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For when you just find yourself saying, 'Vitamin sea juseyo!'
A seaside trip sure sounds tempting as the weather gets warmer (let's be real-it's always warm in our country). And although the Philippines arguably has some of the best beaches in the world, there's no shame in
2021 is going to be a busy year for Korean content on Netflix.
Good news, K-entertainment fans: More content on Netflix is coming your way! The streaming platform is pretty committed to the whole thing. According to reports, the company has spent $700 million (around P33,600,000,000) since 2015 to bring Kingdom,
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
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,
'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 so versatile!
We love K-pop and K-drama-so when our favorite K-pop idols are confirmed to star in a series, you bet we get excited! Don't we just all love how talented they are? Here, let's take a look
Such a supportive friendship!
It's a good day for Daisys because the Girl's Day just had a mini-reunion to show their support for Minah's musical debut!A post shared by @bbang_93The group's main vocalist took to Instagram and shared a photo
There's so much in store for this unforgettable cast!
From April to June 2020, The King: Eternal Monarch filled our screens with its epic storyline of parallel worlds, doppelgangers, and unforgettable romance. Although we've moved on to watching other dramas since it wrapped up, we're still curious
We missed them so much!
It's been around five months since The King: Eternal Monarch went off the air and since then, we've just been reliving epic scenes of the fantasy drama in our heads. Sad, no? But it looks like the cast
Can you guess how much the most expensive K-drama costs?
If it wasn't already obvious, there's a hefty price to pay for producing the high-quality K-dramas that we love. That said, a few shows cost a lot more than most based on their setting and storylines,
He is really ~*The King*~!
Happy Monday, Minoz: Lee Min Ho just reached 20 million followers on both Facebook and Instagram, and is officially the first Korean celebrity to achieve such a feat!JUST LEE MIN HO THINGS YOU WILL WANT TO READ:Min Ho's agency,
They make *very* convincing models!
There's no denying how South Korea is widely popular as an authority in the beauty world. The K-beauty industry paved the way for a lot of trends: From glass skin, cushion compacts, snail ingredients, and gradient lips to name a
It looks just like those libraries featured in K-dramas!
There are certain locations and settings commonly shown in K-dramas that have become easier to spot for fans. There's most likely a scene in a café or a chicken restaurant, one in a park or a bamboo forest, and one
King Lee Gon even has a *missing* button!
Now that you've watched-and rewatched-the biggest K-dramas of the year (so far), we know you're ~craving~ for some merch. Local craft shop Pop Junk Love has created chibi dolls of your fave characters and you
He'll sure be missing his ~Unbreakable Sword~!
There's no doubt that Lee Min Ho and Woo Do Hwan's on-screen bromance on The King: Eternal Monarch also turned into a deep off-screen friendship.After wrapping up eight months of shooting for the drama last
New oppas alert!
There have been so many amazing shows recently, and with them come fresh faces with all the talent! Hello and welcome to a new *era* of K-drama oppas: Where we last saw him: Extracurricular (2020) Sure, we've seen Kim
They're sooo talented!
WARNING: *Major* spoilers ahead for Episodes 1 and 2 of It's Okay To Not Be Okay! Don't read if you haven't seen the latest episodes yet.It's Okay To Not Be Okay, our new
We'll miss you, oppa!
After his breakout roles as Jo Young and Eun Seob in The King: Eternal Monarch, Woo Do Hwan will officially be leaving the limelight to fulfill his mandatory military service beginning July 6, 2020. According to Soompi, the 27-year-old actor
How many of these have you seen?
We're about to wrap up 2020-I know, right-so we thought we'd look back on some of the *best* K-dramas we've seen this year. We listed down, in no particular order, 14 K-dramas
Some people want a light and enjoyable escape from the real world—and this show definitely is not it.
The story starts off one winter night in 1994 in the Kingdom of Corea, a world where there is no North and South Korea, but a ruling monarchy keeping the country whole. On this night, Lee Lim (Lee Jung Jin) carries out