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15 OG K-Drama Leading Men and Where They Are Now

Who was your 2000s K-Drama crush?
Picture this: The year is 2009, Boys Over Flowers just came out and you find yourself swooning over Gu Jun-pyo’s curly locks and bad boy attitude. You, and the rest of the country, become immensely invested in the Hallyu Wave and the
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10 K-Drama Stars Who Are Fluent in Another Language

From English to Mandarin to German!
Did you know that some of your favorite South Korean actors and actresses actually speak more than one language? While Korean might be their mother tongue, these K-drama stars can speak two or more languages as a result of either living in
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Did You Know? Anne Curtis Was 5 Months Pregnant When She Met Gong Yoo

I witnessed their meeting in Seoul. Let me tell you how it happened!
It was a chilly November when I first met Anne Curtis in person—we were at a brunch buffet at the posh Shilla Hotel in Seoul. We were both flown in by Louis Vuitton for the luxury house's flagship store opening and presentation
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The Cast Members of "Coffee Prince" Are Reuniting for a Special Documentary

13 years later, the beloved characters are coming back to their iconic filming locations.
If you’re an OG K-drama fan (a.k.a. you were already a fan back when they were still referred to as Koreanovelas), then it’s almost impossible for you to not have seen Coffee Prince starring Gong Yoo and Yoon Eun Hye back in
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10 OG K-Drama Actors and Where They Are Now

Most of them are still super popular today!
If you're an OG fan, then you might remember those days when you were glued to the television waiting for your “Tagalized” Koreanovela to come on, and we’re pretty sure you remember the actresses and actors that got you so addicted to
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7 Korean Celeb Friendships You Probably Didn't Know About

From bonds born out of starring together in dramas to adorable friendships between actors and idols.
Aside from onscreen chemistry and bonds, fans love to see Korean celebs interact with one another IRL. While friendships between celebrities aren't an unfamiliar concept, there are a handful of celebrity connections that fans would be surprised to know of. From bonds born out
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10 Fantasy K-Dramas to Watch Next If You Loved “The King: Eternal Monarch”

Love the concept of time travel, alternate universe, and supernatural abilities?
We can’t believe we’re saying this, but all good things must come to an end—including The King: Eternal Monarch, a.k.a. Netflix’s mind-boggling K-drama that kept us on the edge of our seats as we wondered what would happen next. While we’ll definitely
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7 K-Drama Actors and the Products They Use for Glowing Skin

You might've heard of some of these products before!
Aside from giving us butterflies, our K-drama oppas have also taught us to get a guy who knows how important skincare is. We love how these handsome actors take care of their dewy, poreless skin. Want to know the beauty brands they
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Lee Dong Wook on Goblin's Success: "It Was Gong Yoo's Drama"

"I've never thought something like, 'This result is my own.'"
In the latest issue of W Korea, Lee Dong Wook gave quite an honest interview which tackled the highs and lows of his decades-long career. According to Soompi, the 38-year-old South Korean actor, who's currently filming his latest drama The Tale of Gumiho, spoke about the challenges
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Gong Yoo and Lee Dong Wook Sent a Coffee Truck to Kim Go Eun's Filming Location

Aww! Her "Goblin" co-stars are sending their support for her new K-drama "The King: Eternal Monarch."
It's been over three years since Goblin wrapped up filming, but it seems that its cast is as close and supportive as ever. Last May 5, South Korea celebrated the national holiday, Children's Day, and to commemorate the occasion, Gong Yoo and
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5 Reasons Why You Should Watch "Kim Ji Young, Born 1982"

It stars Gong Yoo and Jung Yu Mi.
Korean cinema has a way of challenging societal norms. It is further apparent in Kim Ji Young, Born 1982—a feature film debut of female director Kim Do Yeong—which is now streaming on Viu Premium. The film is based on the 2016 best-selling novel