“The Sound of Magic” episodes are spewing relatable lines, making it more realistic than any fantasy musical. Here are our favorite quotes.
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“Juvenile Justice,” starring Kim Hye-soo, Kim Mu-yeol, Lee Sung-min, and Lee Jung-eun, is a K-drama that scrutinizes the juvenile justice system in Korea. But more than just the courtroom drama, this series is about redemption, second chances, and how it takes a village to raise a child.
Collective memory is such a powerful tool and “Twenty-Five, Twenty-One” banks on that as well. Mixed with heartfelt dialogue, on point visuals and acting, this drama is off to a great start.
Hallyu superstars Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin have finally announced the news all Binjin fans are hoping for — they’re getting married!
SHOWS & MOVIES
“The Broken Marriage Vow” starring Jodi Sta. Maria, Zanjoe Marudo, and Sue Ramirez among many others, promises to deliver a unique retelling of the popular BBC series “Doctor Foster.”
“Forecasting Love and Weather” actor Song Kang invites his fans to a virtual live fanmeet to be hosted by Netflix on March 4, 2021.
To help us look ahead on our new journeys with hope and optimism, Viu Philippines, This Side Up and Flip Music released the complete official soundtrack of its first Viu Original, “Still.”
K-DRAMAS WE’RE CURRENTLY WATCHING
90s kids will love this drama, starring Kim Tae-ri and Nam Joo-hyuk, about two people who push each other to reach their dreams. It’s a story of hope amidst adversity, a true healing drama we all need right now.
Park Min-young and Song Kang are two people who share the same love for weather and office romance. After being burned by love, both are determined not to make the same mistakes again, even if it means dating covertly.
A blind date with your hot CEO boss may not be as romantic as it seems, especially if you’re pretending to be another person. Ahn Hyo-seop and Kim Se-jong star in this drama adaptation of a popular webtoon.
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.
Those losses were blocks to build yourself stairs leading up. Think about it. Now you’ve got the highest staircase..Back Yi-jin