“The game will now commence.”♦️♣️♥️♠️
Set within the contemporary world of e-commerce, a woman’s life falls apart after buying a used item online in “Target”, a Korean thriller with a star-studded cast.
Fifteen years after being stranded on a remote island, an aspiring singer reenters society.
Get Ready to Fall in Love with Doona! on October 20.
Jung Ga Ram, Uhm Ji Won, Park Byung Eun, and Kim Jae Wook will also star in the series.
The series is the sequel to Park Bo Young and Park Hyung Sik’s “Strong Girl Bong Soon.”
“Ballerina” will be streaming on October 6, only on Netflix.
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.”
The actor starred in “Doctor Romantic” seasons 2 and 3, “Do You Like Brahms,” “Dali And The Cocky Prince,” and “Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist.”
The actor performed his hit song “Losing My Mind”, an OST from the 2010 Korean series “My Girlfriend Is A Gumiho.”
Ahn Hyo Seop also named Rowoon as his closest celebrity friend.
Eiichiro Oda confirms: “The Adventures of the Live-Action Straw Hats continue!”
They started dating back in 2013 after working on various projects together.
It was a difficult, (or probably impossible), task for them.
Witness history unfold as The Philippines is set to welcome the brightest and hottest Korean Stars this December 14, 2023.
The renowned Asian entertainment award show gears up for its grand Philippine debut.
Admission is FREE!
Set along one of Seoul’s most beloved destinations, “Han River Police” combines action, humor and criminal intrigue to deliver a hilarious new take on crime dramas.
“Why did you kill people?”
The two will portray a married couple who loses their memories before their divorce.
The event is FREE ADMISSION, but you can get BETTER SEATS when you sign up via their form.
“Mask Girl” is disturbing, but is an absolute work of art.
The live action series from Shueisha and tomorrow studios set sail. August 31 on Netflix.
Netflix revealed an exciting Japanese slate of unscripted content, from outrageous variety shows to unique dating formats.
You got this—zombie apocalypse be damned!
Starring Ji Chang Wook, “Squid Game” icon Wi Ha Jun, and Lim Semi, step back onto the crime-ridden streets of 1990s Seoul in this upcoming fast-paced drama.
The series premieres on August 23 and will be streaming via Netflix.
Fan Events begin August 24 in the US and will continue in France, Indonesia, Japan, Italy, Philippines, Thailand, Germany, Brazil, and Mexico.
Suho as Seon Woo: “I had to deliberately speak a little bit slower.”