It’s from our favorite ahjumma!
Another day, another Reply 1988 content that will make you soft: Go Kyung Pyo, who played Sun Woo in the iconic K-drama, recently thanked his onscreen eomma (and our fave ahjumma!), Kim Sun Young, for sending a coffee truck to the
These spooktacular Korean dramas will keep you up at night.
If you're the type of thrill-seeking viewer who gets a kick out of watching gore, monsters, and malevolent spirits haunting humans, then we've got just the list for you. Even if you're not a K-
Just thinking of Park Saeroyi's dad makes us cry!
It won't feel like Father's Day if we don't honor the K-drama dads who made us all cry and *feel special*! Dads in dramas aren't perfect, of course, but that's what
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
Some of these are quite surprising!
So if you're privileged enough to find yourself with so much free time because of the enhanced community quarantine, then today must be Day XX of you wasting away in front of the screen watching Netflix. RIGHT? Right. And since
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
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-
Including 'Descendants Of The Sun', 'Goblin', and more!
You'll never run out of K-dramas to watch, but some titles stand out and cause a craze amongst casual viewers and hardcore fans alike. The 2000s gave rise to OG classics like Winter Sonata and Boys Over Flowers, but
The living dead just got more powerful.
If you're a fan of Netflix Original series Kingdom, you'll be happy to know you can start streaming Season 2 on March 13. The teaser photos are enough to get you pumped for the impending fight against the
The zombies are back!
The idea of zombies in Joseon dynasty-era Korea might seem absurd, but Netflix original Kingdom makes it work. The second season's premiere was announced in October 2019, with teasers for the upcoming season getting everyone hyped (and in the
The actor said he was touched by it!
The star of Korean film Miracle in Cell No. 7 Ryu Seung Ryong recently reacted to the teaser trailer of the movie's Philippine remake which was released on November 13.In a Facebook post shared by Viva Films, the actor, who
You better ready your tissues!
Admit it, Korean shows are the perfect go-to guilty pleasure to watch whenever you want to feel kilig. There's just something about their approach and overall production that makes them so effective, relatable, and refreshing for us to watch!
We're counting down the days!
Keep 'em coming! We listed down five Korean dramas that will make your days more interesting-pero next year pa. The stars: Ju Ji Hoon, Bae Doona, and Ryu Seung RyongThe sitch: We've been waiting for the second season
There's no shortage of ugly crying here!
The amazing thing about Korean dramas is how they introduce you to wonderful lead and minor characters...and then kill them off as major plot twists! There could be a horrible illness that can't be cured. There could be a
From power-hungry villains to meddling mothers!
What's a Korean drama without a nasty villain or two? Crime shows and thriller series, especially, give birth to the most ruthless and despicable antagonists. But even rom-coms and melodramas have introduced us to the most loathsome characters that
Keep your eyes peeled for these K-drama gems next year!
It's been a great year for K-drama fans everywhere, and it looks as though 2019 is only going to get bigger and better! There are so, so many upcoming shows headed our way next year, but we make things
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
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