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From bonds born out of starring together in dramas to adorable friendships between actors and idols.
Aside from onscreen chemistry and bonds, fans love to see Korean celebs interact with one another IRL. While friendships between celebrities aren't an unfamiliar concept, there are a handful of celebrity connections that fans would be surprised to know of. From bonds born out
The versatile actor may again be taking a romantic role!
Our OG K-drama oppa Lee Dong Wook and Chicago Typewriter actress Im Soo Jung have both received offers for the new film Single In Seoul, according to Soompi.The report was confirmed by a representative the stars’ agency, King Kong by Starship, who
Can you guess who took the top spot?
It's official! The Hallyu wave isn't just taking over our TV screens, but our Instagram feeds as well. And honestly, who can blame K-culture fanatics when a 20 episode series just isn't enough to fawn over our favorite Korean heartthrobs. That said,
Here's everything you need to know so far!
We never expected to need a Lee Dong Wook + Kim Bum TV series this bad—until now! Who could forget Kim Bum's breakout role in Boys Over Flowers (2009) or Lee Dong Wook's characters in Goblin (2016) and Touch Your Heart (2019)? Seeing them together in one screen is bound to be amazing. Here are four
These screenwriters created the OG K-drama "My Girl."
If you've been a K-drama fan for several years now, you're bound to be familiar with the awesome Hong sisters, screenwriters Hong Jung Eun and Hong Mi Ran. They've created so many delightful and cry-worthy rom-coms together, and they're not stopping anytime
Love the concept of time travel, alternate universe, and supernatural abilities?
We can’t believe we’re saying this, but all good things must come to an end—including The King: Eternal Monarch, a.k.a. Netflix’s mind-boggling K-drama that kept us on the edge of our seats as we wondered what would happen next. While we’ll definitely
P.S. His breakout role in 'My Girl' is worth rewatching!
Even when he’s not filming a drama, the inscrutable-leading-man look just comes naturally for Lee Dong Wook—with his brooding eyes, a killer jawline, and the long, floppy hair he’s been sporting as of late. His upcoming drama Tale of a Gumiho is set to air later
They WILL convince you to shop!
There's no denying that South Korea is always ahead of the game when it comes to beauty innovations. From their unique ingredients down to their trendy approach to makeup and skincare, it's no surprise that the entire world now constantly looks to
You might've heard of some of these products before!
Aside from giving us butterflies, our K-drama oppas have also taught us to get a guy who knows how important skincare is. We love how these handsome actors take care of their dewy, poreless skin. Want to know the beauty brands they
It's already scheduled to air in September!
Lee Dong Wook is not one to shy away from unconventional roles. Remember when he played a grim reaper in the hit fantasy K-drama Goblin and a villainous dentist in Strangers from Hell? Well, for his next project, the 38-year-old actor is
"I've never thought something like, 'This result is my own.'"
In the latest issue of W Korea, Lee Dong Wook gave quite an honest interview which tackled the highs and lows of his decades-long career. According to Soompi, the 38-year-old South Korean actor, who's currently filming his latest drama The Tale of Gumiho, spoke about the challenges
It's the perfect time to redecorate!
There's no better time than now when it comes to redecorating or reorganizing your bedroom. After all, as we navigate into our new normal, working from home is clearly in the cards. So why not design your personal space into a conducive
For this horror K-drama, the actor shed his leading man image to become the Lee Dong Wook you've never seen before.
Korean actor Lee Dong Wook is undeniably leading man material. Having debuted in the charming rom-com hit My Girl back in 2005, his career hit another high when he starred in Goblin (2016) and the lighthearted romance Touch Your Heart. But if
Aww! Her "Goblin" co-stars are sending their support for her new K-drama "The King: Eternal Monarch."
It's been over three years since Goblin wrapped up filming, but it seems that its cast is as close and supportive as ever. Last May 5, South Korea celebrated the national holiday, Children's Day, and to commemorate the occasion, Gong Yoo and
How many of your fave actors/actresses made it to the list?
As more people immerse themselves in the K-drama universe, it doesn’t come as a surprise that the popular actors and actresses that star in them have a massive following on Instagram. KStarLive recently released a list of the most followed K-drama stars
Are you excited to see Lee Min-Ho again?
There's a new K-drama is in sight! And it’s not just any other drama because it involves a major comeback for one of South Korea’s famous leading men. Lee Min-Ho returns to the small screen in The King: Eternal Monarch, written by Kim Eun-Sook who
She was definitely ready to share a stage with him!
Goblin star Lee Dong Wook was in Manila last weekend for the #LoveKOrea Culture and Travel Fiesta. His Filipino fans flocked to the venue to catch a glimpse of the Korean actor, but perhaps the luckiest out of everyone was the honorary
And Korean actor Lee Dong Wook is the campaign's handsome face!
For the first time in the brand's history, Chanel is dropping Boy de Chanel, a makeup line created for men. The three-piece collection, consisting of an eyebrow pencil, sheer foundation, and a matte lip balm, will debut in South Korea on September 1! Actor Lee
Follow these Korean heartthrobs for some major sartorial inspo!
You already know how obsessed we are with our favorite K-drama actresses and their killer styles—think Jun Ji Hyun, Song Hye Kyo, and Shin Min Ah, just to name a few. But as much as they make our hearts flutter with every
Dress him up as Kim Shin for V-Day.
If fashion is one of the things that draw you in when it comes to watching a TV series, then don't think twice and stream the K-Drama Goblin, which stars Train to Busan's Gong Yoo as Kim Shin, an immortal Korean deity (aka