Start-Up is not just about romance, though it gave us excessive love triangle tensions. But to be fair, Start-Up commits to its name—starting and taking risks in business, flaunting an inventive environment for dreamers.
These days, the girl boss, fashionable, badass female leads are screaming in our screens. Last year, Search: WWW proved that women could take over an entire 16-episode drama and introduced us to how and what modern women are.
If you think of reminiscing why this K-drama has crashed multiple emotions—from anger to sadness to love beyond borders and has caught a lot of viewers, here are some of the things we love about Crash Landing on You.
Here are the times that we pointed a finger on the wrong people in Designated Survivor 60 Days… which we did on almost every one of them.
Let’s relive some of the iconic moments from Secret Garden.
If there is a boiling problem in your family, you might want to take a piece or pair of advice from 18 Again.
Some story angles on Jung Ha’s character, which I desperately wished were touched a bit more minutes on Record of Youth.
When watching a K-drama you sure will encounter some moments that you might have seen from another K-drama before. Back hug? Seen that. Piggyback ride?
Dinner Mate has set a new flavour of giving us more than a dozen of food ideas within its 16-episode run. Here are some of the dining footsteps of Dinner Mate’s leads, Kim Hae Kyung (Song Seung Heon) and Woo Do Hee (Seo Ji Hye) that you can follow.
Grab some hot drink and enjoy these winter-touch yet flaring-relatable poems from I’ll Find You on a Beautiful Day.