Here at Cosmo, we looooove K-drama crossovers. Last year, we were blessed with cameos of some of our favorite Reply 1988 characters on Hospital Playlist. Now on its second season, the medical series gave us another gift: A Prison Playbook reference!
Count on Netflix to bring us blockbusters unlike any other! For their latest production, the leading streaming entertainment service will take us for a ride in the upcoming movie, Seoul Vibe. A slush fund robbery? A car chase? Set in the 1988
It's going to be directed by 'My Sassy Girl's Kwak Jae Yong!
Omo, we've never encountered a Korean film with a lot of big names like this! Lee Dong Wook, Girls' Generation's Yoona, Kang Ha Neul, and more Korean celebrities are set to appear in the upcoming romantic comedy
It always happens: Just when we thought we've already seen all the possible twists of a K-drama, the production team surprises us with a special cameo (or two) of a famous actor. Obvs, we're *always* left surprised.
It has an amazing storyline and stars the most talented actors!
As a K-drama fan, I always go for series with a slice-of-life theme over those with fantasy concepts, just because I love seeing reality in a different form. One of my favorites is Hospital Playlist because it shows life
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
If you're into thriller films, you might be already used to the ~scare~ the genre gives. But take this new film led by the phenomenal actress Shin Min Ah as something different-it's female-focused, and is about the
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,