“Sisyphus: The Myth” starring Park Shin Hye (as Seo Hae) and Jo Seung Woo (as Han Tae Sul) features a complex timeline. Here’s an explanation of what might have happened.
The phones cases that “True Beauty” actors Cha Eun Woo (who portrayed Lee Suho) and Hwang In Yeop (who portrayed Han Seojun) are available online!
In an episode of “She Would Never Know,” Chae Hyun Seung (portrayed by SF9’s Rowoon) treated Yoon Song Ah’s (portrayed by Won Jin Ah) mother to a hot pot dinner, as the latter was craving for some.
One of the key drinks in tvN’s “Vincenzo” is the Korean rice wine, also known as Makgeolli. In the series, Vincenzo Cassano (portrayed by Song Joong Ki) had some for the first time when he drank with lawyer Hong Yu Chan (portrayed by Yoo Jae Myung).
Remember one of the watches Vincenzo Cassano (portrayed by Song Joong Ki) wore in the first episode of “Vincenzo”?
Geumga Plaza, building which starts the main conflict in the first few episode of Song Joong Ki’s “Vincenzo.”
We may dislike her character, but it’s pretty impossible to not love Cheon Seo Jin’s (portrayed by Kim So Yeon) glamorous dresses in “The Penthouse” season 2.
In the second episode of “The Penthouse 2,” Cheon Seo Jin (portrayed by veteran actress Kim So Yeon) was seen wearing an eye-catching coat during her rehearsal for her 20th anniversary concert.
If you’re still thinking whether you should try watching #ViuOriginal series “River Where The Moon Rises” starring Kim So Hyun, Jisoo, and Kang Ha Neul, here are 7 reasons why you should.
Lee Suho in “True Beauty” is known for his various cardigans worn over his school uniform. Hence, the actor portraying the character, Cha Eun Woo is also often spotted wearing different cardigan designs in the series, too.
He’s pretty much the real life Lee Suho.
December is jam-packed with upcoming quality Korean dramas. Here’s a list of Korean dramas that…
Remember how his “wish” was to spend Chuseok with his “family”?
Here’s what could have happened.
After signing with Management SOOP, Nam Joo Hyuk was confirmed to star in five different projects.
Did you know that the color of Seo Dal Mi (portrayed by Bae Suzy) is called “130 Not Flirting” as part of Lancome’s L’Absolu Rouge Intimatte?
Remember how Mr. Han Ji Pyeong confessed that he liked Seo Dal Mi while mixing noodles? Those noodles are called Bibim Guksu, or spicy mixed noodles.
Did you know that her OOTD that day actually cost approximately 206,663.47 PHP?
Halmoni’s corn dogs in “Start-up” are the staple snacks of her granddaughters Seo Dal Mi and In Jae, it is also one of Han Ji Pyeong’s comfort food throughout his adolescent years.
This place is also where Seo Dal Mi and Han Ji Pyeong started exchanging letters.
In episodes 12 and 13 of “Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol,” Go Ra…
I think one of the reasons why Nam Do San can be a bit taciturn with low self-esteem — aside from being unable to reach his parents’ expectations — is due to what happened during his childhood. *spoiler warning* Nam Do San resorted to cheating, albeit unintentional, during the Mathematical Olympiad tests.
Here are some of the bags she was spotted using throughout the series as her character, Seo Dal Mi.
The scenery outside the cable car was actually in filmed at Mokpo Marine Cable Car in Jeollanam-do, South Korea.
The pair is from the German footwear brand Birkenstock.
Serim High School may be full of good-looking male students, but the school is actually an all-girls school called Shinmyung Girls’ High School in real life.
There’s actually an app like this available in Google Apps.
Remember the scrunchie Seo Dal Mi (portrayed by Bae Suzy) wore in “Start-up” episode 8? The same scrunchie that Han Ji Pyeong (portrayed by Kim Seon Ho) found and gave to Nam Do San (portrayed by Nam Joo Hyuk)?
Kim Do Wan is currently starring as the engineering major and AI developer Kim Yong San in the on-going drama “Start-up,” here are 10 things you might want to know about the actor.
“Start-up” stars Nam Joo Hyuk (who plays the nerdy AI developer Nam Do San) and Stephanie Lee (who portrays the sassy designer Jung Sa Ha) might have been bickering in the series as co-workers in Samsan Tech through their residency in Sandbox, but the two are actually really good friends in real life.