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The luxury brand had its first-ever runway show in Korea with an incredibly star-studded guest list!
In case you missed it, French luxury fashion house Dior hosted a runway show in South Korea for the very first time last April 30—and it was jaw-droppingly star-studded! Highlighting the brand's Fall 2022 collection helmed by creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri, the
We’re not always ready to accept things that don’t go our way, but this drama shows us what we can do until we are.
It’s been almost a week since the finale of tvN’s Twenty-Five Twenty-One and people are still breaking apart the final episode, hoping to find leads on a next season. This clamor for anything but a final goodbye is shared even by BTS’
"Twenty-Five Twenty-One" is actually the pair's third project together.
K-drama fans, here’s your fun fact for today: Did you know that Twenty-Five Twenty-One is Nam Joo Hyuk and Kim Tae Ri’s third project together?Yep, the show’s lead stars had previously met years ago for not one, but two different commercials. But
Notice their chunky timepiece?
In case you haven't caught on yet, Twenty-Five, Twenty-One is the latest coming-of-age romantic K-drama that you need to watch right now! The series follows Baek Yi-jin (Nam Joo Hyuk) and Na Hee-do (Kim Tae Ri) as they meet at the age of 22 and
One of them's a K-pop idol!
There is no shortage of binge-worthy Korean dramas on Netflix, and one of the most talked about releases as of late has been Twenty-Five Twenty-One. It’s an interesting romance drama as it centers on the true-to-life event of South Korea's 1997 IMF
It's an important piece in the drama!
There's a new K-drama in town and it's something that will make you feel nostalgic!Twenty-Five, Twenty-One is a coming-of-age series set in 1998 and is about two individuals—Baek Yi-jin (Nam Joo Hyuk) and Na Hee-do (Kim Tae Ri)—whose first encounter was when
This Nam Joo Hyuk and Kim Tae Ri-led drama is currently streaming on Netflix, ICYDK.
Coming-of-age shows or movies always have an irresistible youthful charm to them, coupled with a sentimental storyline and an all-too-relatable ensemble cast. Netflix's latest K-drama offering, Twenty-Five Twenty-One, certainly ticks off all those boxes. Set during the end of the 20th century, the series chronicles five
He originally wanted to become a professional basketball player.
After scoring lead roles in internationally known shows such as Start-Up and Weightlifting Fairy Kim Book Joo, Nam Joo Hyuk has undeniably become a renowned talent who has charmed his way into the hearts of many.The model-turned-actor has proven himself to be
You can stream the K-drama on Netflix once it drops next month!
Nam Joo Hyuk’s finally returning to our TV screens next month! Two years after his hit series Start-Up, the actor is once again set to make our hearts swoon in a new romantic drama. Titled Twenty-Five Twenty-One, Joo Hyuk will be starring
You'll be surprised by some of them!
When you watch K-dramas, you're sometimes distracted by an actor's good looks, right? It's hard not to notice their attractive features and towering height, that you have probably wondered if they have ever walked on the runway. The answer: Some of them did!At
From the looks of it, they're definitely on #TeamDosan!
Whether you're on #TeamDoSan or #TeamGoodBoy, there's no question that the Netflix drama Start-Up has made an impact on us K-drama fans—not just for its main characters, but also for its relatable storyline about the struggles of chasing after our dreams. (We even
Because Son Ye Jin and Hyun Bin are finally engaged!
Nothing makes a K-drama better than the heart-fluttering chemistry between its two leads. We’re talking about a partnership so earnest and intimate you can almost imagine the actors dating and really getting along that well in real life. Now, while most on-screen
Because we miss them already!
It’s been a little over a month since the last episode of Start-Up, and quite frankly, we’re still not over it! The series was easily one of the most popular K-dramas of 2020, and it continues to be so until now if
We just can’t get enough of this outstanding set of talents!
It’s been days since Start-Up officially came to a close, and we know you already miss spending weekends with newly released episodes and its well-loved characters. The cast truly portrayed their personas so well, so much so that they got us invested
Attention, brides-to-be! Here's how you can channel your inner Seo Dal-mi when you walk down the aisle.
Regardless where your loyalty lies—whether you’re on Team Good Boy or Team Living Buddha—I think we can all agree that Start-Up is one of the best K-dramas of 2020. It had the internet torn between Nam Do-san (Nam Joo Hyuk) and Han
Have you seen the finale episode yet?
Start-Up had the nation divided: Team Good Boy versus Team Do San. But Han Ji-pyeong (Kim Seon Ho) fans (myself included) kind of knew in their hearts that Nam Do-san (Nam Joo Hyuk) will eventually get the girl. Now, the series has
There's more to this heartwarming series than romance.
There’s no denying that this year has seen a lot of spectacular K-dramas that have captivated the hearts of many. These shows have a way of reeling the viewers in with stories and characters that they can resonate with, and in that
FYI, they only have good things to say about each other!
At this point, we're only a couple of weeks away until Start-Up airs its final episode. And the collective K-drama-watching populace has been divided into two teams for as long as the series has been going on—you're either on #TeamGoodBoy or #TeamDoSan.
Looks like he didn't even need to borrow Han Ji Pyeong's fancy clothes!
In Start-Up, software engineer and aspiring CEO Nam Do-san (Nam Joo Hyuk) often has to borrow expensive clothes from Han Ji-pyeong (Kim Seon Ho) to impress the show’s leading lady, Seo Dal-mi (Bae Suzy). His struggling start-up, Samsan Tech, also scrambles to
Can you guess who took the top spot?
It's official! The Hallyu wave isn't just taking over our TV screens, but our Instagram feeds as well. And honestly, who can blame K-culture fanatics when a 16-episode series just isn't enough to fawn over our favorite Korean heartthrobs? That said, some