Alina Edwards, Wellesley College
The new hit Korean drama, recently renewed for a second season, is every bit as remarkable as the title promises despite its flaws.
Morgan Thomas, Wayne State University
After miraculously meeting again to work on a second project together, the two stars are referring to their relationship as an act of fate.
Peyton Conner, Indiana University
Hallyu has inspired many young scholars to learn more about Korea beyond what is shown on their screens.
Mai Khou Vang, Michigan State University
After the season finale achieved the highest ratings in the show’s history, the fantasy thriller has left fans itching for Season 2.
Kirtika Sharad, George Washington University
The popular Korean drama captures the daily lives of a population shrouded in secrecy and symbolizes the heartbreaking sentiment that still marks the partition of Korea.
Reem Farhat, Fordham University
The groundbreaking Korean drama reimagines media representation of mental health to build a show about struggle and growth.
Nanda Illahi, Okayama University
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Rickea Bell, Saint Peter’s University
Cheesy plots, eye candy, ramyeon. What’s not to love?
Marie Christensen, George Fox University
The Korean drama explores the nature of memory and love — also, a grim reaper has to pay rent to his 939-year-old landlord.
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