Podcast Episode 38: Kdrama + Brevity Does Not Compute

Posted by Cherry Cordial on November 11, 2015



We decided to have a loosey-goosey, really short episode this week! Well, that was the plan—instead we travel all around Asia, chatting at great lengths about the dramas we’re watching (so many!), how much we’ve missed Jackson, and an odd and random foray into American dramas. We’ve just come to realize brevity is not in our wheelhouse.

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Song of a Day

Warm Hole – Brown Eyed Girls

Listener Question

If you have a listener question you’d like to ask us, be it drama related, casting, recommendations, really anything you can think of, please let us know. We can be reached via our website contact form, podcast@kchatjjigae.com, or if you’d like to leave a voicemail we could play on the air give us a call at 1-347-674-9310. For those of you outside the country (or who don’t want to call long distance), you can record your question on your phone or computer and email the file to us at podcast@kchatjjigae.com.

Dramas Mentioned

Love Sick
Kiss Me
The Village
Sassy Go Go
Cheer Up
Laws of the Jungle
From Five to Nine
Death Note
Like Love 2
Running Man
Nirvana in Fire
Late Night Restaurant

People Mentioned

Brown Eyed Girls
Jung Eun Ji
Jackson Wang
Song Ji Hyo
Ha Ha
Lee Kwang Soo

Links Mentioned

Mike D’Angelo – Full House (Thai), Kiss Me (Thai Playful Kiss)
Photos of him going to serve as a monk for 10 days.

Stephanie should apologize to the following

She could apologize to others, but chooses not to.

Thanks for listening! See you next time. 


  • Reply humbledaisy1 November 13, 2015 at 9:23 pm

    I’ll just say that I approve. Then, you can throw this into comments on comments any time you please. Happy RM (Running Man) Day!

  • Reply Rebekah Roberts November 18, 2015 at 12:35 pm

    I am slowly going through Late Night Diner…and I really love it. Yes, it is a nothing drama, but it is so quiet and sweet and it rarely ends on a bad note. So, it is the perfect show to watch before bed if I am having a hard to sleeping. Master’s voice, along with the opening song are very soothing. I can see why you teared up a little, I find myself growing very attached to the characters even though there is not a lot of depth to the show… It almost gives you the feel of being a patron at the restaurant and in that you wouldn’t necessarily ever know a lot about the other patrons.

    Stephanie commented that we never learn about Master, but that wasn’t a surprise… He is really just the narrator in the end… But I love his quiet way of talking. He is a man of few words and awkward sighs.

    Thanks ladies!

  • Reply DBChen November 25, 2015 at 2:58 pm

    This podcast is saving my sanity as I sit in not-moving traffic on the Wed before Thanksgiving

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