A documentary takes a daring look at North Korea, Lee Jong Suk is as pretty as ever, and Kim Ji Seok looks like a fun guy.
Gong Yoo dares to wear short shorts, Netflix set to produce and distribute more Asian content, and W looks pretty entertaining.
Lee Jong Suk shoots a gun. Kim Rae Won is embarrassed by the words coming out of his mouth. Lee Sang Yoon hangs out in a Paris hotel room.
Gong Yoo and Lee Dong Wook together at last, Lee Jong Suk’s first Kdrama under new management, and no military Big Bang en masse.
Gong Yoo returns to Kdrama, Jeon Ji Hyun and Lee Min Ho aim to win, and Descendants of the Sun is finished, but the frenzy continues.
“Descendants of the Sun” is still everywhere, Gong Yoo is on a train with zombies, and “Dramaworld” star Liv Hewson is super cute.
“Descendants of the Sun” is taking over the world, Park Shin Hye gets a whole harem, and Go Ara has some serious competition in “Hwarang”.
Lee Jong Suk’s summer plans, some Korean social studies, and Toronto will be Kpop central in May.
Watching tv will save the Korean economy, teasers for “Monster” and “Neighborhood Lawyer Jo Deul Ho”, and streaming services launch their own shows.