Will Song-i and Tae-o end up together or not?
My First First Love Season 2 picks up right where it left off, with college student Tae-o (Ji Soo) coming to terms with his complicated feelings for his best friend of 20 years, Song-i (Jung Chae Yeon). But, there'
OMG, he really said that his character is an 'idiot' sometimes!
I'm sure I'm not the only one who fell completely in love with Ji Soo's character Tae-o (aka Mr. First Love) in the Netflix Original Series My First First Love. TBH, it was the first
I guess Tae-o and Song-i weren't THAT platonic after all!
Guys, the wait is over because the trailer for Season 2 of My First First Love has dropped! And ICYMI, you can stream all eight new episodes on Netflix starting July 26, 2019. ***SPOILERS AHEAD***Before you watch it, here's
Does your heart have the strength to rewatch 'Descendants Of The Sun?'
Looking for something new to watch during your lunch break or before going to bed? Here are eight new binge-worthy movies and series to stream on Netflix, starting this July: The sitch: While we're all still reeling from the
PSA: 'My First First Love' has a second season!
These days, Korean content can be found all over the internet-even on online streaming service, Netflix! They probably heard us clamoring for more because, for the second half of 2019, we have five new dramas to watch and look forward to!
Nothing compares to your first love—but what if you end up meeting your last love?
College student Tae-o (Ji Soo) seemingly has it all-good looks, great friends, a wealthy family background-all he's missing is the love of his life. Everyone seems to ship him with his best friend of 20 years, Song-
Ji Soo and Jin Young made our seven-minute chat feel like 70!
Think of this scenario: You have that ~one~ childhood friend you've never seen as relationship material. But what if they end up dating your best friend, how would you feel about it then? If this sounds interesting (or at all
Seeing our K-drama faves IRL? What. An. Experience.
I'd like to think I'm not one to fangirl hard in real life (Squealing, shrieking, and calling out longingly to my idols? PASS)-or so I thought. This was exactly the case when I attended Netflix's
Time to get ready for the kilig!
It's common knowledge that Korean pop culture, specifically K-dramas, has won the hearts of many Pinoys. Now, Netflix has made them more accessible to us fangirls and boys with new romance dramas slated to stream on the service in
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