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He has already starred in more than 30 projects!
If you've been watching K-dramas for a long time, Nam Da Reum would be no stranger to you. You probably don't know his name, but we bet you're familiar with his charming face. That's because he has
'I know grim reapers well.'
WARNING: *Major* spoilers ahead for Episode 1 of Tale Of The Nine-Tailed! Don't read if you haven't seen it yet.Lee Dong Wook's new supernatural drama Tale Of The Nine-Tailed premiered this week, and
It’s her first film in six years!
If you're into thriller films, you might be already used to the ~scare~ the genre gives. But take this new film led by the phenomenal actress Shin Min Ah as something different-it's female-focused, and is about the
Just like you, we’re excited about their new documentary!
The K-drama (or as what we titas used to call it, Koreanovela), Coffee Prince, made waves in the television industry in 2007, with its kilig-worthy charm. After 13 years, fans still can't get enough of it, and yes, like
She's now labelmates with Hyuna, Jessi, DAWN, and Crush!
Another powerful artist is added to an already-powerful pack! Heize, the soulful voice behind the soundtracks of hit K-dramas like It's Okay To Not Be Okay, When The Camellia Blooms, Hotel Del Luna, and Goblin, has signed with
King Lee Gon even has a *missing* button!
Now that you've watched-and rewatched-the biggest K-dramas of the year (so far), we know you're ~craving~ for some merch. Local craft shop Pop Junk Love has created chibi dolls of your fave characters and you
Which ones have you watched?
As more and more people get reeled into the world of Korean dramas, there's one year that most longtime fans consider as ~the golden year~ of dramas: 2016. In that year, we were blessed with shows that crossed genres-from
'It's okay to cry once in a while, but you should laugh a lot too. You need to be strong too.'
Aside from giving us a dose of kilig and laughter, Korean dramas have also taught us some of the toughest lessons on love (and life). Below, we look back on some of the most quotable love quotes from K-dramas: "The ones
From ghosts to goblins to nine-tailed foxes.
One of our fave K-drama tropes is the existence of mythical creatures + immortal characters in the story! Their histories, past heartbreaks, and quirks that come with *old age* make the viewing experience so much better. From ghosts to goblins to nine-
These soundtracks get us every. single. time.
Part of the experience of being hooked on a K-drama is getting songs from the shows stuck in our head for days-in some cases, months! You know what songs we're talking about: those that play in the opening credits,
They're only three but just as memorable!
In the Hallyu world, there's no doubt that Kim Go Eun is one of the most talented actresses in her generation. Having mainly acted in movies since her early 20s, Go Eun, now 29, only crossed over to the small
Tissue, please!
K-dramas are famous for being super kilig and funny, but what makes a lasting impact on us are the heartbreaking lines uttered by the characters we love, especially when the delivery is just right. Add a strategically-inserted OST to that,
Sana all.
If you're looking for nakakakilig K-drama quotes and moments that will leave you slapping your bed, chair, table, or the person next to you, we've created a quick compilation where the lead male character left us screaming for more!"
Because we’re in this 'no sleep life' together!
No one, and I mean no one, is safe from K-drama fever. If you give in just once, you're pretty much in the K-drama life ~*forever*~!The addictive plots and fist-clenching cliffhangers of each episode are responsible for
It's got Kim Eun Sook written all over it!
WARNING: *Major* spoilers ahead for Episodes 15 of The King: Eternal Monarch! Don't read if you haven't seen the latest episode yet!The King: Eternal Monarch aired its penultimate episode on Saturday night, and suffice it to say
Think you had a chance encounter with them at some point?
Whether they lived in the Philippines to build their businesses or to simply study English, these Korean celebrities found something even better: another place they can call their home! Tbh, it's truly heartwarming to see them talk fondly about their stay
Oppa na lang ang kulang!
While glass skin is a recurring trend in K-dramas, we want to take things up a notch by paying attention to and decoding the makeup looks of our favorite characters. P.S. It's okay if you don't own the
Which ones have you seen?
If you're a casual K-drama fan, then the name Kim Eun Sook might not ring a bell to you. But for seasoned viewers, she is one of the most well-known and respected figures in the South Korean entertainment
'I've never thought something like, 'This result is my own.''
In the latest issue of W Korea, Lee Dong Wook gave quite an honest interview which tackled the highs and lows of his decades-long career. The 38-year-old South Korean actor, who's currently filming his latest drama The
Aww, it seems the 'Goblin' love is ~immortal~.
Kim Go Eun and her unnie Yoo In Na formed a strong sisterly bond while working on the 2016 hit drama Goblin, and even until now, the two are still so supportive of each other. Go Eun is currently starring in the