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Some of them are already parents!
You guys, Endless Love: Autumn In My Heart is turning 20 years old! Yes, it's been that long. The 2000 K-drama tells the story of young siblings Joon Suh (Song Seung Heon) and Eun Suh (Song Hye Kyo), whose
And you liked that it did. #NoJudgment
We can't quite put our finger on it, but there's something about 2020 that makes us think about the end of the world as we know it. If Netflix's Top 10 list is anything to go
They practically grew up in front on the camera!
If you've been a longtime K-drama fan, then you've most likely witnessed how the careers of some of today's leading ladies have unfolded through the years. From being promising child actresses to becoming lead stars
We've known them by their screen names this whole time?!
It isn't uncommon for celebrities to change their real names when they choose to enter the entertainment industry. And the same goes for our fave K-drama oppas! For some, they opt for names that have more *star power* or
Did you know that Song Hye Kyo, Son Ye Jin, and Song Seung Heon all starred in this series?
If you're an OG Koreanovela fan, then you're no stranger to Endless Love, aka the classic Korean drama tetralogy produced by KBS from 2000 to 2006. To be honest, considering its huge success both in South Korea and
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
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
Who says they're only second best?
If there's one phenomenon that most Korean drama fans are familiar with, it's the Second Lead Syndrome. While we love how Hallyu pairs up iconic stars to top bill a drama, sometimes, they're even better at