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Because you deserve something good!
After a long day at work, I would often search for K-dramas that don't need a lot of ~*braining*~: Think series that will make you feel good, laugh out loud, and relieve your stress. They're also bound
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
Your stomach will hurt from too much laughing, promise!
When we want to ~*feel things*~, we turn to K-dramas. Ready to shed tears? Heartbreaking dramas are for you. Forgot the feeling of kilig? Let romantic Korean shows remind you what love is. Want to get annoyed but still be entertained?
Feel like a K-drama lead every time you wake up!
Admit it: We're all suckers for Korean aesthetic. Aside from the cute outfits and stunning makeup looks, one thing we can't help but notice when watching our favorite K-dramas is the interior design of the female lead&#
Some of them have already appeared together in other K-dramas!
Let's face it: We will never *really* get over a K-drama as good as Mr. Queen. Sure, there will be other series with a similar storyline, but nothing can replace the roller coaster of emotions we went through while
We're *super* excited for Hyung Sik's military discharge!
Need a good laugh? We recommend binge-watching the 2017 K-drama Strong Woman Do Bong Soon! And if the funny antics of the characters are not enough, there's also the fascinating plot and undeniable kilig that will make you
This time, ikaw na ang pumili sa kanya. <3
The second lead syndrome *really* has no cure and up to this day, we're still heartbroken with the endings of some of our favorite K-drama male second leads. That's why we came up with this quiz para
Ramdam mo talaga yung sakit, eh.
Have you heard of the term "Second Lead Syndrome"? It's basically when K-drama fans end up rooting for the second lead more than the main star of the show. Example: We end up praying hard that the male second
This drama is still one of our fave rom-coms!
The 2018 drama What's Wrong With Secretary Kim? (WWWSK?) is based on a webtoon of the same name, and is far from your usual Cinderella story. The simple yet fascinating plot centers around a narcissistic vice chairman and his hardworking secretary (
Omo!
Some stories may have that slow burn, while others will get you hooked from the get-go. But one thing's for sure: A romantic K-drama wouldn't be complete without an aminan scene! Whether the two leads are already together
Happy binge-watching!
Fans would agree that they turn to K-dramas for the shows' light-hearted scenes na tamang pampakilig lang, which is why it's not as appealing for people who aren't exactly into romantic themes. Not to mention
RIP to our eyebags.
Sometimes, it's hard to move on to new Korean shows when you're still not over the ones you've watched. It's like there are new series that are waiting for you, but you still choose
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
Get ready for a bittersweet ending.
It all started in high school. Hwan Seung Hee (Park Bo Young) transferred from Jeonju to the high school of Hwang Woo Yeon (Kim Young Kwang) during their senior year. They met in the teachers' office as Seung Hee was about
Spoilers ahead (but so worth it, LOL)!
How often do you rewatch the most kilig scenes in Korean dramas? Because tbh, I still think about the bts video of Yoo Seung Ho and Chae Soo Bin's kitchen kissing scene from I'm Not A Robot. It&#