hotel Del Luna is a Korean romantic, suspenseful drama released in July 13th of this year and finished airing two months later (September 1st—today as I am writing this). Manweol becomes the owner of a hotel where the guests are all dead (save for a few exceptions that are seen within a few episodes). 1,300… Continue reading Hotel Del Luna- Final Review
Remakes are always interesting because you see the same story (or at least the same aspects of a certain world) in a different way. If you’ve seen the original before the remake, you’ll most likely start comparing the two unconsciously. This happened to me as I was watching the 2011 remake of the 2007 Japanese… Continue reading Hana Kimi: 2007 Vs 2011
There are countless stories where a boy or a girl has to hide their true gender in order to be able to keep or stay in a certain job or any other reason where their situation makes it vital for them to live like the other gender. Throughout the years, anime has quite a few… Continue reading Pride Month: Androgynous Girls in Dramas
Aoi Haru, Akai Ito is a yaoi drama by Kisayuki which was released in 2016. Yuuki was raised in a very wealthy family with high expectations of becoming the inheritor of the family medical business. Due to this, so much pressure is pushed onto him—not only by his family but by the town as well.… Continue reading Pride Month: Aoi Haru, Akai Ito- Manga Review
My Roommate is a Fairy Fox is a Chinese fantasy BL drama released in 2017. It takes place in modern-day China where a college student (Xiao Jing Chen) had a past life as a great general who sacrificed his life for a fairy fox named Lu Bai—and now has to protect him from the evil… Continue reading Pride Month: My Roommate is a Fairy Fox (Review)
Hey guys, I decided to post (almost) everything gay during this month in honor of Pride Month. Queer representation in media has evolved over the past decades and I want to take the time to write about it during this month. I’m going to try and make a balance with the posts since I do… Continue reading Happy Pride Month!
Save Me is a dramatic, psychological, school-life webtoon released in 2017 in Lezhin. Hyeongoh is a disabled student who goes through brutal bullying every single day until someone—Namsoo—comes in to put an end to it. I don't recommend it if you're triggered by anything that has to do with bullying/ high levels of violence.