A Kdrama adaptation is on its way to American tv in 2017, “Signal” writer + “A Hard Day” director = AWESOME, and Lee Byung Hun goes blond.
Gong Yoo and Lee Dong Wook sighted together, Ahn Jae Hyun and Ji Soo wear boring clothes, South Korea hopes Trump maintains US policy on North Korea.
Song Ji Hyo will be a super mom, Sung Joon bakes in Bali, and another pretty boy sageuk is coming.
Kim Young Kwang reunites with Joo Won, Lee Sang Yoon reunites with Shin Sung Rok, and a North Korean diplomat defects to South Korea.
Chinese TV blurs out PSY, Gong Yoo in “Age of Shadows”, and Kwon Yool looks messy but sleek.
Train to Busan reaches a milestone, CL officially debuts in the US, and birthdays for Yoo Seung Ho and Lee Sang Yoon.
Seo In Guk cast in comedy thriller, So Ji Sub wll escape the Japanese, Lee Kwang Soo goes international thanks to a car
Yoo Seung Ho loves up a cat, Daniel Henney joins a ridiculously good looking cast, and North Koreans are dying for K-dramas.
Yoon Doo Joon and Kim Seul Gi in a mini drama, Park Bom must still pay for her drug scandal, and G-Dragon poses for a predator.
Joo Won sheds a tear for sleep, KCON returns to the motherland, and Lee Jun Ki tackles Hollywood.