K-Drama My Eyes Out
About This Show
Judy and Teresa (and Linda) pick and watch a recent Korean drama, then gush and/or rant about it. If you love Korean dramas, and have questions about Korean culture or subtext in dialogue that may have been lost in translation, let us know! We post a new episode every Wednesday-ish. Now available on Apple Podcasts (iTunes), Google Play Music and Stitcher!
Most Recent Episode
KDMEO Episode 75 - Black Knight (흑기사) 13-14
4 days ago
Our masterclass in vengeance continues! Judy and Teresa seethe through episodes 13-14 of "Black Knight" (흑기사), a KBS drama starring Shin SeKyung, Kim RaeWon, Seo JiHye and Jang MiHee. Teresa reveals a dark side and Judy loves it. Why is Haera (Shin SeKyung) so willing to believe that her dad’s a murderer? Judy finds Chairman Park's (Kim ByungOk) murder/frame plot way too prescient. Does he have powers too? We're giving up on Sharon (Seo JiHye) now. Tally of superpowers so far: (bold = newly revealed this week) Becky: immortality, everlasting youth, super strength, ability to wish good luck (on Sooho) Sharon: immortality, everlasting youth, making clothes that bestow good luck (on Haera), telekinesis, Mystique-like ability to steal one's appearance, power to inspire greed Haera: ability to curse using the power of the moon Sooho: luck, magical protection from a "loving heart", power of winning “rock, paper, scissors” Audio Credits: Jo Yeongwook - "Sympathy for Lady Vengeance" We stopped counting after spotting seven turtlenecks this week for our sanity's sake. Please send any questions, comments or suggestions on Facebook, Twitter and now Instagram (@kdramamyeyesout) or e-mail us (kdramamyeyesout(at)gmail.com). Download this and other episodes and while you're there, write us a review: Apple Podcasts Google Play Music Stitcher Libsyn RSS The KDMEO theme music is 'Cute', by Bensound (www.bensound.com), and is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No-Derivatives 4.0 International.
Rated 5 out of
I've been searching for a kdrama podcast to listen to on my drives to/from work and these ladies have just the right formula to keep my interest. I realized that I like the almost book report format of their shows. You get recaps of actual scenes from the drama followed by Judy's and Linda's input and boy are they hilarious! If I really like the drama (such as Moonlight Drawn by -pause- Clouds), their account of the scenes is like rewatching it in my mind. Their occasional detours to side topics are actually refreshing because I can relate as a kdrama newbie. Also, it's a chance to get to know our hosts. It feels like I'm sitting in the room with them having a real discussion about the drama. The ladies' personalities balance each other very well. Their comments are funny yet thoughtful so you know they tried their best to pay attention for an in-depth discussion. Love your shows so far!
Date published: 2017-12-28