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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
Who said we've moved on from this drama?!
Just because Crash Landing on You aired its last episode over the weekend doesn't mean we've already moved on from it. On the contrary, our obsession with the hit K-drama is stronger than ever! One major aspect that made us fall in
Cope with your CLOY hangover in style.
Crash Landing On You may be over, but our obsession lives on! Seeing how our favorite (and hated) characters' lives have unfolded in 16 episodes made us feel that we exist in their world, too. Saturday and Sunday nights will never be
It's his shortest haircut since Midnight Runners!
Park Seo-Joon is back to feed our K-drama obsession with Itaewon Class (watch the trailer here!), which premiered on Netflix last February 1. In this series, he plays the ambitious ex-convict Park Sae-ro-yi—a role which required him to get his shortest haircut since
Yoon Se-ri can make anything look fashionable!
There's a small but particularly protective and telling moment in hit K-drama Crash Landing on You, the latest big Netflix show with an improbable premise of a South Korean heiress who paraglides all the way to the Demilitarized Zone in the midst
It's a K-drama-filled Valentine's month.
Get ready for a loved-up February as Netflix provides your "Netflix and chill" marathons this romance month with quite the selection of new Korean dramas. Plus, let's not forget that To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You is set for
Suddenly, we're excited for Valentine's month!
Park Seo-Joon’s finally returning to our screens for a swoon-worthy February with Netflix, and we can’t wait! After a year-and-a-half hiatus, Seo-Joon's making his TV comeback with Itaewon Class, where he's set to play the reckless yet ambitious Park Sae Roy, an
It's going to be called 'Sweet Home!'
South Korean actor Song Kang, who made us all swoon in Love Alarm, is ready to come back to the small screen with a K-drama called Sweet Home! It will be directed by Lee Eung Bok, who also worked on the popular
It ranked as the most buzz-worthy drama in Korea for a reason.
Confession: I was personally invested and really, really excited for Crash Landing on You. When I first heard that this was going to be written by Park Ji-eun, a.k.a. the same genius behind My Love from the Star (which happens to be
Including classic favorites like Full House and Boys Over Flowers!
It's never too late to get acquainted with today's current silver screen craze! Whether you're a newbie easing your way into the K-drama world or an OG simply looking to rewatch your all time favorite series, below are eight memorable and iconic