Each episode of these shows had us living for the outfits!
Don't lie: Part of the reason you watch K-dramas-aside from the swoon-worthy moments, fascinating stories and world-building, relatable characters, etc.-is because of how damn good the stars look. Throughout the long history of the media
These actors and idols are sooo precious!
Aside from onscreen chemistry and bonds, fans love to see Korean celebs interact with one another IRL. While friendships between celebrities aren't an unfamiliar concept, there are a handful of celebrity connections that fans would be surprised to know about.
Which ones have you watched?
As more and more people get reeled into the world of Korean dramas, there's one year that most longtime fans consider as ~the golden year~ of dramas: 2016. In that year, we were blessed with shows that crossed genres-from
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 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
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-
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
How many of these have you seen?
We're about to wrap up the first half of 2020-I know, right-so we thought we'd look back on some of the *best* K-dramas we've seen this year. We listed down, in no particular
Some people want a light and enjoyable escape from the real world—and this show definitely is not it.
The story starts off one winter night in 1994 in the Kingdom of Corea, a world where there is no North and South Korea, but a ruling monarchy keeping the country whole. On this night, Lee Lim (Lee Jung Jin) carries out
They're only three but just as memorable!
In the Hallyu world, there's no doubt that Kim Go Eun is one of the most talented actresses in her generation. Having mainly acted in movies since her early 20s, Go Eun, now 29, only crossed over to the small
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,
We're still not over this drama!
The King: Eternal Monarch has come to an end but our love for the epic Lee Min Ho and Kim Go Eun drama marches on. If, like us, you just can't get enough of Emperor Lee Gon and Jung Tae
You better follow him on Insta, like, right now!
WARNING: *Major* spoilers ahead for Episodes 16 of The King: Eternal Monarch! Don't read if you haven't seen the latest episode yet!So The King: Eternal Monarch is finally over and we're left with this ~void~
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,
This is really the end.
WARNING: *Major* spoilers ahead for Episodes 16 of The King: Eternal Monarch! Don't read if you haven't seen the latest episodes yet!D-Day has finally come: We are now down to the very last episode of The
It definitely caught our attention!
It's not new for K-drama fans to have an urge to find out where our favorite dramas were filmed. In fact, we make it our goal to be able to visit the filming sites and snap a photo similar
We aren't ready to let go just yet!
The King: Eternal Monarch is coming to an end on Friday, June 12, and I know a lot of us fans are trying so hard to keep our feels together. So before we finally get to know just how Lee Gon (Lee
If only a *magical portal* could take us there right now!
The King: Eternal Monarch is airing its last episode on Friday, June 12, which gives us a few more days to brace ourselves for the *possibility* of a heartbreaking finale. And while there's always a feeling of loss when a
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