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Cheese In The Trap

Cheese in the Trap is a South Korean television series starring Park Hae-jin, Kim Go-eun, and Seo Kang-joon. It aired on the cable network tvN on Mondays and Tuesdays for 16 episodes between 4 January–1 March 2016. 1,151 more words

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Asian Drama Review: “Descendants of the Sun” (Ep. 1-16)

~ Warning! Spoilers! K-drama review: “Descendants of the Sun” ~

If you want to read my halfway review before this full one, here is the link:  736 more words

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Chinese Drama "Boss & Me"

Chinese drama Boss and me or known as ” Shan Shan comes to eat”. This drama was aired back in 2014 and for it’s success it was aired in America, Russia and Japan. 238 more words

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Watch Twenty Again

Twenty Again is a fantastic drama. Go watch it now. The End.

Ok Ok I know you wont be convinced that easily. Let me now go into why I think this drama is amazing and you should check it out. 766 more words

Up-Coming drama "Strong woman Do Bong Soon"

dThis up-coming south-Korean drama is for the actress “Park Bo-young” after absence since 2015 after her susses in oh my ghostess drama. In this one, we are looking for Bo-Young in a different way as she is playing a woman with a super-strength who can break anything just by touching it. 82 more words

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Ao Oni The Animation

A town in the countryside surrounded by forests and mountains. Five members of the cultural anthropology club at an old western-style school are trying to come up with ideas for their presentation at the school’s culture festival, when they find a collection of folk tales gathered by a student in their club 40 years ago. 1,017 more words

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TOP 5 REASON WHY FILIPINO LOVES K-DRAMA'S

**This article is purely based on my opinion only. No harm is intended to anybody.

It’s been a while since Korean Wave hit the Philippines by surprise, so I thought of writing a few good reasons why we Filipino love watching K-Dramas. 1,004 more words

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