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The Korean actress was decked out in Alexander McQueen and debuted a fresh chop!
Jun Ji Hyun's public appearances may be rare, but she sure knows how to make them count. Case in point: The Korean actress' attendance at the press conference for Netflix's Kingdom: Ashin of the North, which is slated to premiere this July 23.At
Expect a lot of thrilling titles coming your way next month.
Update your watch list with 10 more Netflix releases this July, including the highly anticipated Kingdom sidequel, Ashin of the North, and Piolo Pascual and Alessandra de Rossi’s upcoming drama film, My Amanda.Check out the full list of exciting new films and
Can you guess where they shot it?
Stumped for an interesting and eye-catching prenup idea? Why not spice things up by adding zombies into the mix. No, we’re not just pulling your leg. With K-drama-themed prenup shoots being the recent trend in the wedding world lately, such an odd
Bookmark these places for your post-pandemic revenge travel bucket list!
Have you ever come across a swanky landmark in the middle of binge-watching another Netflix Original and wondered: Are any of these places even real? Well, newsflash: A number of them actually are! From the streets of Japan, to a mansion in
The K-drama world has more than just "Kingdom" and "Train to Busan" if you love a good scare.
With several promising K-dramas on the way, the year 2021 is turning out to be an exciting one indeed. Among the list of highly anticipated shows include zombie thrillers with post-apocalyptic themes that have turned out to be quite the popular genre
FYI, some of the most successful titles on Netflix are led by these amazing women!
International Women's Month is here, and to celebrate, we're introducing the amazing women who call the shots on some of our favorite Netflix TV shows and movies. A certified list of successful female creatives, they're responsible for the inclusive and entertaining stories
Netflix is investing a whopping $500 million on original Korean content this year!
K-drama fans, buckle up because Netflix is beefing up their Korean content this year with even more films and TV shows to choose from. After the success of their original K-series, including Sweet Home, Extracurricular, and Kingdom, the streaming site is doubling their
We can't wait for this Hallyu queen's comeback!
You might recall how Season 2 of the Korean zombie drama Kingdom ended: with the ultimate cliffhanger featuring the shot of a new character played by Jun Ji Hyun. That said, we understand if you just can't wait for the third season,
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
Fans of the drama said he didn't look like a prince because he was "too dark."
Ju Ji Hoon, one of the most sought-after leading men in South Korea, was not always as popular as he is today. In fact, in a recent interview, the actor revealed that he used to get a lot of hate comments which
Can you guess how much the most expensive K-drama costs?
If it wasn’t already obvious, there’s a hefty price to pay for producing the high quality K-dramas that we love. That said, a few shows cost a lot more than most based on their setting and storylines, especially when it comes to
The two onscreen villains you love to hate are teaming up!
If you’re a fan of both A World of Married Couple and Itaewon Class, then you’re in for a treat. Netflix just confirmed that it will be releasing a new K-drama starring Han So Hee and Ahn Bo Hyun, who both played
The upcoming K-drama will be helmed by Kingdom's writer and Goblin's director.
If you loved Jun Ji Hyun’s brief but mysterious cameo in the finale episode of Kingdom Season 2, then you’re in for a treat. While she didn’t exactly share a scene with the zombie thriller drama’s lead actor Ju Ji Hoon in the aforementioned special
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
The actor is grateful to be part of Kim Eun-Hee's zombie masterpiece.
“I am not a prince,” Ju Ji-hoon says humbly. But the Kingdom star has come a long way since debuting in the hit K-drama Princess Hours back in 2006. (Did you know that he also played the role of a crown prince back
Here's how they manage to make it look so real.
Look out, SFX fans! Ever wonder how the zombies in the hit Netflix K-drama Kingdom are brought to life?Season two of Kingdom debuted on March 13 to rave reviews, and now, an upcoming third season is in talks. People can't seem to get enough
The actors are quite fond of each other after filming season 2.
Kingdom’s season two gave us quite a cliffhanger ending (yet again), and introduced us to new characters that will surely become instant favorites once the show returns on Netflix. Though we may now know who microbraided Jun Ji-Hyun is and what her
Screenwriter Kim Eun-hee dropped hints on what's going to happen next in the hit K-drama!
Look out, Kingdom fans! In a recent interview, screenwriter Kim Eun-hee discussed a possible third season for the Netflix original K-drama that has taken the world by storm. The 48-year-old Eun-hee, who also penned the critically-acclaimed drama Signal, has been working on Kingdom since 2011. “Season one told the
They were introduced in the second season to take on bigger roles!
If you haven’t watched the second season of Kingdom, a.k.a. Netflix’s zombie-slash-political K-drama, then this is your chance to look away now. (You were warned: Major spoilers ahead!!!) On the other hand, if you’re reading this because you’ve already finished all six
According to Kingdom screenwriter Kim Eun-Hee, working with Netflix is "liberating."
If you’ve been watching K-dramas since the first Hallyu wave back in the mid-2000s (we’re talking Full House, the Endless Love series, and the like!) then it’s safe to say that Netflix’s Joseon era zombie drama is refreshing. But screenwriter Kim Eun-Hee