Review: My Name (Korean)

I am genuinely fascinate and impressed by how many foreign television productions can tell full stories with nuanced, complicated characters who undergo legitimate arcs and evolutions with high production value on all levels in just a few episodes in a single season. And actually have a satisfying ending with no teases for more or implications of other impending seasons. It is a welcome change for the better, compared to the seemingly, never ending array of American production with ever diminishing returns on investment. One of the unexpected benefits of the increasing streaming wars between the big platforms and players, particularly … Continue reading Review: My Name (Korean)