TVXQ’s Yunho, Girl’s Day’s Hyeri, Lee Yeon Hee, And More To Guest On Special Episode Of “I Live Alone”

The Rainbow Club members of MBC’s “I Live Alone” will be holding a sports festival! On May 15, “I Live Alone” revealed that it had held the event with its current cast members such as Park Na Rae and Gian84, as well as Rainbow Club members like Jannabi, volleyball player Kim Yeon Koung, and TVXQ’s Yunho Continue Reading

Yeo Jin Goo, Minah, And Hong Jong Hyun Share Why They Chose To Star In “Absolute Boyfriend” + PD Explains How Korean Remake Will Differ From Original Show

SBS’s upcoming drama “Absolute Boyfriend” is coming soon! On May 15, a press conference was held in Seoul for the new Wednesday-Thursday drama with actors Yeo Jin Goo, Girl’s Day’s Minah, Hong Jong Hyun, Choi Sung Won, Hong Seo Young, and producing director (PD) Jung Jung Hwa in attendance. “Absolute Boyfriend” is a new “romantic melodrama disguised as Continue Reading

10 K-Pop Songs That Are An Ode To Seoul

The “K” in K-pop might stand for “Korean,” but the heart of K-pop music is very much in South Korea’s capital city, Seoul. So it’s no surprise that several K-pop artists have dedicated songs to Seoul, singing of romance in the city, exciting nights out, or their often complicated feelings about life in the sprawling urban Continue Reading

Watch: NCT 127 Flawlessly Performs “Superhuman” On “The Late Late Show With James Corden”

On May 15, NCT 127 appeared on “The Late Late Show With James Corden” and participated in games, interviews, and performed their latest title track “Superhuman.” The members of NCT 127 first played the game Flinch, where they stand behind a piece of plexiglass and answer questions posed by James Corden as he fires fruit towards Continue Reading

Yoon Kyun Sang And Lee Joon Hyuk To Make Special Appearance In “Nokdu Flower”

Yoon Kyun Sang and Lee Joon Hyuk will be making a special appearance in SBS’s Friday-Saturday drama “Nokdu Flower”! “Nokdu Flower” is set during the Donghak Peasant Movement of 1894, a riot in which religious leaders of Donghak and peasants from the Jeolla Province joined forces to protest the government’s push for Catholicism. In the drama, two half-brothers, played Continue Reading