The said plant also an “extreme survivor” and can “lives for 250 years while can withstanding dehydration and freezing.”
Koo Kyo Hwan might have had little screen time in “Kingdom: Ashin Of The North,” but the actor’s role had a huge impact on the life of Ashin (portrayed by Jun Ji Hyun).
“Kingdom: The Crown Prince,” the upcoming sequel, will star main lead Ju Ji Hoon.
Deft is a South Korean professional League of Legends player.
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Unlike its high school counterpart which mostly consists of hard-hitting themes such as bullying, college-themed dramas are more of coming-of-age series — where those in their early 20’s transition to adulthood in our seemingly harsh yet hopeful society.
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Dong Hyeok refers to the present as something he “just picked up” while “thinking of” Na Bi.
Jae Eon sent a gift to Na Bi, the earrings she lost while defending him.
If you’re curious about this cinnamonroll, who is currently starring in two on-going dramas — “The Witch’s Diner” as Lee Gil Yong and “Nevertheless” as Yang Do Hyeok — here are 8 things you might to know about him.
This is the necklace Shin Woo Yeo gave to Lee Dam when he told her he loves her!
Finale to simulcast at 9:40pm with South Korea and 191 countries worldwide.
Now Streaming at iQiyi and iQ.com.
Wonder Girls Sunmi and Girls’ Generation Tiffany serve as K-pop masters with “Hotel Del Luna” actor Yeo Jin-goo as host.
The series is about a man who is “linked” to a woman, hence, he is able to feel all her emotions.
Who’s excited for EXO D.O.’s EMPATHY? Despite his incredible musicality, his solo album comes nine years after his debut, making his album release one of the most anticipated solo debuts in K-pop!
Lee Seung Gi (from “Mouse”), Jo Bo Ah (from “Tale Of The Nine Tailed”), and EXO’s Kai will be part of the upcoming Netflix Original variety show “From The New World.”
Hints seem to point at “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay” actor Kim Soo Hyun.
The two are from the same agency and are known to be really close friends.
“Mouse” is a crime-thriller series.
He starred in “Black” and “More Than Friends.”
Leading up to the series’ finale (last two episodes) on July 14 and 15 on iQiyi and iQ.com, the latest episodes of “My Roommate is a Gumiho” took the viewers on a rollercoaster of emotions when Lee Dam (played by Lee Hye Ri) and Shin Woo-yeo (Jang Ki Yong) broke up and reconciled trying to overcome the fated hurdles along their way.