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They had a *bond* before they became superstars!
Don't you just love it when you discover something new about the celebs you love? Like their hobbies (READ: 9 Korean Celebrities Who *Love* Film Photography), the meaning behind their Instagram accounts, or what entertainment agency they belong to (and
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'
Sleep? I don’t know her.
The new year brings a lot of new things, including K-dramas that will keep us up all night again! You guys, wala nanaman tulugan and I know we're all here for it, amirite?? So prepare your devices, internet connections, and ~*
These films will shock you.
South Koreans are masters in filmmaking. It goes without saying that their style in producing movies is truly unmatched. We've talked about our favorite Korean movies, and here, we're putting the spotlight on Korean films that were based
Calling all Sky fans!
While Kang Ha Neul's social media presence is next to nonexistent (he doesn't even have a personal Insta account, huhu), he might just star as a content creator in his next film! According to Soompi, the 30-year-
Add these to your watch list!
Need a break from binge-watching K-dramas? How about turning to Korean movies for a change? And yup, don't worry, these ones are conveniently available for streaming on Netflix, too! From romantic dramas, heart-racing horror thrillers, to light-
Cheers to ~legal~ streaming!
Earlier this month, Viu Philippines gave us the *best* news ever: It will be making Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo available on the streaming platform this October. Yup, we finally have the option to watch the epically tragic K-drama starring IU,
Freakin' FINALLY!
Even if you're a casual K-drama viewer, you'd have absolutely come across Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo, starring IU, Lee Joon Gi, and Kang Ha Neul. It's been four years since it's 2016
The actress is indeed a favorite when it comes to this genre!
Here's another thing to look forward to this 2021: Kim So Hyun and Ji Soo are confirmed as the main lead in the upcoming historical drama, River Where The Moon Rises with Kang Ha Neul making a special appearance!MORE
Our watch-lists are getting longer!!
No doubt about it: Korean dramas are an important part of our lives now, and no one will judge you if you stay up all night binge-watching a whole season! However, if you simply *don't have the time* or
This is as realistic as it can get.
Oh, the pains that come with growing up/learning how to be an adult. Sometimes, you're stuck on the road and drenched in the pouring rain without an umbrella. Sometimes, you don't get along with your new housemates. Sometimes, your
#Alive is now on Netflix!
Our K-drama *journeys* won't be complete without actor Yoo Ah In! Since debuting in the early 2000s as an actor in his teens, Yoo Ah In has starred in more than 20 amazing projects. In a recent interview for
Nothing is final yet, but we're already excited!
Rumors are circulating that two of our favorite Korean actors *could* be starring in a drama together! Crash Landing On You star Son Ye Jin and When The Camellia Blooms leading man Kang Ha Neul are reportedly in talks of being the
We are *SO* ready for this reunion.
Here's a little bit of good news to get you through this day: Kang Ha Neul is set to make a special appearance in Park Seo Joon and IU's upcoming film, Dream. We'll let you catch
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
Featuring Park Min Young, Park Seo Joon, and more!
If you've been a K-drama fan for a while now, then you're probably already familiar with a couple of Korean actors and actresses who rose to fame after starring in popular and beloved dramas. Avid Hallyu fans
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
They were really worth the wait!
Ah, the infamous ~comeback drama~, which, in K-Dramaland usually pertains to the drama a Korean actor stars in after he gets discharged from his mandatory military service. Yup, being away from the spotlight for almost two years (which is how long
We've known them by their screen names this whole time?!
It isn't uncommon for celebrities to change their real names when they choose to enter the entertainment industry. And the same goes for our fave K-drama oppas! For some, they opt for names that have more *star power* or
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,