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Plans, prices, type of content—we list it down.
Choices, choices, choices. Yeah, we don’t like making them either. The biggest decision we make on a daily basis is what to eat for lunch so figuring out which subscription deal is best—in terms of price and service—is a pretty big deal.
Including Kim Go Eun's "Yumi's Cells," which is exclusive to the streaming site.
A rising force in the streaming game, Asian-centric platform iQiyi is proving their worth by snatching up some of the most anticipated releases as of late, including a slew of up-and-coming, promising K-dramas. After My Roommate Is a Gumiho, they’re once again
Need more Korean movies to stream?
In case you need more Korean content in your life, streaming platform iQiyi has got you covered. While the site is best known for their original Chinese dramas, they also have quite the library of shows and movies that’s sure to satisfy
You can soon stream them all online, too!
No one does tooth-rotting, kilig-worthy romance better than Asians, and Korean drama fans can especially attest to that. That said, if you’ve exhausted all the K-dramas in your library that pass the genre, don’t stress about looking for more because you can
The Chinese drama recently aired its controversial pilot episode and the Filipinos are not smiling.
Watching dramas produced by fellow Asian countries—particularly South Korea, China, Japan, and Thailand—has been the favorite pastime of many Filipinos lately, especially since we've been on lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But in the most recent turn of events, an ongoing
Here's a list of where to watch legally if you're consuming K-content from the Philippines.
Whether you’ve just gotten into the addictive world of K-dramas or you’ve already binge-watched your way through the quarantine period, we’re sure you’re constantly on the hunt for new K-content to enjoy. That said, who wants to have to go through illegal
Whether you're married or still planning to say "I do," these relatable dramas are guaranteed to make you laugh and ugly-cry.
Marriage is definitely not a walk in the park. While weddings are usually the ideal “happy ending” to every love story, tying the knot is actually just the beginning of another chapter of the couple’s lives where new challenges and hurdles await
So many new K-dramas, so little time—but who’s complaining?! In fact, if you’re looking for a new binge that’s currently not available on either Netflix or Viu, we know just the app you need to download, stat. Fellow K-drama fans, meet iQIYI,