Category Archives: Mushin

Kdrama in 2012

<!–[if !mso]>st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } <![endif]–> It’s time to summarize the year that already drowned under the waves of dark waters of the past. Year 2012 in dramaland. I will focus only on those that I finished, but I will mention those … Continue reading

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K-OSTs taxes

   The taxes period is ending here. This is why I thought about writing a post highlighting some of the OSTs of the past 4 months. And again – it’s personal, subjective and biased. Music is a strange thing, even … Continue reading

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Tei, again Tei

   I have few, unhealthy even, obsessions with voices, and Tei is one of them. I re-discovered his appearance on I’m a Singer from January, and last weekend was divided into this fabulous voice, some Jonghyeon (namely 7 Years of … Continue reading

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Military revolt in Goryeo

   The revolt resulted in shift in power from royal family tied closely to aristocratic families. Military officials (namely Choe) lasted for about a century and crumbled under Mongol invasion. This is thought as the background for Mushin series, because … Continue reading

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Blood and politics

   No, not JYJ right now, although the title can be misleading. It’s a short presentation of two currently airing period dramas that I’m afraid to classify. Technically speaking, they’re taeha. It’s been a while since I watched any of … Continue reading

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