It’s been about a week since “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” aired its episode 16, but this K-drama is still topping the Netflix Philippines chart. We’re feeling a mix of emotions for the finale as well as the drama surrounding Kim Seon-ho. However, here are our thoughts about the last two episodes of this healing drama.
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Myla and Hannah are joined by “The Kuripot Traveller” a.k.a. Dave Guino to talk about their favorite scenes and characters, and what they will miss about “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha,” starring Shin Min-a and Kim Seon-ho.
“Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” episode 11 and episode 12 are filled with honey sweet scenes between our main couple, enough to give us a toothache. Hong Du-sik and Yoon Hye-jin try to hide their romance unsuccessfully. And while the two revel in their newfound love, there’s a brewing conflict as Hong Du-sik keeps Hye-jin in the dark about his secret past.
“Yumi’s Cells” is the latest webtoon turned drama that has been entertaining audiences worldwide. The K-drama adaptation, starring Kim Go-eun and Ahn Bo-hyun, is so much fun to watch even for those who have yet to read its popular webtoon. Here are five reasons to line-up “Yumi’s Cells” in your K-drama watch list if you haven’t seen it already.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve most likely heard about the Netflix thriller “Squid Game.” You’re probably already searching for the possibility of a season 2. It’s inevitable as the ending of the series leaves it open for a sequel. But since Netflix has yet to green light another season, let me share with you my thoughts about this series and why I think it might have a follow-up.
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‘Lovers of the Red Sky’: 5 Reasons Why You Should Watch This K-Drama Starring Kim Yoo-jung and Ahn Hyo-seop
Here are five reasons why you should watch “Lovers of the Red Sky,” the latest K-drama starring Kim Yoo-jung and Ahn Hyo-seop.
Nam Da-reum is back with a new drama, and this time, the young actor is building up his status as the next swoon-worthy male lead.
“D.P.” is the latest Netflix Original that has gotten a lot of buzz for its controversial theme. The drama, starring Jung Hae-in, Koo Kyo-hwan, and Kim Sung-kyun, tells the story of a unit in the Korean military police that goes after “deserters.” With just six full-packed episodes, here’s why we think “D.P.” deserves a second season.
Viu announces that the highly anticipated Korean crime-thriller drama “One Ordinary Day” will be exclusively available on its platform.
K-DRAMAS WE’RE CURRENTLY WATCHING
This romantic comedy starring Kim Seon-ho and Shin Min-a has good vibes written all over it. Aside from the “Dimple Couple,” the star of this K-drama is the seaside village of Gongjin and its quirky townsfolk.
The 99ers are back! We’ve waited more than a year to follow through the lives of Lee Ik-jun, Ahn Jeong-won, Kim Jun-wan, Yang Seok-hyeong, Chae Song-hwa, and the rest of the doctors and patients at Yulje Hospital. The new episodes are as funny and heartwarming as the phenomenal first season.
The mandatory military service in South Korea may not be your typical K-drama theme, but this makes “D.P.” a truly interesting watch. This K-drama boldly tackles bullying, violence, and everything that’s innately wrong with toxic masculinity.
High school life could be difficult enough, but imagine having to deal with a demon wreaking havoc at your school. This high school fantasy drama starring former child actors Nam Da-reum and Kim Sae-ron is a light, fun watch.
Romance and fantasy are a surefire combination for a K-drama hit. Popular stars Park Bo-young and Seo In-guk star in this fantasy drama about a woman who has 100 days to live and her unexpected romance with Myul Mang, a messenger between gods and humans. If you liked the 2016 K-drama “Goblin,” then you might want to include this in your watch list.
Last year, K-dramas took us to new adventures — from North Korea to the fictional world of startups — without leaving the safety and comfort of our homes. Here’s the first part of our list of the best K-dramas 2020 had to offer.
2020 will go down in history as a year of tragedies, joblessness, and uncertainty. Lockdowns would have been more unbearable without the comfort of a K-drama marathon. Here’s the second part of our best K-dramas of 2020 list.
You’re bound to meet unexpected situations in life. Even if you use an umbrella, you’ll end up getting drenched. Just put your hands up and welcome the rain.Hong Du-sik