Co-Celebrants: Four K-Actors Who Debuted In 2017

Our 4th Anniversary celebration is almost over but that doesn’t mean we don’t have time for another anniv-related listicle! Back in 2017, the five of us decided to finally create a home for our K-drama thoughts and fangirling moods. And for four years, we’ve met a lot of chinggus (yes, I’m talking to you our…

Choi Woo-shik, Kim Da-mi reunite to lead new drama

Choi Woo-shik (Youn's Stay) and Kim Da-mi (Itaewon Class) have both signed on to lead the first original drama under Studio N, “Us That Year” (literal translation). Us That Year is a coming-of-age romantic comedy about a former couple who vowed never to meet again after breaking up 10 years ago. However, the documentary they filmed…

Breakout Stars of 2020

The K-dramaverse is filled with talented shining stars. The competition has always been tough and outshining the established names is always a challenge. But this year, some stars are just destined to finally get their spotlight. Our list varies from rookie actors who seem to be unpolished gems we discovered to seasoned theatre/movie actors who…

K-Lookbook: Power Dressing

Gone are the days when Power Dressing is considered as just a fashion trend in which women wear suits to emulate men in the workforce. These days, Power Dressing means empowering oneself by wearing clothes that make us feel the most confident. Before Women’s Month ends, I collected some of the recent K-drama characters who…

Itaewon Class | Series Review

Park Seo-joon’s latest character is a breath of fresh air from his recent TV roles. Itaewon Class’ plot revolves around the revenge-driven hero Park Saeroyi (Park Seo-joon), whose life turned from predictable to tragic after getting involved with the spoiled son of food conglomerate Jangga Co. Along his way, he met peculiar society outcasts that…