A Swift Shift: Looking at K-Dramas with a Taylor Swift Album Lens

Last month, Taylor Swift saved 2020's string of bad luck with a surprise release of her eighth studio album "folklore." It's so massive that she announced it without any teaser or anything hinting that she's currently (and apparently) working on her newest baby while we're all on quarantine. While many of us fans were well…

Neomu Kiyowo: Top 10 Cutest Korean Child Actors

The K-Dramaverse won't be as colorful without these adorable cuties. They make us skip for joy or cry our hearts out with their superb acting. So to celebrate their awesomeness, here are 10 Korean child stars that make us say, "Aww, neomu kiyowo!" ❤ Jung Si-yul Age: 6 Where you might have seen this cutie?…

3x the Charm: Best K-drama Trios

Three is never a crowd…especially in K-dramas. There’s something about watching three different characters be bonded by their similarities and tested by their differences. This magic number somehow work; bringing us with a dynamic and complex relationship we always enjoy to watch. As part of our 3rd anniversary specials, we bring you some of our…

Best of the Decade: Maknae’s Favorite K-dramas (2010-2019)

A few days ago, we finally entered a new decade and left the 2010s behind. It left us with memories we treasured and moments that mold us into who we are today. And I, a self-confessed fangirl, would always look back to these ten years as the years of my best fangirling days. Korean dramas…

Love Strings: Top 10 Unforgettable K-Drama OSTs

This was originally posted on our Facebook Page in 2017. There's no doubt that music gives color to every scene. It can either make you cry or make your heart thump, but it will always tug your emotional strings. Here's our Top 10 Most Memorable K-Drama OSTs. Goblin: The Lonely and Great God I Miss…

Oppa+Oppa: Top 12 Best K-Drama Bromance

This was originally posted on our Facebook Page in 2017. A great drama won't be complete without these oppas' cute brotherly love. ♡♡ And because it's too hard to trim it down to 10, here's our Top 12 Best K-Drama Bromance. Ahjummamshie, what's your favorite bromance? The Tenant and the Landlord (Goblin: The Lonely and…

In Spotlight: Park Bo-gum Filmography

Perfection! That’s one (and probably, the best) word to describe Park Bo-gum. He is today one of Korea’s hottest stars – but it’s not all thanks to his good looks, our puppy-eyed cutie Bogummy worked his way up to earn the love he’s now receiving. Let’s look back at the roles Park Bo-gum brought to…

Kiss Me Oppa: Top 10 K-Drama Kissing Scenes

This list was originally posted in 2017 on our Facebook Page From cute kisses to steamy ones, K-Dramaverse never fails to give us these heart-thumping and squeal-worthy moments. Let's take a look at the Top 10 K-Drama Kissing Scenes. So, do you want Oppa to kiss you sweetly or passionately? Goblin - Goodbye Kiss (Episode…

Tipsy Findings: Top 10 Locations Used by Different Dramas

Have you ever watched a drama and felt like something seems too familiar? You'll grow restless for a while and dig deep into your memory thinking that you've seen it somewhere before.  You may even believe that it's déjà vu, but chances are you've been lured by the K-Drama genies in their maze of filming…

Escaping Nugudom: Top 10 Rising Oppas of 2017

Nugu (누구) - this term literally means "who" in Korean but is often used to describe those who are unpopular or unknown. Let's list down our Top 10 Oppas who escaped nugudom this year. Though some of them may be familiar or a bit known to us, their popularity reached new heights this 2017.  Jung…

K-Culture: The Pojangmacha Confession

When you say K-drama location, most fans would probably say Jeju, Busan, or Seoul. We often see that street tents in K-dramaland but we usually dismiss it as the usual place where the characters drink alcohol. No one would answer 포장마차 (Pojangmacha). Pojangmacha 101 포장마차 (Pojangmacha) or 포차 (Pocha) for short, which literally means tented…

K-Drama Reaction: Girls’ Generation 1979 | Series Review

Ooops, this drama only shares the same name with SNSD but definitely has nothing to do with them. This is actually an eight-episode drama based on the novel Lingerie Girls' Generation by Kim Yong-hee. Set in the late 1970s, this drama follows the story of love and friendship of teenage girls studying at an all-girl high…