14 Disco-Themed Songs That Channel Your Inner Groove

K-pop has experimented with many musical genres, which differentiates it from mainstream pop. Naturally, disco music was bound to find its way into our favorite artists’ releases, and it continues to do so to this day. Here is a compilation of disco-infused songs throughout the years that will make you want to boogie down! 1. Dal Continue Reading

Into The “I-LAND”: A Review Of Episode 11 Highlights

I know what you’re thinking. Huh? A single-week review instead of the usual bi-weekly ones? Well, we’re just too pumped about the looming finale (and my reviews are slowly getting longer and longer) so… here we are? Before we welcome the birth of a new boy group, here’s a rundown of what happened in week 11 Continue Reading

4 Things We Loved & 1 Thing We Hated About Episodes 12 & 13 Of “Flower Of Evil”

As we head into the final few episodes of tvN’s “Flower of Evil,” one thing is clear: the writers are not idling around. Do Hyun Soo’s (Lee Joon Gi) past is finally catching up with him as his father’s accomplice, and the real Baek Hee Sung (Kim Ji Hoon) sets up his gameboard. These episodes Continue Reading

9 Of The Best Moments From C-Drama “Nothing But Thirty”

“Nothing But Thirty” was a hot topic during its run in China and constantly trended on Weibo for its plot line and characters. The series itself revolves around women in their thirties and specifically focuses on the lives of Wang Manni (Maggie Jiang), who works at a high-end luxury brand and seeks a life above Continue Reading

4 Things We Loved & 1 Thing We Hated About Episodes 3 & 4 Of “Do You Like Brahms?”

Episodes 3 and 4 of “Do You Like Brahms?” continue to charm viewers with their soft and lyrical nature just as the premiere episodes did. As tensions continue to rise between both friend groups, Chae Song Ah (Park Eun Bin) and Park Joon Young (Kim Min Jae) gravitate towards each other. Here are some of Continue Reading

10 High School K-Dramas To Watch For The Start Of The School Year

Going back to school has certain feelings of anticipation, nervousness, excitement, and even a bit of dread. It’s a mixed bag of emotions, and especially with all the stuff going on in the world right now, it can be more daunting than ever. If you’re looking for some K-dramas to watch that will help you Continue Reading

Into The “I-LAND”: A Review Of What Happened In Episodes 9 & 10

In these past two weeks of “I-LAND,” we see plenty of performances, personal growth, outings, and a visit from the performance team of SEVENTEEN. There’s tears, there’s laughter, there’s frustration, and there’s camaraderie. You know, the usual. Oh, and we say goodbye to another I-Lander too. Read on for a more detailed dive into what happened during Continue Reading

8 Actors Who Took On Celebrity Roles In K-Dramas

No matter what the role is in a K-drama, actors always give their 100-percent effort into bring their characters to life. Sometimes, they get roles where they play someone who shares the same job as them, a celebrity. That’s right, these talented stars get to spend time in their own shoes in front of the camera as Continue Reading

4 Things We Loved & 1 Thing We Hated About Episode 11 Of “Flower Of Evil”

Episode 11 of “Flower of Evil” is an intense emotional rollercoaster. Perhaps it was a blessing in disguise that episode 12 was postponed because there is so much to revel over in this episode alone. Fans who have been waiting for Cha Ji Won (Moon Chae Won) and Do Hyun Soo/Baek Hee Sung (Lee Joon Gi) Continue Reading

8 K-Pop And Western Collabs We Have On Replay

K-pop has had a meteoric rise throughout the years, and with each succeeding generation of K-pop groups, the star only burns brighter, proving that music truly transcends language barriers. This has also opened many doors for K-pop idols to collaborate with Western artists, blessing us with tunes that are now staples in our playlists. Here Continue Reading

4 Things We Loved & 1 Thing We Hated About The Premiere Of “Do You Like Brahms?”

SBS’s “Do You Like Brahms?” is off to a promising and whimsical start. Starring Kim Min Jae and Park Eun Bin, the drama follows the pursuits of classical musicians. Chae Song Ah (Park Eun Bin) is a finance major turned violin major, struggling to keep her dream of playing the instrument alive. Meanwhile, Park Joon Continue Reading