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Forget love teams! We're beyond excited for these all-new pairs to show off their chemistry.
Unlike here in the Philippines where the success of a movie or soap opera tends to be anchored heavily on love teams, South Korean dramas don’t have the same notion. In the Hallyu industry, script normally comes first, followed by the casting
The actor is grateful to be part of Kim Eun-Hee's zombie masterpiece.
“I am not a prince,” Ju Ji-hoon says humbly. But the Kingdom star has come a long way since debuting in the hit K-drama Princess Hours back in 2006. (Did you know that he also played the role of a crown prince back
The actors are quite fond of each other after filming season 2.
Kingdom’s season two gave us quite a cliffhanger ending (yet again), and introduced us to new characters that will surely become instant favorites once the show returns on Netflix. Though we may now know who microbraided Jun Ji-Hyun is and what her
The jaw-dropping scenes will put you on the edge of your seat!
With the global success of its premiere season, Netflix’s zombie-meets-Joseon-era K-drama Kingdom has quite the reputation to live up to. And luckily, its second season might even be better than the first.Season two starts off where the finale episode left us: zombies
He's proof that boys can wear pastel and look good in it!
Prince Lee Chang of Netflix’s hit zombie K-drama Kingdom is undoubtedly stylish off screen, and we’re loving his unexpected sartorial choices. During yesterday’s press conference in South Korea for the series' much-awaited second season, Ju Ji-Hoon opted for a suit in candy-colored pastel hues that made him
We can't wait!
After the success of its debut season, Netflix's first ever original K-drama, Kingdom, is finally set to return next year! The main cast, including Ju Ji-hoon, Ryu Seung-ryong, and Bae Doona, revealed the much-awaited news themselves on The Swoon, an all-access YouTube channel dedicated
Are you ready for Netflix’s first ever zombie K-drama?
When Netflix revealed back in November that they’re producing their very first Korean drama, we didn’t really know what to expect. During their See What's Next: Asia event, we were given a preview of this then-secret show starring Ju Ji-Hoon (Along with