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Who do you think will fit the role of Kang Chul and Oh Yeon Joo?
The K-drama industry is adding another milestone to its growing portfolio because the 2016 popular fantasy series W: Two Worlds is set for a spinoff in America!As reported by Deadline, veteran TV Producer Craig Plestis has collaborated with CBS Studios (
Some of them are labelmates and have starred in K-dramas together!
If there's one thing we've learned about the K-entertainment industry after being fans for so long, it's that nothing is ever official until a celeb's agency makes an announcement, lol. Anyway, we'
'Lovers In Paris', 'My Girl', 'Memories Of Bali', and more!
Koreanovelas that aired on ABS-CBN, were highlights of my weeknights when I was young. Streaming platforms weren't a thing back then, so I had to *patiently* wait for a specific timeslot to watch a Korean drama that I liked.
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
Love the concept of time travel, alternate universe, and supernatural abilities?
We can't believe we're saying this, but all good things must come to an end-including The King: Eternal Monarch, aka Netflix's mind-boggling K-drama that kept us on the edge of our seats as
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,
Did you know that Song Hye Kyo, Son Ye Jin, and Song Seung Heon all starred in this series?
If you're an OG Koreanovela fan, then you're no stranger to Endless Love, aka the classic Korean drama tetralogy produced by KBS from 2000 to 2006. To be honest, considering its huge success both in South Korea and
Featuring the oppas who give the sexiest lip locks on cam!
Aside from sweeping confessions of love and epic plot twists, there's one scene every K-drama fan looks forward to: The kiss. Don't you just love how they catch you off guard? Or hate it when they'
They'll live forever in our hearts!
The best part about most Korean dramas is how they let you escape from reality for a while through a string of kilig scenes because they are just so damn romantic. We bet you can't make it to the end
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&#