When most of us were about to play the mainstream Christmas songs non-stop in this festive season, BTS V decided to drop Christmas Tree to add in our playlists—not only to listen during this season but anytime we crave for his endearing voice, every time we somehow need a hug through his song.
From Vincenzo’s evil boss Jang Han Seok to Squid Game’s ruthless manipulator Cho Sang Woo, here are some of the K-drama bad guys who messed up our moral compass and made us ask the K-drama writer-nims, “If bad, why hot?”.
Here are the scenes from Youth of May that brought us endless tears while trying to hold our hearts’ health until the final episode.
Mad for Each Other not only showed us the wonder of human connection but also taught us priceless life lessons to live by.
Vincenzo is a 10/10 K-drama and here are the things about it that we love and will definitely miss.
Songs that you can always listen to every time you’re missing Singer Suzy.
To satisfy your curiosity on who this rising South Korean star is, here is an A to Z list of everything you need to know about Hwang In Yeop.
It’s Okay to Not Be Okay actually came to give us the sanity that we need this 2020—a year full of uncertainties, fears, madness and even depression.
Quotes. Funny Skit. Epic Moments. Ass-kicking Girl Crushes. Valuable Life Lesson. Ships That Never Sailed. Heart-wrenching Scenes. Questions Left Unanswered.
Here’s what it looks like inside Start-Up’s Sandbox Façade, Oil Tank Culture Park.