About

Greetings! I’m Kay, creator & author of Kdrama Kisses.  Kdrama Kisses is dedicated to bringing you the latest in kdrama casting news, drama trailers, reviews, and more.

Be sure to follow my blog to receive the latest updates directly to your email.

As the blog tagline implies, I like to compare kdramas with kisses. Most people remember their first kiss and may recall the mystery and excitement associated with it. My first experience with a kdrama was a lot like that. As I’ve watched more kdramas, each one continues to be new and exciting, but in different ways.

I look forward to my Kdrama Kisses!

Othinian: The Other Side of Fear and The Other Side of Courage by Kay Madison (Book 1 and 2)I’m also the author of the teen fantasy book series Othinian. The series is currently available in ebook form. You can read more about my books here.

I love connecting with other kdrama fans, so feel free to comment or contact me any time.

I hope you enjoy your stay at Kdrama Kisses!

Because It's the First Time Korean Drama - Choi Minho, Park So Dam, Kim Min Jae, Lee Yi Kyung, Cho Hye Jung

22 Responses to About

  1. snow says:

    Can I say…I just love the tagline of your blog 🙂

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  5. Hi there! Just want to say that I’m really glad to have found your blog. 💕 I love watching Kdrama and blogs like yours really help me with my fangirling haha. I’m really excited to read more of your reviews. 😄

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    • Kay says:

      Aww, thank you! I’m glad you found it too. We all need others to fangirl with and I’m more than happy to help 🙂 I really hope you enjoy the reviews, and I hope we can chat more about some of the dramas 🙂

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  6. KH says:

    Discovered your blog yesterday night (sleepless due to jetlag… ugh), liked the tone of voice and the tagline and continued to read. You’re doing a good job, keep up the good work.

    My first “drama kiss” was W-Two Worlds. I stumbled upon the series coincidentally, never having seen any Korean drama/tv/film whatsoever. After I read the synopsis, I thought I would watch it for a couple of minutes, just to see how they would film someone being sucked into a cartoon (it’s not something you see or hear every day, right ?!)… What followed was an exciting trip with lots of “wow”, “aaah”, “what is this ???” and “really ?”. 😀 😀 I discovered k-drama was a thing and was happy to get sucked into the world of Korean drama.

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    • Kay says:

      Well I’m glad you found your way here and could keep you company on a jetlag induced sleepless night. Thank you very much for your kind words 🙂

      Oooh, you started your kdrama journey with a fun one! You decided to watch a drama about someone getting sucked into a cartoon and then you ended up being sucked into dramaland! hehe

      I was also more than happy to get sucked in the world of Korean dramas too and my love has only grown for them over the years. It’s great how many of us just accidentally stumble upon them and they end up changing our lives 🙂

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  7. Marlene says:

    Thank you for your reviews, it helps me decide what drama to watch and the fact that you love Lee Joon Gi. I will try to get a copy of your book when I get the chance.
    Good luck in everything you do.

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    • Kay says:

      You’re very welcome! I’m glad you find the reviews helpful. And yes, always a lover of Lee Joon Gi 🙂 I hope you enjoy the book if you get a chance to read it too. I appreciate your comments and enjoy hearing your thoughts on dramas and Lee Joon Gi 🙂

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  8. Adek says:

    Hello. i like you blog. The outlook and the organization. Discovered your blog recently and i would like to contact you for some advice relating to k-drama. i also liked Joon Gi from scarlet heart Ryeo since it was the first drama of his i watched.

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  9. Lena says:

    hi really liking your reviews.stumbled upon it when looking what to watch next.
    i started K -drama during this quarantine period. with Crash landing onto you as the first one ! love love hyun bin and se-jin. what a chemistry. and hyun bin was so so so dashing in this series.
    And then i just jump on next few like Itaewon, Skycastle…and one of the latest The World of the MArried which i thought was pretty deep look into relationships (especially on cheating and love) and now just finished Something in the rain that has Se-jin & Hae In !. would love to see those titles being reviewed? or perhaps your comments on it.

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    • Kay says:

      Hi Lena! I’m really glad you stumbled upon the blog 🙂 Kdramas are definitely a great thing to keep you company during this long quarantine. And Crash Landing on You would certainly be a great introduction to them! The lead couple in that one definitely had some great chemistry 🙂

      I do have a review for SKY Castle on the list which ended up being an interesting watch for me. I do plan to watch Itaewon Class at some point and possibly The World of the Married (need to see what all the hype is about, hehe).

      Something in the Rain I ended up dropping. The short of it was I really loved the main couple, especially being a noona romance, and could feel their chemistry. But the pacing felt incredibly slow to me, and I wasn’t enjoying anything about the drama other than the lead couple. It sounds like you really enjoyed it though, so that’s definitely a good thing. Glad you had a better experience with it 🙂

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      • NickSJ says:

        Occasionally a k-drama will have such a great scene that it can be appreciated for its own sake without watching the rest of the drama. Kay, since you’re such a connoisseur of dramas, I thought you might be interested in that kind of scene in Itaewon Class. On Netflix it’s at episode 9 starting at 57:48 to the end. Actress Kim Da Mi does a phenomenal job, and the scene is self explanatory.

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        • Kay says:

          There definitely are those truly special scenes that just pull you right in because of how beautifully they are done 🙂 You have my curiosity piqued with the scene from Itaewon Class. That drama is on my watch list those, so would watching it dampen its effect when watching later or would it be better to watch it when I see the drama to get the full impact?

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  10. NickSJ says:

    That’s always a trade-off. If you’re really going to watch it and can stand waiting, I’d hold off. If you’re willing to tolerate the spoiler effect in order to see something special now, or aren’t sure you’re going to watch it, I’d go for it. My curiosity and lack of patience always get the better of me.

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    • Kay says:

      I do plan to watch that one, so it does sound like it would be best to wait. I definitely like to get the full effect from those amazing scenes if it’s from a drama I’m putting my time into. I’ll be taking note to expect a great scene when it comes 🙂

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