Netflix releases “Believer 2” main poster featuring Cha Seung Won, Han Hyo Joo, Cho Jin Woong, and Oh Seung Hoo.
The series is set to star cast from season 1—including Song Kang, Lee Jin Hyuk, Go Min Si, and Park Gyu Young, among others.
Suzy stated, “I think it’s a lucky coincidence to that I get to play a similar role once again.”
Solo comeback is real! 💖
“Doona” is a relatable coming-of-age story that humanizes a storyline that felt like it would focus on glitz and glamour.
The Webtoon will be adapted into a film.
Suzy also playfully recalled, “I also tried to mess with Se Jong in real life, too.”
He talked about “Doona!” being his first series after completing his mandatory military service.
Suzy also talked about her fictional K-pop girl group in “Doona,” Dream Sweet.
“Doona” premieres on October 20 via Netflix.
“The Worst Of Evil” is dark and intriguing. But hints a sentimental side. The series is now streaming on Disney+.
The series is the sequel to Park Bo Young and Park Hyung Sik’s “Strong Girl Bong Soon.”
The plot revolves around a troubled boxer who moved in with his “long-lost mother and autistic pianist brother.” Alone for most of his life, he “must fit in with a family he hasn’t known for years.”
The magic words were “Jo In Sung will be your husband.”
Ahn Hyo Seop also named Rowoon as his closest celebrity friend.
It was a difficult, (or probably impossible), task for them.
Concrete Utopia” is not a zombie film and doesn’t make use of fantasy elements, but was able to bring out similar vibes.
“Past Live” tells the story of separated sweethearts, Nora (Greta Lee) and Hae Sung (Yoo Teo), and how they reconnected as adults. Are they destined to be together or destined to part ways?
Here’s the heartbreaking confirmation.
The show is easy to digest. No pun intended.
The two will portray a married couple who loses their memories before their divorce.
Suho on “Behind Your Touch”: “There’s a lot of twists and turns and you have to think deeply about what happened before.”
“Moving” tells the story of students with superpowers, and their parents–also with special abilities–who try to hide their secrets from the world.
“The Moon” is sci-fi, but it touches on humanity; the irony is intriguing and is another reason why it’s worth watching.
“King The Land” easily checked all the boxes of a good classic Korean romantic comedy series. Here are 7 reasons to watch this ongoing drama on Netflix.
“Revenant” takes on a genre that’s seemingly becoming a favorite among Korean drama viewers: a mystery and thriller series with a dash of horror that’ll keep you at the edge of your seats.
The series is about two childhood friends who grew up in Jeju, one wants to stay in the island while the other dreams of going to Seoul.
Another exciting TUDUM announcement.
Netflix reveals season 2 cast.