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Join Myla and Hannah as they discuss Park Eun-bin’s heartwarming K-drama “Castaway Diva” Anyone who is — or who has ever been — a loyal fan will love this Korean series on Netflix. It tells the story of a girl who wants to be a K-pop idol but got into an accident and was stranded on a deserted island for 15 years. With Park Eun-bin in this drama are Kim Hyo-jin, Chae Jong-hyeop, and N of VIXX.
South Korean actor Park Hyung-sik will hold a major fan conference in Manila in 2024, according to his management agency P&Studio.
Viu Original ‘Moon in the Day’ Stars Kim Young-dae, Pyo Ye-jin Dish Their Views on Destiny and What They Love About the Philippines
Viu Original “Moon in the Day” stars Kim Young-dae, Pyo Ye-jin talk about their latest drama, their views on love and destiny and their past visits in the Philippines.
“The Killing Vote” on Prime Video is an apt representation of today’s “cancel culture,” where justice is left in the hands of viral videos and controversial posts.
SHOWS & MOVIES
Doh Kyung-soo, also known as D.O. of the boyband EXO, will appear in the new reality show “GBRB: Reap What You Sow,” coming this October 18 on tvN Asia.
Korean superstar Park Seo-joon arrived in the Philippines last night, according to Wilbros Live, the promoter of his Manila fan meeting.
Meeting Kim Bum’s smiling eyes once again made me think back to those days when we just started our blog. We have come full circle.
K-DRAMAS WE’RE CURRENTLY WATCHING
Welcome to Daeho, a fictional country where mages, nobles, and royals rule. The world of magic will certainly give you the Hogwarts feels while the conflicting houses will sort of remind you of a tame Game of Thrones. Join Mudeok/Naksu, Jang Uk, Seo Yul, Park Dang-gu, and Prince Go Won as they navigate their twisted fates due to the alchemy or switching of souls.
In his first K-drama since his military discharge, Lee Jong-suk takes on the challenging role of a lawyer who’s accused of being the notorious con-artist called Big Mouse. While trying to prove his innocence, Park Chan-ho is forced to embody Big Mouse in order to survive. Meanwhile, Im Yoona plays his wife who bravely tries to solve the case behind her husband’s incarceration.
Joining the list of healing dramas this year is this heartwarming story starring Ji Chang-wook. Yoon Gyeo-ree is an ex-convict who ends up doing community service at a hospice. He joins Team Genie, a group of volunteers who grant the last wishes of patients nearing their death. Aside from the heart wrenching stories of the patients, it’s interesting to see Gyeo-ree’s transformation from the grouchy wounded person of his past.
Kim Se-jeong is back with another quirky and fun character as On Ma-eum, a former judo athlete turned webtoon producer. If you’re a fan of webtoons, you will definitely enjoy this drama, which tackles the lives of the people behind them. It’s an office drama that reminds us of how important it is to have true passion for our work.
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.