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'Kingdom: Ashin of the North' just aired on Netflix!
We love a good fantasy-themed K-drama or film, and when it comes to supernatural creatures, zombies have been topping our list lately. Great cinematography and creative storytelling are pluses, too, of course. Whether you're looking to get seriously spooked
Most of her works are top-rating and critically acclaimed!
Whether you're a hardcore K-drama fan or you just started binge-watching Korean shows, you have probably heard of Netflix's Kingdom-you know, that historical-slash-zombie thriller that everyone's talking about. And in case
This list is perfect if you think 16 episodes feel bitin and you’re looking for a series to obsess over.
Have you ever wondered why most Korean dramas end their story arc at one season? While Korean variety shows run for years and some for decades, dramas usually stop after the pilot season. TBH, 16, 20, or even 24 episodes don't
In case you've had enough of the kilig!
Without a doubt, K-dramas have *really* taken over our lives-from our moms caving in to watch a series since ~they have nothing else to watch~ to seeing them finishing all the Park Seo Joon shows that are available on Netflix.
They even had zombies in their photos!
Looking for an interesting and unique prenup idea? Why not spice things up by adding zombies into the mix? With K-drama-themed prenup shoots being the recent trend in the wedding world lately, this odd yet one-of-a-kind suggestion
Brave enough to binge-watch these shows?
Aside from the usual kilig K-dramas we love watching, we're also huge fans of terrifying shows that can keep us up all night. We get freaked out by the jump scares and hair-raising soundtracks, pero manonood pa rin
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 July, please!!
Article updated: June 4, 2021, 2:00 p.m.Just in: Netflix has confirmed that Kingdom: Ashin Of The North will premiere this coming July 23! Here are teaser photos to make you extra excited for this special episode:***Heads up, Kingdom
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-