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Because history can be addicting, too.
South Korea has a rich and vibrant history that dates back centuries, so it's no surprise that K-dramas are filled with colorful and interesting historical stories-also known as sageuk. They tend to be quite lengthy and detailed, but
From legal dramas to a sweet romance, these remakes will have you hooked!
The TV and movie landscape is filled with remakes, and even K-Dramas are no exception! When done right, remakes can become immediate classics. Take, for instance, 2009's Boys Over Flowers, which is based on the popular Japanese manga and
Spoilers ahead (but so worth it, LOL)!
How often do you rewatch the most kilig scenes in Korean dramas? Because tbh, I still think about the bts video of Yoo Seung Ho and Chae Soo Bin's kitchen kissing scene from I'm Not A Robot. It&#
Get ready to see why Filipino fans can't get enough of this Korean star!
Park Hyung Sik recently made headlines as the ~*rumored*~ new face of Bench, but did you know that this charming actor actually got his start as an idol? In 2010, the talented singer debuted as a member of K-Pop group ZE:
There's so much in store for K-Drama addicts!
It's great to be a K-Drama fan because-let's face it: you never run out of things to watch. Just as the end credits roll and you're wiping the tears away, you have another show
Our favorite US legal drama series just got a Hallyu makeover.
Why choose between your favorite American TV series and K-dramas when you can have the best of both worlds? The much-awaited Korean remake of Suits is all the proof you'll ever need! Starring none other than Jang Dong Gun (