Dramaworld - Netflix

What is the most exciting — and most terrifying — thing that can happen to a K-drama fanatic? Claire Duncan is a 20-year-old college student who finds her real life boring. Maybe that's because she's never looking up, instead having her nose buried in her smartphone and watching her favorite Korean drama, "Taste of Love," starring her favorite actor Joon Park. Joon Park plays the hot chef and protagonists in "Taste of Love" who is still waiting for his one true love to come into his life. Through a touch of the supernatural and a sprinkle of magic, Claire's desire to shed her own boring life and live in the world of "Taste of Love" comes true when she is transported into her favorite drama and comes face-to-face with Joon Park! There, Claire also meets the mysterious waiter Seth Ko, who made his own journey into the drama years ago from the real world and mentors Claire on how to navigate the dramaworld. When the appearance of Claire throws "Taste of Love" off-balance, causing other dramas to splice into the series, what kind of crazy adventure will Claire experience?

Dramaworld - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Korean

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 20 minutes

Premier: 2016-04-17

Dramaworld - Catherine Helen Spence - Netflix

Catherine Helen Spence (31 October 1825 – 3 April 1910) was a Scottish-born Australian author, teacher, journalist, politician, leading suffragist, and Georgist. In 1897 she became Australia's first female political candidate after standing (unsuccessfully) for the Federal Convention held in Adelaide. Called the “Greatest Australian Woman” by Miles Franklin and given the nomenclature of "Grand Old Woman of Australia' on her eightieth birthday, Spence was commemorated on the Australian five-dollar note issued for the Centenary of Federation of Australia.

Dramaworld - Bibliography - Netflix

Novels Clara Morison: A Tale of South Australia During the Gold Fever (1854) Tender and True: A Colonial Tale (1856) Mr. Hogarth's Will (1865) originally serialised as Uphill Work in the (Adelaide) Weekly Mail The Author's Daughter (1868) originally serialised as Hugh Lindsay's Guest in the (Adelaide) Observer Gathered In serialised in Observer and Journal and Queenslander, possibly never published in book form An Agnostic's Progress from the Known to the Unknown (1884) A Week in the Future (1889) Handfasted (1984) Penguin Originals ISBN 0-14-007505-4 Non fiction A Plea for Pure Democracy (1861) pamphlet praised by John Stuart Mill and Thomas Hare The laws we live under (1880) for South Australian Education Department State children in Australia: A history of boarding out and its developments (1909) principally dealing with the work of Emily Clark This book was used by the British Home Secretary when at the end of her reign Queen Victoria asked him to formulate Child Laws in Britain that up until that time were non-existent. He wrote and thanked her for her work. Catherine Helen Spence: An autobiography (1910) (unfinished, but completed posthumously by Spence's friend Jeanne Young, working from diaries.)

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