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We're really hoping for a mini-reunion soon!
One of the best K-dramas we saw in 2019 was Hotel Del Luna. I remember the time it was aired—everyone was sharing memes and personal reviews about the series and they were so hyped. It was popular for a reason—although the concept
He also admits that It’s Okay To Not Be Okay is the best K-drama he’s seen.
Let’s be honest, It’s Okay Not To Be Okay is one of the best K-dramas to hit 2020. From the interesting and unconventional romance between Seo Ye Ji and Kim Soo Hyun to the jaw-dropping outfits of Mun-Yeong that kept our eyes
Meet Lee Dong Wook's new leading lady!
We're sure you're intrigued about Tale Of The Nine-Tailed leading lady Jo Bo Ah, who plays the determined producer of an urban fantasy legends show, Ji Ah, in the series. Ji Ah lost her parents in a mysterious accident when she was
Did you know that Rain had a scene filmed in Batangas?
Plenty of Hallyu fans in the Philippines dream of one day visiting South Korea. But similarly, the Philippines is also a favorite travel destination by foreigners, and you might be surprised to know that South Korean shows have brought famous Hallyu personalities
Did you know that "The World of Married" was actually based on a BBC drama?
We bet you didn't know that some of your fave Korean shows are actually remakes of movies and shows from the UK and US! Here are eight shows to check out:The OG: 17 Again, US The premise: A man in his 40s
Here's your first look at the intriguing fantasy drama!
Ever since the announcement of Lee Dong Wook’s new fantasy drama The Tale of Gumiho, we’ve been waiting somewhat impatiently for updates about the series.The drama’s reported plot revolves on TV producer Nam Ji Ah (Jo Bo Ah), who’s currently working on a
From typical students to crazy rich heiresses.
K-dramas aren't only hyped because of their kilig-filled storylines. They're also often used as fashion pegs by their fashion-forward viewers. Throughout the years, some trends have changed in K-drama fashion, and some things still remained. From typical students to crazy rich heiresses,
Including all of Ko Mun-yeong's storybooks!
It’s only been a few days since the finale of It’s Okay to Not Be Okay but we’re already missing the entire cast and the show’s “healing” charm. Now if, like us, you’re still struggling to let go of this exceptionally produced
These Korean dramas will surely leave a long-lasting impression on you.
Had your fair share of light, mindless, entertaining shows? How about taking it up a notch and making your Korean drama binge-watching sessions all the more meaningful? Below we list down 10 heartwarming and impactful K-dramas that won't just help you pass
Can you guess which is number one?
Koreanovelas made their way into Philippine TV in the early 2000s. Thanks to ABS-CBN and GMA-7, Filipinos have looked forward to watching dubbed versions of these Asian dramas produced in South Korea, and have gone crazy over the Korean stars who starred
After all, it didn't win Best Drama at the Baeksang Arts Awards for nothing.
Not gonna lie: The only reason I initially watched Stove League was because it was named Best Drama at the recently-concluded Baeksang Arts Awards. As a huge K-drama fan, I’ve already seen the rest of the nominated titles prior to the awards
She went to the Kingdom of Corea!
The King: Eternal Monarch is airing its last episode on Friday, June 12, which gives us a few more days to brace ourselves for the possibility of a heartbreaking finale. And while there's always a feeling of loss when a K-drama ends—especially
Prepare for some obvious winners...and also a number of wildcards.
Put a proud hand up if you've been bingeing on K-dramas nonstop these days. Same. As editors, though, we've realized that we subconsciously gravitate towards the ones that are flawlessly well-styled! On that note: Here, we've rounded up some of the most
Can you guess the most favored show?
There's no better time than the present to start a new TV series or maybe finally get on the K-drama high most everyone's been riding. That said, whether you're just starting out or you need a new show to keep you preoccupied,
We love her new look!
That time skip in Itaewon Class' 13th episode was so satisfying in so many different levels. (Spoiler alert!) After all, a lot can happen in four years—a small pub like Park Saeroyi's (Park Seo-Joon) Dan Bam can become a full-blown corporation, and
There's an A.I. boyfriend, face blindness, and a long-lost childhood connection in the mix.
In the vast world of K-drama, fans may think that they've seen enough strange plots not to shock them by the next offering, but Netflix's My Holo Love would like to refute that idea with its take on technology. We've seen artifical
According to Kingdom screenwriter Kim Eun-Hee, working with Netflix is "liberating."
If you’ve been watching K-dramas since the first Hallyu wave back in the mid-2000s (we’re talking Full House, the Endless Love series, and the like!) then it’s safe to say that Netflix’s Joseon era zombie drama is refreshing. But screenwriter Kim Eun-Hee
Park Seo-Joon isn't the only one with a cool 'do in this K-drama.
We'll be honest. We started watching Itaewon Class because of Park Seo-Joon. That said, what kept us watching wasn't just his stellar performance and adorable haircut. It was his talented co-stars who gave the K-drama as much spice and thrill as he
We're obsessed with her gradient lip in the K-drama!
The random lipstick touch-up is the one K-drama cliché we'll never get sick of seeing. Sure, it's always a blatant product placement, but it's the sheer lack of subtlety that sprinkles a little more fun in it. Besides, we don't mind an
We wish we could all be this lucky!
Who else can claim that they’ve met their oppa in the flesh? As it turns out, Chloe Lopez of the Korean fanpage The Saranghe Oppa is one of the lucky few who've had a fateful encounter.During her recent trip to Seoul, the Filipina