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The frustration is real with these dramas!
Isn't it wonderful how K-dramas serve as an escape from reality for us fans? They have the *power* to change how we feel: One moment you're laughing non-stop, and the next thing you know, you'
Prepare your tissues, guys. Lots of it.
There are many types of K-dramas: Some of them make us laugh, keep us up at night, persuade us to become a doctor, or motivate us to do our best in life. But there are days when we just want to
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'
Are you a true 'Start-Up' fan?
The Netflix series Start-Up may have given us mixed emotions with its finale but let's admit it-it's going to take a long time before we get over this K-drama! So, do you consider yourself a
Alexa, play 'Future' by Red Velvet!
Whether you're #TeamDoSan or #TeamGoodBoy, the Netflix drama Start-Up has surely made an impact on us K-drama fans-not just for its main characters, but also for its relatable storyline about the struggles of chasing after our dreams. (
She's a fan of progressive female roles!
No doubt about it: former K-drama child actress Shin Se Kyung is a certified leading lady now! Also a philanthropist, Se Kyung donated her YouTube earnings to low-income families through Good Neighbors, an international humanitarian development NGO, in 2020.One
She takes on ~progressive~ roles for a reason!
If there's one under-the-radar K-drama that's charmed us, it's definitely Run On. The series, which is available on Netflix, stars Shin Se Kyung as foreign film translator Mi Joo. She's a
Are you and your oppa meant to be?
2020 introduced us to these unforgettable K-drama characters: Park Saeroyi (Park Seo Joon) from Itaewon Class, Lee Gon (Lee Min Ho) from The King: Eternal Monarch, Moon Gang Tae (Kim Soo Hyun) from It's Okay To Not Be Okay,
For when you just want to ~*feel the love*~.
There's no English equivalent to the word kilig (it's a Pinoy thing, ya know!) but we can all feel it whenever we watch K-dramas, amirite? The K-entertainment industry is so good with making us feel warm
Who doesn't love LOVE?!
Ah, *romance.* Pinoys are known to be suckers for love and all things heart-fluttering, that's why it's no surprise that romance viewing increased SO MUCH in 2020. Compared to 2019, Pinoys watched almost 400 percent more romance
They're all *so* gwapo!
We've already talked about our favorite Korean actors' first major acting gigs, and now, we've decided to list down some of our fave oppas and remember how they looked like then and how they look like now.
Aww, they were such bbs!
K-drama fans, how many ~oppas~ are on your Sana Kami Na Lang IRL list? We're sure there are a lot of them, and the list probably keeps growing every time you finish binge-watching a drama. Don't
He actually said it was a 'good thing' Ji Pyeong didn't end up with Dal Mi!
So it's been a couple of weeks since Start-Up aired its final episode which, TBH, left #TeamGoodBoy distraught and disappointed. As we all know by now, Han Ji Pyeong (Kim Seon Ho) did not end up with Seo Dal
Who else had high hopes for this drama?
Gifted teenager Han Ji Pyeong was kicked out of an orphanage when he was only 17. With nowhere else to go, a corn dog vendor named Mrs. Choi took the "good boy" under her wing and gave him free board and lodging.
Be still, our hearts!
We're still not over the Netflix series Start-Up and do you know what we love doing during our spare time? Watching behind-the-scenes videos of the K-drama on The Swoon's YouTube channel! Case in point:
~The heart wants what it wants~
Start-Up has finally come to an end and we're pretty sure you already know who your heart beats for. But what if ~fate~ says otherwise? Take this quiz and know if you're *really* meant to be with
We miss them like crazy. :(
It's been a minute since Start-Up's finale aired and sepanx is real, you guys! Sure, It left us with many, many questions but still, we think it's worth binge-watching! I'm sure you
'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
They're all unique and witty!
Creating your Instagram username is a great way to unleash your creativity-you can use another language that translates to your name, use a totally different (read: random) handle, or be witty and sprinkle it with puns! Korean celebrities, both K-drama