41 episodes

Too many Korean dramas to keep track of? Wondering what to watch this week? AussieInKorea has got you covered with reviews on popular and underrated Korean dramas, movies, and web series! Every weekend there will be a new episode on what I’ve been watching and my thoughts to get you ready to watch!

Korean Drama Review Elise Stevenson

    • TV & Film

Too many Korean dramas to keep track of? Wondering what to watch this week? AussieInKorea has got you covered with reviews on popular and underrated Korean dramas, movies, and web series! Every weekend there will be a new episode on what I’ve been watching and my thoughts to get you ready to watch!

    PODCAST UPDATE

    PODCAST UPDATE

    In summary, the podcast is going on hiatus. Thank you to those who have listened and supported until now. I just need to take a step back for the time being. Stay safe xx

    • 5 min
    Episode 37 — Birthdays & Coffee Princes

    Episode 37 — Birthdays & Coffee Princes

    Coffee plus an all-star cast, plus a very dated storyline involving an androgynous female lead and the male lead questioning his sexuality equals one of the most memorable Korean dramas of all time. Coffee Prince represents an era of Korean dramas that will forever be problematic but nostalgic at the same time. All that and talking about completing my 28th cycle around the sun on this episode!

    • 20 min
    Episode 36 — The Transformative Years & Twenty

    Episode 36 — The Transformative Years & Twenty

    Ah, your twenties. A time when you start to form who you are as a person and stamp your place in the world. But when you have just twenty, how do you figure out your next step? Twenty shows through the eyes of three different young men and how they navigate this time in South Korea. A short and sweet episode with light-heartedness to boot. 

    • 21 min
    Episode 35 — Kim Ji-Young: Born 1982, Building Towards Equality in 2021

    Episode 35 — Kim Ji-Young: Born 1982, Building Towards Equality in 2021

    The feminist movement has arrived in South Korea, but is the movie Kim Ji-young: Born 1982 enough to propel it further? Discussing one of the most influential and notable pieces of feminism in Korea to date, as well as a small ramble about life here in South Korea~

    • 23 min
    Episode 34 — Extracurriculars & Relationships

    Episode 34 — Extracurriculars & Relationships

    Let's face it; life is not cheap, and neither is getting into a good school. But would you turn to unsavory or illegal methods to make a little dough? Extracurricular dives into the usually taboo topic of sex crimes and minors and the risks involved in getting tangled up in dangerous situations. That and a little bit of personal insight and good news on this episode!

    • 36 min
    Episode 33 — Zombie Horror Double Feature

    Episode 33 — Zombie Horror Double Feature

    Where will you be when the zombie apocalypse finally hits the world? You'll want to pick up some survival tips from one of Korea's biggest horror film successes, Train to Busan, and its sequel, Peninsula. All that, Tim Tams, and life in Korea on this episode! If you're new, take a look at more of what I post on social media as Aussieinkorea. 

    • 27 min

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