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Most of it is actually CGI!
WARNING: *Major* spoilers ahead for It's Okay To Not Be Okay! Don't read if you haven't seen the latest episodes yet.In the latest episodes of It's Okay To Not Be Okay, we were able to see the mansion Mun Yeong grew up ...
 
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The more you know.
K-dramas and even Korean variety shows have been steadily gaining popularity over the years. Their unique concepts have been admired internationally to the point that other countries have made their own local adaptations of Korean shows. Below, we list down five TV ...
 
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How many of these have you seen?
We’re about to wrap up the first half of 2020—I know, right—so we thought we’d look back on some of the *best* K-dramas we’ve seen during the first six months of the year so far. We listed down, in no particular order, ...
 
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She's *that* mom in *that* K-drama.
In every K-drama, it’s impossible not to have at least one mom as a character. If you’ve made your rounds in the K-drama world, you’ll notice that many of the popular shows feature one particular actress as the lead’s mother—none other than ...
 
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These dramas may not be as widely popular, but they'll get you hooked for sure!
Looking for a new K-drama rom-com to binge-watch? If you've already gone through the ones that enjoyed mainstream success, then you might want to give this list a try! These dramas may not be widely popular, but that doesn't mean they won't ...
 
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Have you seen any of these shows?
In a study by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) called Society at a Glance 2019: A Spotlight on LGBT People, the group revealed that Korea continues to severely lag behind when it comes to accepting the queer community as ...
 
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It's got Kim Eun Sook written all over it!
WARNING: *Major* spoilers ahead for Episodes 15 of The King: Eternal Monarch! Don't read if you haven't seen the latest episode yet!The King: Eternal Monarch aired its penultimate episode on Saturday night, and suffice it to say my feelings are still all ...
 
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Can we make these pairings happen, please?
When we’re not busy shipping ourselves with our favorite K-drama actors (Aminin!), we’re probably busy feeling kilig over their chemistry with their on-screen partners. Lots of K-dramas have given us lovable tandems, but we can’t deny that we’ve wondered what it’d be ...
 
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She's got range.
Majority of our favorite K-dramas almost always has an ahjumma (something like a Korean version of your titas of Manila). Aside from the main characters, these roles add more appeal to the story and keeps viewers coming back for more. If you’ve ...
Kaye Ignacio Jun 5, 2020
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She's not only an actor and model, but a singer as well!
Jung Eun Chae got her biggest break this year in the epic fantasy-slash-sci-fi drama The King: Eternal Monarch where she plays the elegant and ultra-ambitious Prime Minister Gu Seo Ryeong.Even if she's been in the Korean entertainment industry for years, not much ...
 
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Warning: Minor spoilers ahead.
If you are still keeping up with The King: Eternal Monarch on Netflix and are reading this, how did you even survive Lee Min Ho and Kim Go Eun’s undeniable chemistry?! Seriously though, all the little kilig moments between Lee Gon and ...
 
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Spoilers: There's plenty of IU and Lee Min Ho.
Binge-watching K-dramas is not an easy feat. Most K-dramas will require you to sit for at least one hour per episode. Not to mention, you’ll also need enough time to digest all the dialogue, the feels, and the plot. But it’s all ...
Alexa Trillana Mar 19, 2020

With the month long suspension, I see most people tweeting and posting on their stories for suggestions on what to do and since we are promoting the act of staying home as much as possible as it could be the best preventive measure, I figured I should share my top 5 favourite kdramas to watch that I honestly think are a bit underrated so here they are:

Reply 1988 - This 20 episode cheesy, family drama will give you nostalgic vibes while also making you laugh and cry at the same time. It’s definitely my top one that I find myself recommending it to all of my friends and basically ANYONE; it’s just really worth the watch! - Starring Hyeri, Ryoo Joon-Yeol, Ko Gyung-Pyo, Park Bo-Gum and Lee Dong-Hwi

Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo - Now this drama is everything I could ever ask a period drama to be. The plot, the cast (especially the princes) and the OST were exceptional that just hearing a single song from it gets to me up to this point. And yes, I am also still waiting for a season 2 like the rest of the world. - Starring Lee Joon-Gi, IU, Kang Ha-Neul, Hong Jong-Hyun, Nam Joo-Hyuk, Baekhyun, Ji Soo, and Yoon Sun-Woo

Cheese in the trap - I believe this is one of the most intriguing and interesting kdramas out there considering the male lead involved and how one would witness the development of each character. It was full of thought-provoking moments yet also cute fluffy romance partnered up with indie flavoured OST that I just really enjoyed. But just a warning if you do watch this: you might feel an intense second male lead syndrome!! - Starring Park Hae-Jin, Kim Go-Eun, Seo Kang-Joon, Lee Sung-Kyung, Nam Joo-Hyuk and Park Min-Ji

Who Are You: School 2015 - Does the name Nam Joo-hyuk ring a bell? How about Yook Sungjae? And also the lovely Kim So-hyun? Need I say more? I think those are enough reasons to get you to watch this drama, but if you are looking for a sweet high school romance combined with an amazing mysterious plot and phenomenal acting then this kdrama is the best choice. - Starring Kim So-Hyun, Nam Joo-Hyuk, Yook Sungjae, Lee Pil-Mo and David Lee

Cheer Up! (Sassy Go Go) - Initially one might think that this kdrama is just your typical high school drama set in a competitive school but it will truly win over your heart with its lighthearted romance, great chemistry between the characters, witty and funny lines while perfectly capturing the enthusiasm of the youth that you’d really find yourself cheering for each character. - Starring Jung Eun-Ji, Lee Won-Geun, Chae Soo-Bin, Cha Hak-Yeon and Ji Soo

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