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Lee Seung Gi Is Back for Another Netflix Show and Here's Why We're Excited

He is joined by Taiwanese celebrity, Jasper Liu, who looks just like him!
On the heels of action-packed Vagabond’s success, multi-talented Korean celebrity Lee Seung Gi follows up with a show strikingly different and more in line with his other strong suits. The 33-year-old actor/singer/host is back with a reality show streaming on Netflix.Called Twogether,
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Here's What Lee Seung Gi Has to Say About All His Previous K-Drama Roles

Remember when he starred alongside Suzy Bae in "Gu Family Book" and "Vagabond"?
If you’re a fan of Lee Seung Gi, then you’ve probably missed his screen presence since he starred in the action drama, Vagabond or the fantasy drama A Korean Odyssey. Well, the 33-year-old Korean actor recently treated his fans with a little
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All the New Netflix Releases We're Excited to Watch This July 2020

You can finally watch "Little Women" on your laptop screens!
Set in the 1860s, determined budding writer Jo March looks back at the tough yet tender years spent with her three sisters—Meg, Beth, and Amy—as all four siblings fight to live their lives on their own terms in a world that favors
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6 Spine-Chilling Horror Thrillers Coming to Netflix This July

Are you ready for "The Grudge" TV series?
Getting tired of rom-coms? Change up the pace and infuse a bit of thrill to your night with these spooky horror movies and TV series coming to Netflix next month!ICYMI, iconic Japanese horror franchise Ju-On, better known as The Grudge, is coming out
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8 Disturbing Documentaries You Should Watch On Netflix

Warning: These might keep you up at night.
If you want to take a break from binge-watching your usual series and K-dramas on Netflix, we recommend turning to documentaries that will keep you at the edge of your seats. Netflix has a myriad of optionss, ranging from heartwarming to down-right
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This Inspirational Advice from Queer Eye's Fab 5 Will Boost Your Mood

Yup, we got to talk to the cast themselves!
This month of June is an event-filled one. We’re not only marking the fourth month since quarantine began, but we are also celebrating many important things.There’s Independence Day, which was met with arduous expression online last June 12 due to numerous political
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Netflix Series "Money Heist" Might Be Getting a Korean Remake

Can you imagine this show as a K-drama?
La Casa De Papel fans, hold on to your hats! The popular Netflix series Money Heist is reportedly in talks to get a Korean remake, according to The Straits Times. This news follows the incredible success that the Spanish drama has garnered across
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10 New LGBTQ+ Shows You Can Stream Online

From binge-watch worthy TV series to feel-good films.
In the past few years, positive LGBTQ+ representation has been given some space in mainstream media. We've seen diverse portrayals in TV shows like Orange Is the New Black and The L Word: Generation Q, witnessed the rise of documentaries that give
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10 Fantasy K-Dramas to Watch Next If You Loved “The King: Eternal Monarch”

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
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7 Must-Watch K-Dramas and Movies Starring Park Seo Joon

Can't get enough of this Hallyu heartthrob?
Though he may not have taken home the Best Actor Award at the recently-concluded 56th Baeksang Arts Awards, Park Seo Joon most definitely still owns our hearts. The 31-year-old actor has come a long way from his short supporting stints in dramas
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Who Is Kim Soo Hyun's Fashionable Leading Lady in "It's Okay to Not Be Okay"?

Get to know Seo Ye Ji, who plays the “extremely selfish, arrogant, and rude” female lead in the much-awaited K-drama.
Kim Soo Hyun’s much-awaited K-drama comeback, It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, is almost here—and honestly, June 20 couldn’t come soon enough! We’re calling it: Netflix’s upcoming series, which is described to be a “healing romance that resembles a storybook fantasy,” will
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Park Bo Gum and Park So Dam's Fashionable New K-Drama Is Coming to Netflix

Here's what we know about "Record of Youth" so far.
PSA: Netflix has officially announced that it will be streaming tvN's upcoming drama Record of Youth, and we are ecstatic! Alternatively titled The Moment, the fashionable series, starring Park Bo Gum and Park So Dam, will reportedly follow three young characters trying
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These Five Filipino Films Are Coming Out on Netflix in June

These are no ordinary Filipino movies.
Five Filipino films will premiere on Netflix in June in celebration of Philippine Independence Day. The five films are Lola Igna, Pamilya Ordinaryo (Ordinary People), Pinoy Sunday, Sunod, and Untrue.Notable are Lola Igna and Pamilya Ordinaryo, which are critically acclaimed films that