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In case you need something to ~distract~ you.
On days when everything feels like a mess, I always turn to K-dramas (and my first love, K-pop) for a serotonin boost. They're a great distraction to help me forget my 99 problems for a while and once
Which one are you looking forward to?
The month of May is ~*blooming*~ with K-dramas and Korean movies from different genres!To start with, queen Seo Ye Ji is back and this time it's in a revenge drama that revolves around chaebols. We will get to
Because we know you can't get enough of them!
Almost one month has passed but the Business Proposal fever is still here! Who can forget a light rom-com drama that injected a handful of tropes in each episode? It brought us back to the good, old K-drama days wherein
Welcome back, Kim Woo Bin!
You guys, Kim Woo Bin is in the K-drama scene! The Uncontrollably Fond actor went on a two-year hiatus after he was diagnosed with nasopharynx cancer and he returned to the industry in 2019, where he appeared in a number
Prepare your tissues when you watch these!
K-dramas set in the '80s and '90s will always have a special place in our hearts. It's nice to look back at the good old days when smartphones are not yet a thing and life was just
BRB, rearranging my K-drama schedule.
Just when you thought that your K-drama schedule is already ~full,~ Netflix, Viu, and Apple TV+ adds more Korean titles to keep you busier! This month, expect an adrenaline rush thanks to a bromance, be moved by a drama adapted from
Stuck in a creative rut? An art-related K-drama is the palate-cleanser you need.
We all know that inspiration doesn't come easy to artists. Whether you're a seasoned designer or a casual tinkerer, no artist is safe from the occasional dry spell. If you find yourself stuck in a rut, watching a good
TBH, they're characters who are truly unforgettable.
The best K-dramas are built on a solid base of conflict. And who better to serve it on a silver platter than a show's resident villain? Kontrabidas add spice to the lives of our favorite protagonists and strengthen their
Dream of becoming a doctor? These medical K-dramas will give you lots of inspo.
It's no secret that becoming a doctor is tough. Training for the thankless job entails working under pressure, dealing with criticism, and monitoring patients for hours on end. If you're looking for something to keep you motivated, medical
Koreans really have a knack for creating a good rom-com!
Be it American, French, Japanese, Filipino, written, or otherwise, I love the romantic comedy genre. A rom-com story always has that feel-good element to it. Not only does it make you feel and understand what love is all about, super
Because we know you can't get enough of this rookie actor!
Choi Hyun Wook is winning K-drama fans over with his acting chops and boyfriend-like visuals. Born on January 30, 2002, he debuted in 2019 as Moon Ye Chan in the teen web drama Real:Time:Love. The binge-worthy series-
For your Hallyu-shaped heart! *winks*
Another month, another list of new K-dramas and Korean movies to look forward to! Get ready for the ~feels~ this February with romantic releases that feature young love, characters that are polar opposites, a chaebol story, and a BDSM-centered plot.
Nuggets of wisdom to cherish and live.
ICYMI, Now, We are Breaking Up is a slice of life romantic drama starring Song Hye Kyo and Jang Ki Yong. It aired on Viu in November and closed with its 16th episode on the 8th of January. In it, Hye Kyo
Welcome *back,* Rain!
Hallyu superstar and everyone's OG oppa Rain is *finally* making his small-screen comeback! The last time we've seen him in a K-drama was in 2019, and we're so happy that he'll be
The thrill is INSANE.
Have you ever watched a K-drama so thrilling that you end up stabbing the air with an ~imaginary knife~? Some series have the power to *change* you into a different character after you watch them, and most of the time they&#
You'll love them in their other roles!
With six more episodes to go, we're already preparing our tissues since Our Beloved Summer will come to end this month. Although the drama is a rom-com (the kilig here is INTENSE), it also made us sob in a
See her shine in her latest Netflix series, 'Bulgasal: Immortal Souls.'
Korean actress Kwon Nara's childhood dream was to be a stewardess, but during her teen years, her growing passion for acting and singing pushed her to audition as a trainee for Fantagio Entertainment (home to K-pop groups like ASTRO and
More series for your growing watchlist! ;)
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas and Netflix, Viu, and iQIYI have presents for us! These streaming platforms are all set to make our holidays happy with their upcoming K-dramas slated this month. For December, we will
Looking for the best of both worlds?
We all love K-dramas that can make us laugh, cry, and comfort us in the best possible way. But have you ever heard of shows that can give you the goosebumps AND have you in fits of laughter at the same
Time to *prepare* your K-drama schedule!
K-drama fans, RIP to our eyebags: We have 10 titles to choose from this November! There's a fashion drama, a remake of the BBC hit Criminal Justice, and a webtoon-based series that was invited to the Toronto International