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Make the most of this nostalgic feel-good series!
In case you missed it, the Reply series exits Netflix Philippines on September 30. We know, we know, we're going to miss the ultimate comfort series too! This is one of the most nostalgic K-dramas out there so if
BRB, binge-watching everything on this list before they ~disappear.~
Netflix never runs out of Korean content for its growing audience. A quick scroll on the app and you'll see hundreds of K-dramas, Korean movies, and Korean variety shows. The streaming platform is really dedicated that it even spent $
In case you miss the times when we don't have to read subs!
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
Have you watched these relatable K-dramas yet?
When life gets hard, we love ending the day by watching a good K-drama! But while we enjoy dramas that take us to other worlds and help us escape our everyday problems, we sometimes want something more realistic-proof that others
Which Korean drama appa reminds you most of your dad?
K-dramas definitely go beyond romance. There are so many epic Korean drama scenes that actually have a heartwarming family theme. While the fictional eommas (moms) are definitely unforgettable, the K-drama appas (dads) also give us the feels. Some of them
Thank you, 'Reply 1988', for bringing them together!
Don't you just love it when our favorite K-drama loveteams turn into a real-life couple? Case in point: Reply 1988's Hyeri and Ryu Jun Yeol! They've been together for years now and yes, they&#
Siri, please play 'Hyehwadong' by Park Boram.
Great news, Reply 1988 fans-our Sun Woo and Deok Sun are reuniting *very* soon because Go Kyung Pyo will make a special appearance in Lee Hyeri's new drama, My Roommate Is A Gumiho! As reported by Soompi, tvN has
She's also the writer behind a number variety shows!
Ah, it's FINALLY the month of June and you know what that means-Hospital Playlist Season 2 is coming! After more than a year, our favorite group of doctors is back and we can't wait to see what
You will be able to relate to these series.
There are many reasons why K-dramas are loved by almost *everyone*: They entertain you, bring you to different worlds, and stir your emotions. Some of them also have the ability to speak to your soul-they're the series you
Did you recognize her??
If you're watching the K-drama Law School AND you're also a Reply 1988 fan, you might have noticed that one of the characters looks super familiar. And nope, I'm not talking about Kang Sol A
They'll be binge-watching until 2 a.m. in no time!
We all have that one friend who we can't seem to get into watching K-dramas, no matter how hard we try to convince them. Okay, I'll admit it: I was one of *those* people, but I can vividly remember
Relatable dramas only!
I'm a sucker for slice-of-life K-dramas. But also, I wouldn't say no to Korean series that will give me all the ~feels~. Nothing too sappy or cringey-I love a drama with a love story
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
You know you want to bookmark this for the future. *wink wink*
A lot of us want to live in a K-drama where everything's romantic and where there's always a happy ending (and where COVID-19 is nonexistent). And over the years, many Pinoy couples have somehow ~brought this
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
Maybe get one for yourself, too?
We know you've been binge-watching K-dramas until 3 a.m., and your favorite lie is "Isang episode na lang, promise." We also know that your friends do the same (because TBH, kami din). So what better way to
Help, it still hurts after all these years!!
Reply 1988 gave us one of the most intense second lead syndromes EVER, and one key moment that contributed to it took place in Episode 18, when Jung Hwan (Ryu Jun Yeol) *almost* confessed to Deok Sun (Hyeri). A Tagalog-dubbed version
Sung sisters forever!!
I know-Korean stars send each other coffee and food trucks all the time, but this is a *special* moment because Hyeri just thanked Ryu Hye Young for sending her one on the set of My Roommate Is A Gumiho! The actress
Two words: Friendship goals!
K-dramas never fail to give us the kilig-but another thing we love about them is that they also introduce to us some of the best friendships: from bestfriends, barkadas, and bromances. Whether they start out as rivals or were BFFs