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Kim Soo Hyun fans, this is your moment!
"This is your daily reminder that everything’s gonna be OK—especially when you meet our new #GlobalBENCHSetter." This was the caption for a cryptic montage video posted on Instagram by Ben Chan, the founder of Bench, just this morning. For fans of Kim Soo Hyun, though, there
Looking for the perfect fridge for your retro kitchen?
Kitchens in K-dramas are always on point when it comes to their interior designs and color schemes. The biggest defining kitchen item, though, is their choice of modern refrigerators in all the colors you could possibly imagine. So, if you’re on a
Did you know that he's married to his first love from elementary school?
With over 90 movies and TV shows under his name, there’s no denying that Oh Jung Se is a versatile, well respected actor who knows his way around delivering impactful roles for every project he’s cast in. Recently, he garnered international recognition
Congratulations to our Moon Sang-tae!
Did you know she's also an honorary police officer?
Anyone who’s so much as dipped their toes in the world of K-drama most likely knows who Seo Ye Ji is. After being catapulted into global fame and subsequently turning into a fashion icon thanks to her portrayal of the stylish Ko
If you could choose, who would you vote for as Best Actor?
Remember when Park Seo Joon (Itaewon Class) and Hyun Bin (Crash Landing on You) went head-to-head last year as nominees for the 56th Baeksang Arts Awards' Best Actor category? There's no doubt that every K-drama fangirl alive had a hard time choosing
These dramas will keep you glued to your screens from start to finish.
Here's a fact: 2020 is a big year for Korean dramas. With everyone holed up at home due to the quarantine, the Hallyu fever has undoubtedly reached an all-time high, attracting both new and old fans alike to consume every K-drama content
Who was your favorite on-screen style icon this year?
The year had most of us staying indoors, making T-shirts and pambahay outfits our main fashion staples. If you’re worried that your fashion know-how is starting to get rusty, fret not! Instead, look back and live vicariously through the most fabulously dressed
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
Rhea Bue's take on Ko Mun-yeong's OOTDs is pretty spot on!
It’s no secret how obsessed we were still are with the K-drama It’s Okay to Not Be Okay. Of course, one of the things we absolutely love about it is its unconventional leading lady Ko Mun-yeong (played by Korean actress Seo Ye
Our jaws are STILL on the floor.
It's Okay Not to Be Okay star Seo Ye Ji didn't just win the Popularity Award at the 2020 Bu-il Film Awards. She won everyone over the red carpet, too, thanks to her sultry, all-black look that'll make anyone do a double-take.For the event, the K-drama actress
The IOTNBO star has definitely become a style icon in her own right.
It’s safe to say that the recently concluded Netflix K-drama It’s Okay to Not Be Okay has solidified Seo Ye Ji’s status as a style star. The actress’ beautiful and chic portrayal of Ko Mun-yeong is undeniably iconic and she became every
Heart Evangelista already posted some OOTDs that remind us of Ko Mun-yeong.
There are certain locations and settings commonly shown in K-dramas that have become easier to spot for fans. There’s most likely a scene in a café or a chicken restaurant, one in a park or a bamboo forest, and one in a department
"This drama started with my love story with a man who had a personality disorder."
It's Okay to Not Be Okay has, without a doubt, one of the most unique narratives we've ever come across in the small screen. The drama is laid out like a fairytale book with each episode acting as a chapter. The story
She gifted one to Gabbi Garcia and Kathryn Bernardo who are also fans of the K-drama!
A very telling sign that you’re a huge, huge fan of It’s Okay to Not Be Okay is if you own (or have already ordered) some themed merch from the show! Especially now that the drama's officially over, separation anxiety is real. Ria
Get the scoop behind your favorite K-drama stars' designer looks!
If you love fashion and K-dramas, then chances are you’re already following @kdrama_fashion on Instagram, a.k.a. the ultimate IG account to keep tabs on if you’re always heart-eyed over the jaw-dropping ‘fits worn by stylish Korean stars on their beloved dramas, including
Step into her amazing shoe closet here!
It’s been a week since everyone’s latest K-drama obsession, It’s Okay to Not Be Okay ended, and honestly, we still can’ get over it. Ko Mun-yeong (Seo Ye Ji) and Moon Gang-tae’s (Kim Soo Hyun) whirlwind romance was one hell of a
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
And all the clothes she featured are from the ukay-ukay!
Everyone’s newest fashion icon is undoubtedly Seo Ye Ji, who donned innumerable designer outfits as Ko Mun-yeong on the hit K-drama It’s Okay to Not Be Okay. Given the astronomical price points of her ensembles, however, copping her style was always just an
We’re so jealous!
If you’re a huge fan of the recently-concluded K-drama It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, well, welcome to the club! We’re totally enamored of the show’s brilliant storytelling, gorgeous animations, and exceptional cast top-billed by Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, and