Kdrama Podcast

Welcome to the Lee Evie Korean Drama Podcast!

This is where I discuss my latest Kdrama obsessions, a bit of Korean history, folktales, favourite books, and drama thoughts.

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Listen to the Latest Episodes Here:

You can listen on Spotify, Apple podcasts and most other podcast streaming platforms. Just search for THE LEE EVIE KOREAN DRAMA PODCAST on your favourite streaming platform.


Link to each Podcast Episode (via my blog, where you can also listen!). I have more than 50 episodes to choose from.


‘I just discovered this podcast, and i really love it. Lee Evie’s voice is so honest and refreshing and I love how she is passionate about these shows. I feel like we’re sitting drinking wine and chatting kdramas. I will absolutely keep listening. Searched for her on Twitter, didn’t find her but I would totally follow an account for this podcast if one existed. I can’t wait to see what else you cover, and I am going to take your recommendations!’
Katherine (via Apple Podcasts)

‘So easy to listen to this! I get so happy when a new episode drops. I love having someone to talk to me about Kdrama. This has a well organized flow. I also have loved every book/drama I tried that she has recommended.’
JATmomathome (via Apple Podcasts)

Whether you enjoy my historical fiction, or are more interested in my kdrama thoughts, I am endlessly grateful for your support on Patreon

Truthfully, being a creator is a tough (though very rewarding) journey, and it is so exciting that anyone out there is keen on what I do. It makes all the hours I sink into my creative projects worth it and gives me the support I need to continue onwards!

I hope everyone can find something fun on Patreon to pledge for, but let me know if you have any different cool suggestions! I am always up for a chat


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Lee Evie

LEE EVIE is a podcaster, blogger and author of dark historical fiction set in old Korea. Discover Lee Evie’s historical fiction novels by clicking on the images below!

And please feel free to leave a comment and chat with me, about the podcast or your favourite dramas! 🙂

2 thoughts on “Kdrama Podcast

  1. You really, really should watch Six Flying Dragons all the way until the end! I started with the historical shows. They have the action I crave, but the romance stories are something that I really enjoy (much more than traditional chick flicks)–I get teary eyed quite often! My first show was Queen Seon Duk (2009). i was hooked! Some of my favorites all time:

    Arang and the Magistrate
    Blood (2015)
    Empress Ki (2013)
    Fated to Love You (2014)
    Goblin: The Great and Lonely God (2016)
    Grand Prince (2018)
    Gumiho: Tale of the Fox Child (aka Grudge: The Revolt of Gumiho) (2010)
    Hwarang (2016)
    Hong Gil Dong (2008)
    Iljimae (2008)
    Jewel in the Palace (2003)
    Jumong (2007)
    Kingdom (2019)
    Kim Soo Ro (The Iron King) (2010)
    Mirror of the Witch (2016)
    Rebel: Thief of the People (2017)
    Slave Hunters (Chuno) (2010)
    The Age of Blood (2017) Korean *****
    The Crowned Clown (2017) Korean, tv ****
    The Flower in Prison (2016) (Korean, tv) ****1/2
    The Great Doctor/Faith (2012)
    The Joseon Gunman (2014)
    The Kingdom of the Wind(s) (2008)(occurs after Jumong)
    The King’s Woman (2017)
    Tree With Deep Roots (2011)
    Warrior Baek Dong Soo (2011)
    Yi San (2007)

    Jang Hyuk is my favorite actor and Slave Hunters would probably be my favorite (followed by Jumong). However, Jewel in the palace is a big surprise. It’s about a woman who becomes a cook in the king’s kitchen and later the first female doctor (Dae Jang Guem. based on a true story of Joseon Dynasty). I have no one who will listen to me either! I’ve begged my wife and son to watch just one episode or to trade–I’ll watch anything they want me to in exchange for them watching my stuff, but they hate subtitles! Note: this is a partial list, I’m hooked!


    1. Oh yes! I am so excited by this amazing list! Thank you so much!!
      I’ve watched quite a few of these but definitely not all of them (and actually there are quite a few here I don’t even know about at all!! Will definitely be going to check them out now – thank you!).

      I’ve also been wanting to watch Slave Hunter for ages but never got around to it, so I am bumping it up on my list now. Thank you for the suggestion!

      I really love all the historical dramas too, it is amazing how much you end up learning when you connect all the dramas together as well, and start to understand the history a bit better! Korea has such a fascinating history, and once you start watching these it is impossible to stop!

      I think my very first ever historical drama was Sungkyunkwan Scandal, and I slowly started to become hooked on the historical ones after that. They are so good, with so much danger and adventure and plotting and romance. I just adore them!

      And gosh, they make me cry all the time! 🙂
      I hope you are able to one day convince your family to join you in watching them! Good luck!


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