K Drama News
Netflix unveils upcoming K-drama movies and series slated to release in 2023
Netflix took to its official Instagram account and dropped a series of screenshots from its upcoming Korean language projects
Emmys 2022: Squid Game's big win proves that the world is ready for K-domination
It was Bong Joon Ho’s Parasite which put K-Films on the world map. In 2021, it was Squid Game, which propelled K-Dramas to international fame and recognition. The show is likely to cause a massive shake-up in the world of entertainment, yet again, with its historic win at the Emmys.
Twenty Five Twenty One review: Though hilarious and endearing, this K-drama stumbles because of inconsistent ending
There's enough brilliance in Twenty Five Twenty One to merit a watch, but the absence of detailing and realism in the final chapters is jarring
Netflix K-drama slate for 2022 includes Money Heist adaptation, Son Ye-jin's Thirty Nine
Following the popularity of K-dramas such as Squid Game, Hellbound and Vincenzo, Netflix’s Korean arm has announced that they are launching more than 25 Korean shows in 2022, its largest number to date.
Inspector Koo review: Fast pace, deft humour, smart writing make this Korean drama gem of a crime show
Inspector Koo stands out for putting a 40-something, woman detective in the spotlight and for crafting an antagonist who is sadistic but still manages to tug at heartstrings.
The Devil Judge review: K-drama on Netflix loses sharpness along the way, yet makes for a worthy watch
While The Devil Judge protagonist Yohan may not have the charisma of transgressive heroes like Vincenzo, he is still fun to watch and his nemesis is one of the most charismatic villains of the K-drama in recent times.
BLACKPINK's Jisoo turns 27; here's all you need to know about the K-Pop sensation
Jisso featured in several advertisements including one with actor Lee Min Ho prior to her 2016 debut in BLACKPINK.
After global breakthrough of Netflix's Squid Game, Apple TV ventures into South Korean content with Dr. Brain
After the sudden avalanche of attention Squid Game brought to South Korean television drama, maybe someone at Apple woke up and said, “Hey, we’ve got one of those, too!”
As K-Dramas dominate the world, viewers decode possible reasons behind meteoric rise of entertainment genre
Koreans believe the rise of K-dramas has a lot to do with the ability of the country to offer variety, track trends in the global market and revisit stereotypes.
Something in the Rain, perils of a young woman in Asian society, and a love like sudden showers
The K-Drama explores themes of societal hypocrisies, parental boundaries, office politics, everyday sexism, and heartbreak with such detail, sensitivity, and honesty, that the narrative informs the viewer of the South Korean way of life.
How Healer and other Korean dramas quietly deal with abandonment, possible self-care strategies
What Korean dramas can offer in these times is the realisation that it is important to acknowledge the various forms of abandonment that pass one by.
South Korean actress Song Yoo-jung passes away at 26; cause of death yet unknown
Song Yoo-jung's funeral took place in a quiet affair on Monday in Seoul and was in accordance with her family's wishes