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She's going to be Kim Bum's new leading lady!!
Ryu Hye Young, who was born in 1991, is a South Korean actress who is most familiar to us for her role as the *mean* but lovable noona in the heartwarming K-drama Reply 1988. The 29-year-old got her start
We know you're excited for "Graceful Friends!"
It's a new month, which means it's time for new Korean shows and movies from Viu! From romantic series like When I Was The Most Beautiful to mysteries like Graceful Friends, here's what's in
The more you know!
K-dramas and even Korean variety shows have been steadily gaining popularity worldwide over the years. Their unique concepts have been admired internationally to the point that other countries have made their own local adaptations of Korean shows. Below, we list down
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
She was the villain in 'Stairway To Heaven!'
South Korean actress Kim Tae Hee, who took a break from showbiz to focus on her family with Rain (Jung Ji-hoon), is back in the spotlight! The celebrity mom has two kids with Rain, which makes it so cute that her
Ft. pediatricians, neurosurgeons, and even a doctor from Joseon!
There's just something about those white coats and the fact that they help people's lives that make doctors sooo attractive. Here's a list of 10 doctors from K-dramas that we would willingly fall in love
They'll cure your K-drama dry spells and remedy your broken hearts!
Sick of typical Korean romantic comedies? Need a cure for your unforeseen K-entertainment hiatus? Want to heal that heart your oppa has broken? Start binge-watching these highly entertaining medical Korean dramas! They're the perfect transitions to K-dramas,
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