Seoul Has 9th Most Expensive Starbucks Latte in the World
Seoul ranks ninth out of 29 cities worldwide in terms of the price of a Starbucks latte, a conveni,...More
[Videos] Added new teasers for the upcoming Korean drama "I'm Not a Robot"
Added new teasers for the upcoming Korean drama "I'm Not a Robot",...More
Seoul ranks ninth out of 29 cities worldwide in terms of the price of a Starbucks latte, a convenient index to see how much a dollar is worth in a given country...More
Love is in their air and so is the bickering that comes with it, as "Jugglers" makes some giggle-worthy and endearingly embarrassing first impressions. Where would Dramaland be without its mixed genres lately, however. Today I take a little look at dramas about to premiere and offer the usual goodies. I also have some very exciting and fun news for those who enjoy the weekly ramblings of yours truly...More
It takes all kinds of communities to make our world and a prison one is not the kind we often imagine when hearing the word. "Prison Playbook" is brought to us by the creators of the "Answer Me/Reply" series and it is time we get acquainted to such a community through a baseball star turned criminal overnight.
Kim Je-hyeok (Park Hae-soo) is a baseball superstar who has it made. In a surprising twist, the celebrity becomes a convicted criminal and has to adjust to prison life. The series follows him as he experiences his new home and new network behind bars...More
Go-hee (played by Kim Hyang-gi) is a teenage girl just starting high school. That's pretty bad on its own, but a lot of factors are working against her. In the first place she has a horribly goofy name- because her surname is Ho, anytime anyone addresses Go-hee by her full name, it sounds like they're calling her a loser (Hogu). Go-hee's family is poor enough that she has to help at their fried chicken business to make ends meet. Then, just to make matters, Go-hee's boyfriend breaks up with her...More
Doo-sik (played by Shin Ha-kyun) owns a DVD room in a generic shopping district. Business is passable, but Doo-sik is in his forties and painfully aware that he has already wasted far too much of his life there and wants to sell. Doo-sik's employee Tae-jeong (played by Doh Kyung-soo) also suffers from financial issues and is desperate for some kind of solution. Only the new guy, Chinese immigrant Han-wook (played by Kim Dong-young) is at all happy with life in South Korea...More
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