The Screening Diet

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Category: Television

Any TV programmes (dramas, series, documentaries, etc) I find interesting, old and new.

The Ghost Detective, Second Week (2)

“Let go of that hand!” Lee Da-Il says…. … For the little girl whose hand Yeo-Wool holds changes to the…

The Ghost Detective, Second Week (1)

So he’s a ghost and she knows it from the start, ie. the moment she slammed him in front of…

The Ghost Detective, First Week (2)

Ga-Ram and Ha-Eun’s escape draw attention and the police is notified. At school, they find Lee Chan-Mi hanging from a…

The Ghost Detective, First Week (1)

The first two episodes give a horror thriller that builds the atmosphere properly, not the ‘quiet,quiet, jump!’ variety, which is great. But it’s still too early to tell if the rest of the series will uphold the quality.

The Finale & Extras — Youn’s Kitchen, Season 2 Episode 11

In the last episode of season 2, Youn’s Kitchen’s casts and production revisited their adventure in Garachico. Some time in…

Youn’s Kitchen, Season 2 Episode 10

Youn’s Kitchen’s last day has arrived. Another adventure comes to an end. More people they have come to know visit as Youn’s Kitchen’s second restaurant in Garachico opens for the last time.

My Mister, First (Week) Impression

A suspected wasp freaks a female employee in a construction firm office which draws everyone’s attention. Except Lee Ji-An (Lee…

Youn’s Kitchen, Season 2 Episode 9 (Part 2)

Youn’s Kitchen’s the last day of business is finally here. Thanks to a feature article (Un “reality” coreano en Garachico) on the oldest newspaper in Tenerife, Youn’s Kitchen becomes the hottest spot in town.

Youn’s Kitchen, Season 2 Episode 9 (Part 1)

Youn’s Kitchen opens for dinner tonight while a town festival is going on at the town square. How will their night fare?

Youn’s Kitchen, Season 2 Episode 8 (Part 2)

Youn’s Kitchen opens on Saturday night when a town festival is also held at Garachico’s town square. Will there be customers?

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