Here's a binge-watch list for your anti-Valentine's plans.
A few of us like PDA and cheesy lines, but some of us love painful and tragic plot twists. It's just the way Korean drama fans are. If you relate with the latter or if you simply want to spend
Celebrate Valentine’s Day by reliving these clips!
The best part about most Korean dramas is how they let you escape from reality for a while through a perfect string of kilig scenes because they are just so damn romantic. We bet you can't make it to the
It levels up from the usual rom-com fare and logs into the world of augmented reality gaming.
Hold on, K-drama fans, this is going to get a little confusing. A young man makes a frantic phone call in the middle of the night to Yoo Jin Woo (Hyun Bin), the CEO of an investment company, telling the wealthy
Don't cry, don't cry, don't cry...
We didn't want this day to come, but here it is: Lee Jong Suk will be enlisting in the military in 2019. We last saw Jong Suk on November 18, 2018 for his first fan meeting in Manila. During the
Keep your eyes peeled for these K-drama gems next year!
It's been a great year for K-drama fans everywhere, and it looks as though 2019 is only going to get bigger and better! There are so, so many upcoming shows headed our way next year, but we make things
Get ready to cry endless tears.
ICYMI, Lee Jong Suk, who recently visited Manila for his first fan meeting in the country, has a new drama called Hymn of Death. This three-part series tells the story of Korea's first soprano Yun Sim Deok (played by
Flying to Korea soon? Get started on your itinerary with these picks.
If you can't get enough of K-dramas, then you probably already recognize some familiar places in Korea: Nami Island from Winter Sonata, Sanmotoonge Cafe from Coffee Prince, Petite France from My Love From The Star, N Seoul Tower from
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