Lee Yoo-Ri, Yeon Jung-Hoon and the cast talk about the challenges of filming due to Covid-19, favourite episodes and more.
The actor is set to play her romantic interest in the TV show.
All treats no tricks for the month of October!
You won’t be able to help but ship these stars… HARD.
The South Korean actor discusses the evolution of his mindset over a decade-long career and why great acting is never a solo undertaking.
Get your first look of this star-studded K-drama, premiering in October.
The Silent Sea is already drumming up hype with this star-studded cast.
Our top picks of upcoming K-dramas to fill the void It’s Okay To Not Be Okay left.
The show is set to premiere on 7 September on Netflix.
The show is a Netflix original, directed by acclaimed ‘Train to Busan’ director, Yeon Sang-Ho.
This August, we have rounded up some of the promising shows to binge on on Netflix and BBC.
The TV show is off to a rough start.
Truly a testament to the popularity of this amazing 2019 Korean drama.
Catch a rare glimpse into her life.
And this Saturday, the wait is finally over.
Looks like this is Jihyo’s year!
How is it JUNE already?
The film has hopped on the zombie train to busan!
This light-hearted story premieres tonight!
Two decades on from the pivotal TV role that launched her career, Song Hye Kyo is unstoppable!
Have you seen a more visually arresting couple?
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Introducing our May issue!
The series that stars Lee Min-Ho and Kim Go-Eun is off to a solid start.
Finally, a K-drama thriller to get us through the extended Circuit Breaker.
2020 might be a little better with Park Bo-Gum back in our TV screens.
This will be the actor’s first K-drama since the end of his military service.