Saya, Anisa and Paroma are a transnational triumvirate of Korean drama addicts. We deep dive into K-dramas with equal measures of fangirling, critical analysis, and cultural context. As brown Asian women who live, write, and make things in both the diaspora and the homeland, we often get into meaty stuff like metaphors, real life parallels, diversity of representation, or just why a particular drama made us swoon/cry/rage and/or ruined us for real life.
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Destined friends and professional fans Saya, Anisa and Paroma yak—at length—about Korean dramas. Expect a healthy mix of subjective critique and objective fangirling.
In Part 2 of our discussion on K-drama screenwriting, we talk about Kim Eun-sook, whether great acting can rescue a bad script, why dramaland has so many serial killers, and much more!
Listen to Part 1 HERE.
We recorded this episode during a livestream discussion in 2022. If you here us speaking about comments, it’s from the attendees of the stream. In Part 2, you can hear some of their voices in the final segment of the show as they jump in to give their own takes on drama writing.
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