Just like you, we’re excited about their new documentary!
The K-drama (or as what we titas used to call it, Koreanovela), Coffee Prince, made waves in the television industry in 2007, with its kilig-worthy charm. After 13 years, fans still can't get enough of it, and yes, like
It opens this month, you guys.
If you live around Metro Manila, you don't have to drive all the way to Pampanga to experience a drive-in cinema. SM's "Movies By The Bay" will be showing films from Wednesday to Sunday at the MOA
The pilot episode airs today!
Yup, Wooga Squad members + BFFs Park Seo Joon and Choi Woo Shik are appearing in a new reality show! Their friendship is just the cutest (remember when Woo Shik sent a food truck to Seo Joon on the set of Itaewon Class?)
'Were you scared?' Um, yes.
The official teaser trailer for the much-awaited zombie movie of the year is finally here! Peninsula is set four years after the events of Train To Busan (2016). According to the production company Well Go USA Entertainment, the more features Jung-
The movie will hit local theaters this 2020!
The sequel to the 2016 South Korean zombie flick Train To Busan is finally hitting movie screens this 2020. The film, which is titled Peninsula, is set four years after the outbreak hit South Korea and will be featuring a new set
More films to get your heart pumping!
South Korean film Parasite has gotten lots of buzz lately, partly thanks to its Palme d'Or win at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival. The black-comedy thriller starts off simple enough, then progresses into something unnerving, the kind that will
If you love zombie flicks, this one's for you!
If you loved the 2016 zombie hit Train To Busan, then you'll be pleased to find out that a sequel is coming very soon!The upcoming movie, entitled Bando, or literally "Peninsula," takes place four years after the events of Train
Bust out the popcorn and watch with the lights on!
Halloween is the perfect excuse to stay in with your friends or bae and watch all your favorite horror movies. And if you're looking from something seriously scary that will keep you up at night, look no further than Korean
It's definitely worth the three-hour (zombie-free) ride from Seoul!
Many first-time visitors to South Korea tend to prioritize Seoul, which is entirely understandable. As the country's capital, it's the most tourist-friendly for anyone looking to familiarize themselves with the rich and diverse Korean culture.But if you
The Gong Yoo zombie thriller reigns supreme!
1. Train to BusanWhy: The Korean zombie thriller starring the ~dreamy~ Gong Yoo became a blockbuster hit not only in its native country but all over the world, including the Philippines.2. Suicide SquadWhy: The much-anticipated DC Comics film starring Margot
Ma Dong-seok is the cushion compact ajusshi of our hearts.
We all know Ma Dong-seok as the gruff but loveable passenger in Train to Busan, but we never knew he also moonlights as a beauty sales associate, LOL! The Korean actor joins Etude House endorser Krystal Jung of f(x) in
There's more to this hottie than 'Train to Busan!'
By now all of us have watched the Korean zombie drama Train to Busan, and if there's one actor we're (still) all obsessed with, it is Gong Yoo.Playing the DILF of our dreams in the thriller, Gong Yoo has
I LOVE YOU, DADDY!
ICYMI, the Korean zombie drama Train To Busan has been the biggest movie in the country (and all over the world, actually) for the past few weeks. Apart from the action packed sequences and literal gut-wrenching zombie scenes, what made our
Stylish AF, obviously.
When you're trying to escape from a hoard of flesh-tearing zombies who want nothing than to turn you into one of them, primping and preening tend to fly out the window. That was evidently the case for Train to Busan
Zombies aside, Busan is one of South Korea's well-loved destinations that you need to see.
Have you seen Train to Busan yet? In case you have been living under a rock these past few weeks, Train to Busan is one of the hottest movies to hit the screens during the second half of 2016. This movie from
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