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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,
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
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
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
The jaw-dropping scenes will put you on the edge of your seat!
With the global success of its premiere season, Netflix’s zombie-meets-Joseon-era K-drama Kingdom has quite the reputation to live up to. And luckily, its second season might even be better than the first.Season two starts off where the finale episode left us: zombies
He's proof that boys can wear pastel and look good in it!
Prince Lee Chang of Netflix’s hit zombie K-drama Kingdom is undoubtedly stylish off screen, and we’re loving his unexpected sartorial choices. During yesterday’s press conference in South Korea for the series' much-awaited second season, Ju Ji-Hoon opted for a suit in candy-colored pastel hues that made him