7 K-Dramas That Feel Like Autumn

There’s something about autumn that brings on the feelings of nostalgia and longing. The beautiful scenic views and foliage make us want to cuddle up with a good K-drama. If you’re looking for a series that makes you feel all this about fall and more, check out these recommendations! Hope you fall for these dramas like we Continue Reading

11 K-Pop Songs With A Touch Of Jazz

Jazz music goes back to the 1900s and is one of the musical sounds that K-pop has fairly incorporated over the years. Both soloists and groups have experimented with the genre, and it is fair to say that the result is simply mesmerizing. Here is a selection of Jazz-infused songs that K-pop artists have blessed Continue Reading

3 Things We Loved & 1 Thing We Hated About The Premiere Of “The Spies Who Loved Me”

Any “Goblin” fans out there? Our favorite Grim Reaper-Sunny couple were star-crossed lovers in “Goblin,” then reunited in “Touch Your Heart” for their fourth(?) reincarnation. But as we all know, they only get four lifetimes together, so now, The Powers That Be have separated them… onto two separate networks! Lee Dong Wook is off romancing his Continue Reading

True Stories Behind Korean Films That Will Tug At Your Heartstrings

Korean cinema spans a vast landscape of genres, ranging from heart-pounding zombie apocalypse flicks to slow-burn romances sprinkled with intrigue, such that it sure seems like Korean filmmakers know no limits when it comes to producing delightfully creative fictional storylines. That said, some of the most powerfully emotive Korean films are those that stem from Continue Reading

12 Korean Actors Who Never Seem To Age

Although it is often said that beauty fades with time, many Korean actors have yet to even begin to lose their good looks despite being nearly 40 or, unbelievably, having already attained the rank of quadragenarian. Don’t just take my word for it though. Read on to see which Korean actors seem immune to the effects of ageing, and Continue Reading

Premiere Watch: The Spies Who Loved Me

I don’t think mbc dramas are what you call flops, because while they didn’t have any great hit like other networks, all their dramas do have a steady fan following, which I observed. The reason for that is that they haven’t had a drama with extremely big names, like other networks did and planning team Continue Reading