fan art


Ri Hwan from Bubblegum Fanart

Actors, Art, Bubblegum, Fan Art, Kdrama, Lee Dong Wook

Ri Hwan - Lee Dong Wook fan art by Zhaoul

Hey guys,

I’m working on my Episode 9-10 review for Bubblegum and also my episode 3-4 review for Oh My Venus. I know how I feel but putting my thoughts into words is proving itself challenging this week. That why I wanted to make this drawing of Ri Hwan. I have the image of teary eyed Ri Hwan stuck in my head. I’ll elaborate more in my review. For now… I leave this here.


Bubblegum Kdrama – Should I watch it? Episode 1-2 Thoughts and Analysis

Bubblegum, Jung Ryeo Won, Kdrama, Lee Dong Wook


We’re heading into the second week of the TvN Kdrama Bubblegum. The show had a strong first and second episode. Although they go slightly mild on the comedy with the first two episodes, I have no issue with this. With week 1 behind us, they’ve established a fair balance between drama and romantic comedy which, fingers crossed, they manage to maintain.


Young child fan art of Hotel King

Fan Art, Hotel King, Kdrama, Lee Da Hae, Lee Dong Wook

Hotel King Fanart by Tazzy- Lee Dong Wook and Lee Da Hae

So, I’ve started my Hotel King review, but I love my daughter’s curiosity as I prepare my posts. She sees me writing, and decides she wants to contribute.

Above is her rendition of a scene from Hotel King (pictured above Lee Dong Wook and Lee Da Hae).

It’s pretty awesome; isn’t it? 🙂


Miura Haruma Collage by Zhaoul

Actors, Miura Haruma

Miura Haruma

Yay! I have my design software back and can keep making fan art again. Here’s a quick collage I whipped together of the ever so talented Japanese actor Miura Haruma. I’ve been marathon watching his work lately. Fabulous young actor. He has some real tearjerkers, but also some great comedic style roles. This man has great range and a beautiful bright smile.


Kdramadreamer Fan art giveaway


Hey guys,

Just a friendly reminder that I will be drawing a winner soon of the Fan art giveaway to celebrate my one year blogiversary. You still have about an hour to enter. To enter a chance to win, please retweet this on twitter. I’ll also give you the option of reblogging or sharing on Facebook. kdramadreamer-fanart-giveaway

Good luck! I wonder who I’ll be drawing? Remember, if you win, you get to chose who I draw. It can be an actor or Kpop star 🙂


Kdramadreamer 1 Year Blogiversary – Fan art giveaway


kdramadreamer 1 year blogiversary

So guys, I made it. I’ve been blogging for a full year now. I want to thank everyone who has stuck with me this year and welcome anyone new (and those just dropping by).

It would be a lie if I said that I didn’t encounter some struggles in my first year of blogging. There were times I felt defeated and ran out of ideas and there were times I felt that what I had to say wasn’t significant enough, clever or interesting enough. I also questioned my own objectivity. Yet, whenever I would feel that way, I would somehow miraculously snap out of it because of my passion for sharing my love of Kdramas and discussing the actors I profoundly respect and admire. This summer was my biggest challenge, but I feel refreshed, and I’m back with full force.


Drowning in a Sea of Kdramas

Jang Hyuk, Kdrama, So Ji Sub

Jang Hyuk fan art so ji sub fan art by zhaoul

Happy Saturday Everyone!

This is going to be a short post. My brain is so full of kdrama info right now. I’ve been drowning myself in a sea of Kdramas. I’m staying up too late, watching for too long, and starting another drama like I’m afraid they’re going to go out of style.

I’m still marathon watching So Ji Sub and the amount of projects I’ve seen him in is now catching up to my Jang Hyuk obsession (scary I know, like one engulfing obsession is not enough)!

Anyway, it’s fun, but the one downside of marathon watching an actor you love is not all the dramas are equally enjoyable. Sure, no matter what you enjoy the actor and even gain new appreciation for dramas you wouldn’t normally like, but you have to suffer through a lot of heart break and unsatisfying endings.

I’m currently watching So Ji Sub in “A thousand years of love” – yes, that’s how truly dedicated I am. Actually, there’s a lot I do like about it despite the ridiculous hairdo and early 2000 drama cheese. I did however, again, spoil the ending for myself. I can’t stop myself these days. My curiosity keeps getting the best of me. Well, despite the fact that I know somewhat what is going to happen, I’m going to keep watching.

Enjoy your weekend everyone!