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They're fearless, fierce, and fun!
K-dramas don't only give us the feels, bring us to different worlds, and bless our lives with a long list of oppas: They also show us that women are strong and in charge of their lives. These ladies can
2021 is going to be a busy year for Korean content on Netflix.
Good news, K-entertainment fans: More content on Netflix is coming your way! The streaming platform is pretty committed to the whole thing. According to reports, the company has spent $700 million (around P33,600,000,000) since 2015 to bring Kingdom,
There were soooo many!
2020 was definitely one of the best years for Korean dramas that a lot of us became hardcore fans in the past year alone. But one thing that surely keeps us excited while watching dramas is the fact that a lot of
Of course 'Money Heist' is number one!
Movies and series that make our hearts race? Yes, please! Unsurprisingly, Money Heist: Part 4 is the most-watched thriller on Netflix this year. Below is a list of other heart-pumping shows and movies that made 2020 even more exciting: The
'Ne, Pyeha!'
Korean dramas have been popular with Filipinos for decades now-I mean, they were even called Koreanovelas and Asianovelas back in the early 2000s. But we haven't seen this big of a craze (read: obsession) over these dramas before this
Fast forward to 2021, please!!
Heads up, Kingdom fans: Our questions will finally be answered because Jun Ji Hyun's character will soon be revealed in Kingdom: Ashin Of The North!MORE KINGDOM CONTENT, RIGHT THIS WAY:If you can remember the ending in Kingdom season 2 (
Can you guess how much the most expensive K-drama costs?
If it wasn't already obvious, there's a hefty price to pay for producing the high-quality K-dramas that we love. That said, a few shows cost a lot more than most based on their setting and storylines,
And they're mostly K-dramas!
The physical, romantic, and emotional bonds you share with your partner aren't the only things that make a relationship extra special. It's also about those moments you spend learning about each other's different interests-may it
It takes a lot to make one look undead.
Aside from great actors and a well-written script, the success of Kingdom can be credited to the show's flesh-hungry zombies. They look really undead and ready to attack-you could feel shivers down your spine as you watch
His reaction is priceless!
By now, you've probably watched-and rewatched-Season 2 of hit zombie series Kingdom. And we're sure Ryu Seung Ryong's performance as the evil chief state councilor Cho Hak-ju both amazed you and made you
Here are more reasons to love our favorite zombie squad!
We recently spoke with the cast of Netflix's Kingdom about their second season via video conference (getting a taste of what press conferences are going to be like in the time of COVID-19). And as a real-life pandemic
She wasn't always *evil* Queen Cho!
We were all in awe of Kim Hye Jun after seeing her as *evil* Queen Cho in the hit zombie series Kingdom! In the show-SPOILER ALERT-Queen Cho fakes a pregnancy just to produce a male heir for the throne. She
Hindi naman pala harmful yung zombies, LOL!
Have you finished binge-watching Kingdom Season 2 yet? We can't get over THAT ending and the possibility of a third season! While we're all waiting for updates, here are some behind-the-scenes photos from the show,
'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-
Including 'Descendants Of The Sun', 'Goblin', and more!
You'll never run out of K-dramas to watch, but some titles stand out and cause a craze amongst casual viewers and hardcore fans alike. The 2000s gave rise to OG classics like Winter Sonata and Boys Over Flowers, but
According to 'Kingdom' screenwriter Kim Eun-Hee, working with Netflix is 'liberating.'
If you've been watching K-dramas since the first Hallyu wave back in the mid-2000s (we're talking Full House, the Endless Love series, and the like!) then it's safe to say that Netflix's
We bet you fell in love with him in 'Princess Hours!'
He's played royalty in dramas so often that he legit seems like a prince to us. Ju Ji Hoon, aka Prince Lee Chang from Princess Hours, is starring in a brand new drama alongside Jun Ji Hyun, Oh Jung Se,
P.S. No spoilers here!
The much-anticipated second season of Kingdom dropped on Netflix yesterday, March 13! In Kingdom, a mysterious disease that turns people into flesh-eating monsters takes over Joseon. Crown Prince Lee Chang (Ju Ji Hoon) has his hands full trying to stop
Whether you like zombies, politics, or history, there's something here for you!
We'll be the first to say that there's nothing that's exactly like the Korean Netflix Original Kingdom. It's not like zombies in a period drama are an all too common trope, but we welcome
Are you ready for more Studio Ghibli + Pinoy films?
Can you believe it's already March? We're always on the lookout for new ~content~ for our binge-watching sessions, so here's what's coming to Netflix this month: Yes, you can finally watch the Studio