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Get ready to cry buckets.
I've been a K-pop fan for quite some time now, and my focus has always been on the idols that I love seeing perform on stage. I used to not be so interested in K-dramas because: 1) They take *
He’s not just an actor but a theater artist, too!
The K-entertainment industry holds a number of celebrities who are loved not only for their remarkable roles, but as well for their real-life personalities. Case in point? Jo Jung Suk.MORE K-DRAMA LISTS RIGHT THIS WAY:In a variety
Her real name? It's actually Bae Su Ji!
Suzy is one of Hallyu's rising K-drama stars and we can't seem to get enough of her charm! She's set to make her small-screen comeback real soon (read: next week) in the tech drama,
We take a deep dive into South Korea’s tattoo industry.
For a lot of people, tattoos hold special meanings and are not purely for aesthetic purposes. You can get inked with plant-themed designs, reminisce about your childhood with your Disney faves, or have something engraved with your significant other (like a
Promise, you'll find one that will look so cute on you!
If you love watching K-dramas, you will notice how gorgeous the leading ladies are, not only because of their flawless makeup and fashion, but also because of their always- fabulous hairstyles. Their locks are perfectly in place, they bounce whenever they
This drama is still one of our fave rom-coms!
The 2018 drama What's Wrong With Secretary Kim? (WWWSK?) is based on a webtoon of the same name, and is far from your usual Cinderella story. The simple yet fascinating plot centers around a narcissistic vice chairman and his hardworking secretary (
Where did all that time go???
For all the OG K-drama fans out there, how does it feel to know that some of your faves back then are now a decade old? We'll never forget the shows that introduced us to the likes of Hyun
She's one of South Korea's most seasoned actresses!
As we know by now, K-drama heartthrob Nam Joo Hyuk will be starring in an upcoming Netflix Original series, The School Nurse Files. The quirky fantasy series is about a school nurse named Eun Young (played by seasoned actress Jung Yu
Each episode of these shows had us living for the outfits!
Don't lie: Part of the reason you watch K-dramas-aside from the swoon-worthy moments, fascinating stories and world-building, relatable characters, etc.-is because of how damn good the stars look. Throughout the long history of the media
These spooktacular Korean dramas will keep you up at night.
If you're the type of thrill-seeking viewer who gets a kick out of watching gore, monsters, and malevolent spirits haunting humans, then we've got just the list for you. Even if you're not a K-
Hurry up and give him another acting award already!
Raise your hand if Moon Sang Tae is also one of your favorite characters on It's Okay To Not Be Okay! The 43-year-old actor Oh Jung Se plays Kim Soo Hyun's older brother with autistic spectrum
Sun Woo, we love you!
Do you miss Go Kyung Pyo aka Sun Woo? Because we sure do! The Reply 1988 actor finished his mandatory military service in January 2020, and he's back with a new drama called Private Lives, which will air its first
Guess we’re just going to keep missing this cast!
When the Camellia Blooms is one of the best dramas we saw in 2019. In fact, the show raked in so many awards at the 2020 Baeksang Awards, including Best Actor for Kang Ha Neul, Best Screenplay, and the Grand Prize. So
In case you're still not over Jung Hwan from 'Reply 1988!'
Ryu Jun Yeol *broke our hearts* with his role in Reply 1988, and we've been in love with him ever since. At present, Jun Yeol is very active in saving the environment and is in a longtime relationship with his
Who among the six is your fave?
There's no doubt that Kim Soo Hyun is one of the most wildly popular actors in Korea's entertainment industry. The 32-year-old star isn't only a four-time Baeksang awardee but is also the highest-
Lighthearted rom-coms aren't the only types of dramas out there.
K-dramas are popular because of their unique plots and storytelling techniques, especially for romantic comedies. However, lighthearted rom-coms aren't the only types of K-dramas that are out there. There are also some that are very mindful of
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,
Remember OG K-drama 'My Girl?'
If you've been a K-drama fan for several years now, you're bound to be familiar with the awesome Hong sisters, screenwriters Hong Jung Eun and Hong Mi Ran. They've created sooo many delightful and cry-
We're SURE you've seen her in at least one of these dramas!
Majority of our favorite K-dramas almost always has an ahjumma (something like a Korean version of your titas of Manila). Aside from the main characters, these roles add more appeal to the story and keep viewers coming back for more. If
Which one made you fall in love with him for the very first time?
There's no doubt that the Korean entertainment industry is so #blessed to have an actor as versatile and charismatic as Kang Ha Neul. Having gained recognition in his early 20s for his theatrical work, the 30-year-old star has