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They've all gained so much success in three short years!
2017 marked the year when Fight For My Way aired. It was a heart-tugging coming-of-age drama that centered around the lives of four best friends in their mid-20s: a former taekwondo champ with a traumatic past, a big dreamer whose lifelong goal
"Autism isn’t an illness, but something you’re born with."
Without a doubt, It’s Okay to Not Be Okay is one the best K-dramas we’ve seen this 2020. The show is down to its last few episodes, and we’re just waiting for the cast and crew to rake in all the awards this year,
Kim Go Eun almost didn't star in 'Cheese in the Trap'.
A K-drama's success can partly be attributed to the stars who bring the characters' roles to life. Have you ever wondered what your favorite dramas would have been like if they had a different set of cast members? Well, some of the
These spooktacular Korean dramas will keep you up at night.
If you're the type of thrill-seeking viewer who gets a kick out of watching gore, monsters, and malevolent spirits haunting humans, then we've got just the list for you. Even if you're not a K-drama enthusiast, if you're into horror, these spine-chilling
His fan is diagnosed with a mental health illness similar to his character on "It's Okay to Not Be Okay."
If you’ve been following TVN’s It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, then actor Oh Jung Se has probably already won you over with his heartwarming portrayal of Moon Sang-tae, a.k.a. Kim Soo Hyun’s autistic older brother on the show. It’s not just his
It will be helmed by the director of "Train to Busan" and will star Yoo Ah In.
Heads up, K-drama fans! Netflix has a new series in the works and from the looks of it, we might just get another thrilling supernatural drama a la Kingdom. This time though, instead of zombies, they’ve got fiery angels descending on earth!Titled
Hurry up and give him another acting award already!
Raise your hand if Moon Sang-tae is also one of your favorite characters on It’s Okay to Not Be Okay! The 43-year-old actor Oh Jung Se, who plays Kim Soo Hyun’s autistic older brother in the drama, has been making us cry
What a dream pairing!
Huge news: Two of our favorite top Korean stars, Ji Chang Wook and Kim Ji Won, could possibly star in a new K-drama together! According to Soompi, the management teams of both actors have each released a statement on the report. Kim
Gu Jun Pyo wasn't originally meant for Lee Min Ho.
Many of our favorite K-actors right now all had their breakout roles, but for some of them, it could have been a totally different story because the roles they end up slaying were actually originally offered to someone else. Could you imagine
We can't wait for her comeback!
We were absolutely thrilled to have seen Jun Ji Hyun in Kingdom’s season two finale! It’s been way too long since the top Hallyu actress’ last small screen appearance for Legend of the Blue Sea, which wrapped up in 2017. And needless
We want our very own Mang Tae!
Our new fave K-drama It's Okay To Not Be Okay tells the story of a selfless health worker named Gang Tae (Kim Soo Hyun) and a children's storybook writer with an antisocial personality disorder named Mun-yeong (Seo Ye Ji). Gang Tae lives
Such a talented and pretty little girl!
There’s honestly no other actress we can think of who could portray the role of Ko Mun-yeong in It’s Okay to Not Be Okay better than Seo Ye Ji. It’s as if the character was written with her in mind, and she
These actors were born with talent and hearts of gold.
While most of our favorite Korean actors earn millions from their projects, many have thankfully remained humble and down-to-earth over the years. Some of them have even taken to giving back by donating huge sums of money to aid the less fortunate
Can you handle the suspense?
Thirsty for some blood-pumping action? These thrilling crime dramas starring some of your favorite Korean actors will have you on the edge of your seat with every episode. Whether you're in the mood for pure suspense or an electrifying binge with a
If only we could all be so lucky!
Most of us could only dream of meeting our favorite K-drama stars in person, but for some lucky fangirls, that milestone has already become a reality. In fact, you might know a few of them as they themselves are celebrities in their
Mark your calendars!
Everyone, hold onto your seats because we’ve got breaking news for you: A World of Married Couple will finally be available on Netflix Philippines! (We’ll give you a moment to let that sink in.)Now, if you aren’t familiar with this K-drama yet,
He totally nailed them!
In 2017, Cosmopolitan Philippines had a fun little video featuring model Richard Juan dressing up as different K-drama leading men—from Lee Min Ho in Legend of the Blue Sea to Song Joong Ki in Descendants of the Sun. (You have to watch it,
The word successful is an understatement for this cast.
If you were already a K-drama fan in the early 2010s, then for sure you've come across the hit teen drama, Dream High. Premiering in 2011, the series revolved around a group of talented students at the fictional performance academy, Kirin Art
See if your fave K-drama actor made the list!
You've met K-drama actresses who have an impressive scholastic records, and now you're about to get to know K-drama actors who are also super smart! Below, we round up K-drama heartthrobs who will steal your hearts for their adorable looks, outstanding acting
Here's everything we know about it so far!
We've got a brand new K-drama on our radar and it's starring none other than Ji Soo and Im Soo Hyang! Ji Soo previously won us over in the Netflix Original series My First First Love (2019), while Im Soo Hyang warmed