She's fallen for Chung Myung too!
Mom-to-be Anne Curtis may be *a little late* to the party, but she's currently watching hit 2019 K-drama Hotel Del Luna and she's got A LOT of feels about it! On February 7, Anne took
Who else *ugly cried* because of this show?!
It's been years since Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo took the K-drama world (and our hearts!) by storm in 2016, but a lot of us are still reeling from all the heartbreak it put us through. The story, which
It's a sad day for fans.
It's a sad day for many Yeo Jin Goo fans. The Hotel Del Luna male lead star's Manila fan meeting Memory Line that is scheduled on February 1 at the New Frontier Theatre is not pushing through.Concert promoter Wilbros
We're so ready!
On January 7, GMA-7 TV executive and movie producer Joey Abacan took to Instagram to share a *sneak peek* of upcoming foreign series that'll be airing on the network this year! While some of them haven't been
Are your wallets ready?
Here are four K-drama actors and K-pop idols who are going to be gracing our shores next year: Where you last saw him: He played scaredy-cat hotel manager Chan Sung in the hit 2019 drama Hotel Del Luna.When
He's coming to Manila in 2020!
Can't get enough of Yeo Jin Goo? The former child star has certainly come a long way since playing the younger versions of our fave male leads! Here's a list of Jin Goo's major roles:His
OMG.
Yeo Jin Goo is coming to Manila!The star of K-drama Hotel Del Luna will be holding his first fan meeting in February 2020, as announced by Wilbros Live. Jin Goo has also appeared in other series such as A Frozen
We're *still reeling* from all the feels!
22-year-old Yeo Jin Goo, who started out in the K-drama industry as a child actor, made us all *swoon* with his portrayal of a softhearted hotel manager in Hotel Del Luna! The drama, which is currently streaming on Netflix,
Sooo many stars in one venue!
No doubt about it: We're all in love with the Hotel Del Luna cast and their friendship! This weekend, members of the cast even low-key attended leading lady IU's Love, Poem concert in Seoul. Now THAT is
In case you need more reasons to become a couch potato.
2019 is almost over and we're sure you've had your fair share of Korean dramas and cute K-drama bb boys this year. However, you can NEVER have too much Korean content, so here's a list
Who's ready for a *night in*?
It's getting cold outside, and more than ever, all we want to do is have a ~night in~ and binge our favorite shows! Here's what's new on Netflix this November: The sitch: Hal (Timothée Chalamet)
You won't regret checking in to tvNs latest fantasy K-drama.
Nestled in the heart of Jung-gu, Seoul is Hotel Del Luna, a mystical hotel that caters to spirits and prepares them for their journey to the afterlife. Things shake-up when its owner, Jang Man Wol (IU), recruits elite hotelier Goo
Please make this happen! 
Hotel Del Luna, the supernatural romance drama starring IU and Yeo Jin Goo, aired its 16th and final episode on September 1, 2019. The drama tells the story of hotel owner Man-wol (IU) and the new manager she employs, Chan-seong (
Horror + romance + comedy = the perfect show to binge-watch!
If you're an online lurker like me, you've probably seen people gushing about Hotel Del Luna all over the Internet. This new Korean drama, which only has a few episodes in, has gotten people hooked! Here's
One of them started acting at only 4 years old!
One thing we love about Korean dramas is that they almost always give us flashbacks to the lead characters' childhoods, which make us feel more connected to them! Have you ever wondered about the young actors who brought these roles to
Because we're suckers for good thrillers and hot vamps.
If you think Korean dramas are just all about complicated love lines and poor-girl-rich-guy tropes, we'd say you probably haven't tried the right one for your tastebuds yet. There's a K-drama for
The characters' resemblance to the comics is amazing!
Just like movies, our favorite Korean dramas sometimes gain inspiration from novels and other written and illustrated works. In fact, several of the most popular K-dramas originated from webtoons! Webtoons are a kind of online comics that originated in South Korea.
Because history can be addicting, too.
South Korea has a rich and vibrant history that dates back centuries, so it's no surprise that K-dramas are filled with colorful and interesting historical stories-also known as sageuk. They tend to be quite lengthy and detailed, but
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