They're totally our #LifePegs!
When we get hooked on a new K-drama, it's usually because of these reasons: A) the promising plot, B) the drool-worthy leads, and C) their ~kilig~ chemistry. Sometimes, we stumble upon a gem with all of these factors
Celebrate Valentine’s Day by reliving these clips!
The best part about most Korean dramas is how they let you escape from reality for a while through a perfect string of kilig scenes because they are just so damn romantic. We bet you can't make it to the
Because we still can't get over a lot of them!
One of the best parts of being a K-drama fan is that you'll never run out of shows to watch. If you're still eagerly awaiting the new dramas headed your way in 2019, now is the best
Our daily dose of ~kilig~ is complete with these onscreen pairings! 
Park Seo Joon stars as the narcissistic chairman of his family's company and Park Min Young's character is his loyal secretary of nine years who suddenly announces her resignation. Seo Joon's character, who seems totally narcissistic
Flying to Korea soon? Get started on your itinerary with these picks.
If you can't get enough of K-dramas, then you probably already recognize some familiar places in Korea: Nami Island from Winter Sonata, Sanmotoonge Cafe from Coffee Prince, Petite France from My Love From The Star, N Seoul Tower from
Seeing our K-drama faves IRL? What. An. Experience.
I'd like to think I'm not one to fangirl hard in real life (Squealing, shrieking, and calling out longingly to my idols? PASS)-or so I thought. This was exactly the case when I attended Netflix's
Who wouldn't?!
GMA-7 actress Max Collins met South Korean heartthrob and Something In The Rain actor Jung Hae In.Pinoy K-drama fans were surprised to see the 26-year-old Kapuso actress at the APAN Star Awards 2018 held on October 13,
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