Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo return in thick clothes, pregnant?
Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo returned from their honeymoon in Spain. Song Hye-kyo was spotted in,...More
"While You Were Sleeping - 2017" Lee Jong-suk, Shin Jae-ha, and Jung Hae-in in Sapporo
"While You Were Sleeping - 2017" has ended. Shin Jae-ha took a selfie with Lee Jong-suk, and Jung,...More
[Interview] Suzy, "It's not enough, I am a step closer to maturity"
'Suzy' is one of Hallyu's representing beauties. Her innocent and pure image earned her the name ',...More
For all the teasing about consequences that "Black" has taken its sweet time to deliver, it sure is fast with getting to it after the latest warning. The reality of her meddling dawns on Ha-ram as she realizes the identity of the man she has saved while Black deals with his newfound sympathy. The past mysteries boil closer to the surface than ever, as Gwang-gyeon and Man-soo get on the case...More
I believe "I'm Not a Robot" may be trying to tell us something about how much it loves its lead and given that he is Yoo Seung-ho, that is a pretty reasonable statement. The drama has released several stills of its main actor in the role of the leading character; a man suffering from a "human allergy"...More
You had me at "Hello, Yoo Ji-tae and Woo Do-hwan", series. "Mad Dog" brings us some happy behind-the-scenes times this week. I would say it's an appropriate time for some reprieve and some happy smiles, given the latest episode's dire cliffhanger and the stampede of villains relentlessly marching over Team Good as of late...More
For now, Se-hee and Ji-ho's life is mostly pleasant and domestic. In more dramatic news, it turns out that Won-seok's suggestion of breaking up with Ho-rang was not, as had been previously implied, simply the natural result of their communication breakdown being revealed in full focus by their watching an obscure art house play. That was definitely a part of it, but Won-seok had also discovered Ho-rang's horrible secret...More
Jeong-eun (played by Shin Dong-mi) is So-ni's manager who has something most of the other characters in "Boy and Girl From the 20th Century" do not- clearly defined motivation. Jeong-eun wants everything involving So-ni's career to run smoothly. She's constantly acting as a mediary between So-ni and producers. Jeong-eun is frequently stressed because of this, but trusts So-ni's good intentions, and So-ni, for his part, does his best to reassure her that nothing is going to go wrong...More
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