If you’re looking for more on-going Korean dramas to watch every week, here are some of the series you can start binging via Viu.com.
If you’re looking for a Korean drama to watch while waiting for the next episode of Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji’s series “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay,” you might want to consider binge-watching the 2014 series “It’s Okay, That’s Love,” starring Jo In Sung (“That Winter, the Wind Blows” and “Something Happened in Bali”) and Gong Hyo Jin (from “When the Camellia Blooms”).
Woo Do Hwan just enlisted for his mandatory military service today, July 6. If you can’t wait for around two years until his next comeback drama, you might want to consider watching (or re-watching) some of his older series.
Long before the members of F4 were born, in the great Sungkyunkwan University, an equal number of flowers boys reside: The Jalgeum Quartet.
“Live Up To Your Name” is a time travel drama that features veteran stars Kim Nam Gil (from “Queen Seon Deok” as Bidam) as Heo Im and Kim Ah Joong (from “200 Pounds Beauty”) as Choi Yeon Kyung.
Kim Go Eun mostly worked in films. But, despite starring in only three Korean dramas, every character the actress portrayed turned out to be iconic and memorable, and all of her Korean dramas even became the talk of the town.
Here’s a list of her Korean drama characters:
“It’s Okay To Not Be Okay”, “My Love From The Star”, and “Moon Embracing The Sun” actor Kim Soo Hyun, who is reportedly the highest-paid Korean actor with a whopping 200 million won (or 8.3 million pesos) talent fee per episode, may not have starred in many Korean dramas like his peers—one reason is that he reportedly tends to carefully select the Korean dramas he will star in—but he had several cameo appearances in some top-rated series such as “Crash Landing On You” and “Hotel Del Luna”, plus the high-grossing film “Miss Granny”, and also reenacted his role as Song Sam Dong in “Dream High 2.”
Here are all of his memorable cameo appearances:
“It’s Okay Not To Be Okay” has brought to light various mental health-related issues; including the possible reasons behind a person developing a disorder, its effect to the actual person and the people around them, and how one’s facade and outer appearance may not reflect what’s going on inside a person’s heart and mind.
Here are four scenes that explained mental health using actual situations:
Shin Soon Ae (portrayed by Kim Seul Gi) is a virgin ghost who couldn’t ascend to the skies due to her “regret” of passing away without knowing what love is. Due to this, Soon Ae “borrows” various women’s bodies to make up for her life’s lack of romance, but ends up not being able to fully “resolve her grudge” as most men would freeze whenever she’s near them… until she meets Chef Kang Sun Woo (portrayed by Jo Jung Suk) of Sun Restaurant, the only person who can seemingly take on her ghost-like energy.
We’ve seen Lee Min Ho (as Lee Gon) use it and lend it to Kim Go Eun (as Jeong Tae Eul) to conceal her identity, Jung Eun Chae (as Prime Minister Koo) tried to have a well-deserved beauty rest while using the product, and Woo Do Hwan (as Jung Eun Seop) even provided comic relief when he tried it on and pretended to be Iron Man.