Leave it to South Korea to make a romantic comedy that revolves around a character who suffers from prosopagnosia (face blindness). But such is the plot for “The Secret Life of My Secretary.” The K-Drama focuses on the burgeoning romance between chaebol boss and his harried secretary, who is not what she seems.

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The “Running Man” cast members are characters. Literally. Since its debut on July 11, 2010, “Running Man” members have had a great time making fun of themselves and each other. Here, we’ll take a look at their nicknames and on-air personas.

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Mother’s Day is just around the corner. What does that have to do with K-Dramas? Plenty. There isn’t a K-Drama around that doesn’t have a storyline or plot twist that revolves around a mother. Here are some moms that we love … or love to hate:

Ji Chang Wook Discharge

April 27, 2019. Mark that date in your calendar, because after having served 1 year, 8 months and 13 days in South Korea’s military, Ji Chang-Wook will be discharged on Saturday. Hallelujah!

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[DISCLAIMER: MILD SPOILERS AHEAD!] WHAT DOES “MAKJANG” MEAN? Storylines that are extremely dramatized and exaggerated to make things intense and…

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It hasn’t even been a month since Lee Jong-Suk enrolled for his mandatory military duty on March 8. But there’s a ton of us fans who miss him already. Am I right? (That’s a rhetorical question, by the way.)

In a perfect world, everyone would be equal. We’re still working towards that goal. This got me thinking about some K-Dramas that featured strong women who were trying to assert their independence.

Four years after “The King Of Mask Singer” premiered on MBC in South Korea, “The Masked Singer” made its U.S. debut on FOX.  The American remake — in all its gaudy splendor — is a bonafide hit. The Jan. 2nd series premiere not only had the highest viewership of any FOX series for its 2018-2019 programming season, but — according to the Nielsen ratings — it was also the most watched series premiere for the coveted 18- to 49-year-old demographics.

Before I watched  “Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth,” I was looking forward to seeing how the romance between Dog Bird (Park Seo-Joon) and Ah-Ro (Go Ara) played out. But after the finale, I realized that what stuck with me wasn’t their tepid relationship, but that of the young men who formed a relationship, which at times was adversarial, but also based on friendship, honor and righteous morals. In other words, I was all about the poet warrior youth’s bromance.