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Probably by now most of you are hooked on Korea’s newest drama, “Misaeng”. And why shouldn’t you be? It is one of those dramas that have recently taken a path different to the norm. A story of an emotionally deep Geurae, played by Siwan of ZE:A who struggles to work in a big trading
Supposedly, there was meant be a Kissing Competition held in Gwanghwamun on the 6th of December 2014, however, due to some unforeseen circumstances, the organizers were forced to cancel the event. Previously according to the event host Park Jung Il, he said that “The competition is fierce, and it’s really taking place,” he even added that many people
The most anticipated music event of the year, Mnet Asian Music Awards most commonly known as MAMA, is all set and ready to rock the world with performances from well-known Kpop Idols and long time names in the music industry of South Korea this coming December 3, 2014 in Hong Kong, last year’s host country.
I guess my dirty little secret is out – I am a fan of K-Pop. Not all of it, but at least enough of it that I could call it my guilty pleasure…if I was in the least bit guilty about it. When I first came to Korea, in common with a lot of
The Kpop World was trembled with a series of events that cause a lot of tension inside and outside of Korea. As a KPop fan myself, I believe 2014 has been a shaky year of our dear hallyu Stars. Here’s a quick recap as to the events that became recent headliners. Idol Love Life Nichkhun
Korea has been one of the leading entertainment countries in the world. With programs that will make you laugh, make you cry to programs that can give out useful tips for your life. Television Networks on the other hand involves the three largest which are KBS (Korean Broadcasting System), MBC (Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation) and SBS (Seoul
Korea is a country that’s insanely couple friendly. Everything is done in pairs. There are even some restaurants that only allow you to order certain dishes with a minimum of two servings. Although this can be a huge pain if you’re single or just enjoy eating alone from time to time, you never run out