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Their affluent backgrounds didn't stop them from working hard!
There are Korean celebrities who are born with affluent backgrounds yet still choose to work hard to make a name for themselves. Curious as to who are they? Below, a list of K-drama actors and actresses from influential families and are
They're all unique and witty!
Creating your Instagram username is a great way to unleash your creativity-you can use another language that translates to your name, use a totally different (read: random) handle, or be witty and sprinkle it with puns! Korean celebrities, both K-drama
Ramdam mo talaga yung sakit, eh.
Have you heard of the term "Second Lead Syndrome"? It's basically when K-drama fans end up rooting for the second lead more than the main star of the show. Example: We end up praying hard that the male second
We can’t wait to see them again!
As fans, our ultimate goal is to see our idols in person, and fan meets allow us to fulfill this dream. But with our current situation, I guess that dream will have to take a backseat. On the bright side, we can
They love K-content, just like us!
Just like us Pinoys, it seems like Thailand is obsessed with Korean dramas and movies! Over the years, there have been many Thai adaptations of K-content, adding different twists to already familiar stories. Who can blame them? K-dramas are sooo
Mom, we love them!
After rounding up some of the most versatile female idols turned actors, we now turn to their male counterparts-a.k.a. swoon-worthy dancers and vocalists-who also have the acting credits and lead roles under their names to demonstrate their
From ghosts to goblins to nine-tailed foxes.
One of our fave K-drama tropes is the existence of mythical creatures + immortal characters in the story! Their histories, past heartbreaks, and quirks that come with *old age* make the viewing experience so much better. From ghosts to goblins to nine-
We love awkward and geeky Gang Bae!
Netflix's Mystic Pop-Up Bar has easily become one of our favorite dramas, and it goes without saying that we're absolutely in love with one of the show's lead stars, Yook Sung Jae. He plays Han Gang Bae, an
Think you had a chance encounter with them at some point?
Whether they lived in the Philippines to build their businesses or to simply study English, these Korean celebrities found something even better: another place they can call their home! Tbh, it's truly heartwarming to see them talk fondly about their stay
For everyone who's #TeamSecondLead, this one's for you!
You know how it goes: Character A likes Character B, yay! Everything seems fine for them until Character C comes in the picture and makes a move to Character B, giving the much-needed ~tension~ to the story. Sometimes, Character C isn&#
Is your fave idol or actor on the list?
By law, South Korea requires able-bodied men from 18 to 28 years old to render military service. They're obliged to join the South Korean army for around two years. Although, exceptions are made only if they're "classical
He first stole our hearts in 'Goblin!'
Good news, Hallyu fans: There's a new K-drama dropping on Netflix tomorrow! We're so ready to enter the Mystic Pop-Up Bar because it stars some familiar faces like Hwang Jung Eum (She Was Pretty, Lucky Romance,
Sung Jae is so cute!!!
We know you're curious about Mystic Pop-Up Bar, which premieres on Netflix on May 20! It's giving us intense Hotel Del Luna vibes, but with a much lighter and funnier tone. Soompi writes that this drama is
It starts airing this May!
Korean dramas and movies are so well-loved, it's no wonder that different Asian countries are making their own versions of them! The latest one is Who Are You: School 2015, which will be aired in Thailand very soon. Who
It's safe to say that they've all been pretty ~busy~!
Before Goblin started airing back in December 2016, fans anticipated it as Gong Yoo's comeback drama. Everyone had high hopes, too, because the screenwriter was Kim Eun Sook, who is also behind other hit series like Descendants Of The Sun (
These fictional characters are tall, handsome, and rich AF!
In the Land of the Morning Calm, chaebol is what they call a conglomerate or a group of companies owned and run by one family. Think the Zobel de Ayalas, Tans, and Gokongweis of the Philippines. The typical sitch in chaebol Korean
Experience major throwbacks to your teenage life!
Every once in a while, it's nice to look back on high school. Whether you struggled back then or you were one of the lucky ones who had a blast, you'll definitely have so many memories from that