What would YOU do if you fell into your favorite K-drama?
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Series cast summary:
...  Claire Duncan 10 episodes, 2016
...  Joon Park 10 episodes, 2016
Noo-Ri Bae ...  Seo-yeon 10 episodes, 2016
...  Seth Ko 9 episodes, 2016
Sa Hee ...  Ga-in 9 episodes, 2016
Ki-Sun Kwon ...  Mrs. Park 9 episodes, 2016
Do-Hwan Woo ...  Do-hwan 6 episodes, 2016
Ki-young Lee ...  Mr. Park 5 episodes, 2016


Claire Duncan (Liv Hewson), a cute if slightly nerdy 20-year old college student, is obsessed with Korean drama. While most co-eds are out partying, she's glued to the screen watching her favorite K-Drama actor, Joon Park (Sean Dulake), in 'Taste of Love.' Dreamy, charming, and downright adorable, Joon Park is more than Claire's fantasy. He's her knight in shining armor, the man of her dreams. Claire's waking days, sadly, are not nearly as thrilling as the ones depicted in the K-Drama world. Between work and school, her only escape is the glamour and excitement of 'Taste of Love' and Joon Park's intoxicating charm and good looks. Like a girl lost in love, Claire spends almost every second wishing he would walk through the doors and sweep her off her feet. Her world, however, is turned upside down when, through a twist of fate and a touch of magic, she finds herself sucked into her smartphone and transported inside the world of her favorite K-Drama. Stuck inside Dramaworld, Claire ...

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Addicting Series With Plenty Of Charm.
30 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

I have been a K-Drama junkie since 2009 since the volume controls on my now old-fashioned, non-flat-screen television set malfunctioned and the only shows I could watch were the ones with English subtitles. Beginning with an historical drama called "Dae Jo-Young" which I had believed to be either Chinese or Japanese. As a 50-year old white woman who's Irish/Scottish on the paternal side of my family and Sicilian on the maternal side of it I didn't realize that what I was watching was an historical drama set centuries ago in Korea. However, "Dae Jo- Young" wasn't the K-Drama that put me over the edge into becoming fully addicted to the genre. It was a series called "Boys Over Flowers" and ever since I have been watching K-Dramas; both the ones that take place in the past and in the present ever since.

There are actually only a very few Hollywood television series that I find to be as well done as many of the K-Dramas that I have seen.

Now enough of that.

"Dramaworld" is a an extremely charming series that has managed, in my opinion, to combine the best of a Hollywood and a Korean T.V. show. I found the episodes to be much too short at an average of 10 minutes each and binge-watched the entire first season of the series on Netflix.

I especially liked how Claire was able to interact with the characters on the K-Drama that she had been thrust into without the makers of "Dramaworld" using the fish-out-of-water cliché.

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