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Extraordinary Attorney Woo, released on June 29, revolves around a female attorney with autism who shows her competence and intelligence in law through each case.

Latest Netflix law series from South Korea offers worthy alternative to Disney+’s “She Hulk”

Faith Jung, Social Media Manager October 6, 2022

“Extraordinary Attorney Woo” is a touching drama that helps people recognize and be more aware of autism and mental health in general. It’s also an enjoyable series with a deep, heartwarming plot...

Actor Ji-soo Kim from the K-pop all-girls band, Blackpink (left), glances at Jung Hae-in, who plays the character of a North Korean spy named Lim Su-ho in Disney+s Snowdrop. The episodic series was DIsney+s first Korean drama to be released on its streaming platform earlier this year and exemplifies the South Korean approach to addressing relationships known as mildang.

It’s called mildang, and that’s what keeps me hooked on K-dramas

Esther Oh, Staff Reporter May 18, 2022

Though I grew up in a fairly traditional Korean household, I didn’t join my culture’s TV/movie drama fan base until my friends persuaded me to watch one in the seventh grade.  My first K-drama...

Actor Jung Hae-in (left) plays Lim Su-ho, a North Korean spy who falls in love with the character played by Blackpinks Ji-soo Kim, the first time the singer is acting in a lead role of a series. The 16 episodes of Snowdrop were released Feb. 9 for streaming on Disney+.

K-pop singer Ji-soo Kim of Blackpink impresses in her first lead acting role in the 16-episode South Korean drama, ‘Snowdrop’

Yeihn Lee, Staff Reporter February 18, 2022

Although it has already been released overseas in Asia, Disney+ recently picked up and made available all 16 episodes of the South Korean drama, “Snowdrop,” nearly a week before Valentine’s Day. It’s...

An artists rendering of a scene from Netflixs Korean-imported TV series, Its Okay to Not Be Okay. Actress Seo Ye-ji (left) plays Ko Moon-yeong, a childrens book author who stares into the eyes of Moon Gang-tae, played by Kim Soo-hyun, because of a situation over a smartphone.

First season of Netflix’s Korean-imported drama quite ‘Okay’ to binge watch

Yeihn Lee, Staff Reporter August 29, 2020

It’s a classic story revolving around a pair of star-crossed lovers -- only with a hint of mild horror yet still quite satisfying to watch. The debut season of the Korean TV drama, “It’s Okay...

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