Ji Chang Wook and Nam Ji Hyun are happy to have found each other, CNN discovers the magic of Gong Yoo, and simultaneous broadcasting outside of Korea grows.
Lee Jae Yoon finally gets to be the male lead, Amazon and DramaFever jumping into the Kdrama pool, and it’s Jung Il Woo’s birthday.
Watching tv will save the Korean economy, teasers for “Monster” and “Neighborhood Lawyer Jo Deul Ho”, and streaming services launch their own shows.
Jung Il Woo returns to high school, the limited budget for fat suits in “On My Venus”, and web dramas are the future.
Heartbroken producer, Ji Ho (So Ji Sub) is on work assignment in Jeju Island when he meets an attractive woman (Kim Ji … More
Shin Min Ah likes dinosaur faces, Jung Ryeo Won and Lee Dong Wook reunite on TvN, and So Ji Sub won’t give up on rap.
Song Joong Ki exits the army, the battle to provide Asian content to the world, and Billboard gives thumbs up for SHINee.
Choi Jin Hyuk will sparkle before army duty, Gu Hye Sun gets thrown under a bus, and gay kissing in K-dramas.
“Doctor Stranger” is finally over, and DramaFever Drama Club are so over it.
Jae Joon gives up Soo Hyun to pursue vengeance. Jae Hee cuts Hoon loose to save him and his mother. DramaFever Drama Club is fed up!