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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 16-episode series just isn't enough to fawn over our favorite Korean heartthrobs? That said, some
Kim Bum just posted the cutest photos to thank his hyung.
It’s been 11 whole years since Boys Over Flowers aired, and it’s safe to say that the bromance among Shinhwa High’s F4 is still positively thriving. Case in point: Kim Bum and Lee Min Ho's precious friendship that remains to be alive and
Which one's your favorite?
If you’re at all familiar with the K-drama industry, then Lee Min Ho needs no introduction. The Hallyu superstar’s impressive repertoire boasts of many successful dramas that have contributed to his massive popularity not only in South Korea, not only in the
The Korean superstar even shot a commercial for the e-commerce platform!
K-drama fans, stop whatever it is you’re doing: Lazada just announced its newest endorser—and it’s none other than Korean superstar Lee Min Ho! The actor himself took to his official Instagram account to make the big announcement.TOP STORY: Why Are We Still Talking
The acting world almost missed out on these multi-talented gems.
Our dreams tend to change and evolve while growing up, and it’s no different for our favorite Korean actors and actresses as well. Before these now famous celebs got bitten by the acting bug, their original career goals were completely different and,
Most of them are still super popular today!
If you're an OG fan, then you might remember those days when you were glued to the television waiting for your “Tagalized” Koreanovela to come on, and we’re pretty sure you remember the actresses and actors that got you so addicted to
We love these multi-talented personalities.
Ever wonder which of your favorite K-Drama actors have done double-duty on their own shows? We got you covered. Below, we list down 10 hallyu kings and queens who've demonstrated their versaility not just onscreen, but in the recording studio as well.Kim
Despite being away from the limelight for too long, their fans welcomed them with open arms!
Military service is mandatory for South Korean male citizens, so it's pretty common for actors—even the most popular ones—to enlist in the middle of their shining careers and put their stardom on pause. Making a comeback after getting discharged, however, could be
Talent isn't really about age!
In the world of K-drama, we've got seasoned actors that can make anyone's heart flutter even when they're over the age of 30. Consequently, we also have rookie stars who have proven their talent by bagging lead roles at young ages. Some
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
In case you're curious.
It's always an honor to be recognized for your talent and hard work, and the same can be said for your favorite K-drama actors. The competition is tough, especially because they're all commendable in their own different ways. And it's hard to
These Hallyu heartthrobs receive a jawdopping paycheck per episode of your fave K-dramas.
The Hallyu wave is real. With the K-drama culture experiencing explosive popularity not only in Asia but around the world, it’s only fair that their actors and actresses—who have unimaginable fan bases both locally and internationally—are paid a jawdropping sum for every
Can you imagine him and Lee Min Ho in the same K-drama?
Kim Soo Hyun is no doubt one of South Korea’s most popular actors today, starring in high-rating K-dramas such as Dream High (2011), The Moon Embracing the Sun (2012), My Love from the Star (2013), and currently, Netflix’s It’s Okay to Not
We can't believe it's been 11 years since the drama aired.
It's a truth known among longtime Hallyu lovers that the lives of Pinoys changed forever in the year 2009 when Boys Over Flowers aired on ABS-CBN. The drama, which is the South Korean version of the hit 2001 Taiwanese series Meteor Garden, filled viewers with kilig and excitement
Detective Tae Eul needs no fashion police because her style is always on point!
We’re still reeling from the finale of “The King: Eternal Monarch,” but aside from the weight of the story’s conclusion (what did you think of it?), we’re still not over all the fashionable outfits we were treated to over the course of
Can't commit to hour long K-Dramas?
Want to know what the K-Drama hype is all about but can't commit an hour long series? How about trying your hand at Korean web dramas instead? With plotlines just as compelling as your usual Korean shows, these online shorts won't take
Obsessed with Lee Min Ho's fantasy drama? Add these places to your bucket list.
The King: Eternal Monarch may be coming to an end this week but our love for the epic Lee Min Ho drama marches on. If, like us, you just can't get enough of Emperor Lee Gon and Jung Tae Eul's love story,
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
It definitely caught our attention!
It’s not new for K-drama fans to have an urge to find out where our favorite dramas were filmed. In fact, we make it our goal to be able to visit the filming sites and snap a photo similar to the iconic
She went to the Kingdom of Corea!
The King: Eternal Monarch is airing its last episode on Friday, June 12, which gives us a few more days to brace ourselves for the possibility of a heartbreaking finale. And while there's always a feeling of loss when a K-drama ends—especially