Do Min Joon and Jang Young Mok are still *together*!
Can you believe My Love From The Star aired seven years ago? This K-drama about a stranded alien with superpowers and a ~hilariously entitled~ actress made us laugh and cry sooo much. We can't even listen to the song "
They practically grew up in front on the camera!
If you've been a longtime K-drama fan, then you've most likely witnessed how the careers of some of today's leading ladies have unfolded through the years. From being promising child actresses to becoming lead stars
Yup, Son Ye Jin is her *screen name*.
Just like their male counterparts, these drama actresses opted to change their real names as they entered the Korean entertainment industry. Never knew that your fave leading lady actually had a different name given at birth? Well, you're not alone!
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-
Which of these have you watched?
Pinoys have been obsessed with Koreanovelas since the early 2000s.Popularly known today as K-dramas, these shows received good ratings when their Tagalized versions were aired on Philippine TV.This prompted ABS-CBN and GMA-7 to buy the rights to
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
Omo!
Some stories may have that slow burn, while others will get you hooked from the get-go. But one thing's for sure: A romantic K-drama wouldn't be complete without an aminan scene! Whether the two leads are already together
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,
They're *stars* in their own right!
In his 14-year career, Lee Min Ho has starred in a slew of hit Korean drama faves. He's acted in a variety of genres-from teen romances to action thrillers to fantasy and sci-fi. But, without a doubt,
We know a drama isn't complete without one!
A K-drama isn't complete without a romantic scene in the rain, and more often than not, it also involves an umbrella AND a kiss! We wanted to know which particular dramas and rain scenes ~make Cosmo Girls' hearts
From cutesy to steamy!
There is no doubt that Lee Min Ho is one of our OG K-drama faves. He's so versatile that he can play roles in different genres, thus making him able to capture a whole range of audiences. Our favorite
We're pretty sure you remember all of them!
Before they were "K-dramas," they were first called "Koreanovelas." It was how the Filipino audience referred to them back in the day. And while the term might have changed, it seems like the OG leading ladies from the 2000s have remained
Who can ever forget him in 'Boys Over Flowers'?
Lee Min Ho is back!After a four-year break from doing K-dramas, the South Korean actor is at the top of his game for his comeback series, The King: Eternal Monarch, which premiered on Netflix on April 17, 2020.It
There's so much *kilig* in store for us!
Unlike here in the PH, Korean "love teams" aren't really a thing, which means that our fave K-drama actors and actresses are paired with different people for each project! Here, we listed down seven cute new pairs to look
Dream pair alert!
After the success of Itaewon Class, Park Seo Joon's next project seems to be just as promising. The actor is in talks to star alongside Jun Ji Hyun in an upcoming K-drama titled Mount Jiri, according to a report
Time to catch up on these dramas!
K-dramas are addictive-the refreshing plots, the attractive stars, and the kilig-inducing scenes are undeniably hard to resist. On top of that, Korean drama series don't typically last for years, and each season only has less than 20
We're ready to meet Emperor Lee Gon!
For those of us who have been excitedly waiting for Lee Min Ho's small screen comeback, here's some awesome news-we will be able to watch The King: Eternal Monarch in less than a month! And in even
'I sat on the edge of my seat, LITERALLY, while attempting to figure out who will and won't survive.'
Kingdom is back from the dead (technically, a 13-month hiatus) as Season 2 picks up from the first season's big cliffhanger, with Crown Prince Lee Chang (Ju Ji Hoon) and his men trying to fend off the undead horde-
Hello, Han Dong Ho!
WARNING: *Major* spoilers ahead for Crash Landing On You! Don't read if you haven't seen the latest episode yet!Remember that super attractive NIS agent from Crash Landing On You? We first met him in Episode 15, when
The students of Jeguk High School are all grown up (and even more successful) now!
It's been over half a decade since the hit South Korean drama The Heirs hit our television screens, but the show remains to be one of the most memorable series in the hearts of many K-drama fans. The 2013
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