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Tag Archives: Park Shin Hye
Two more dramas down for May! One was absolutely wonderful while the other was just okay. It was the sci-fi action thriller Sisyphus: The Myth and the historical River Where the
Sisyphus: The Myth is a sci-fi thriller about a genius engineer (Jo Seung Woo) who gets involved in a dangerous situation and is saved by a skilled warrior (Park Shin Hye) who
April has arrived and with it comes more new kdramas! Let’s see what we have to look forward to in this April 2021 edition of “Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching.”
After tons of new premieres in February, March slows down a bit, but just a little. We have several new dramas to choose from, and they are each quite different from each other.
We slow things down a bit in the new trailer for the new Korean drama Sisyphus: The Myth starring Jo Seung Woo (Life) and Park Shin Hye (Memories of the Alhambra). It has
We are making our way through 2021, and February has a huge amount of new dramas coming our way! It may be the month of love, but action and thrills dominate the new
The long awaited first trailer for the upcoming Korean drama Sisyphus: The Myth starring Jo Seung Woo (Life) and Park Shin Hye (Memories of the Alhambra) has been released. It
2019 is already almost over, so that means it’s that fun time to remember all of the amazing Korean dramas we enjoyed throughout the year. There were plenty of great ones
Jo Seung Woo (Life) and Park Shin Hye (Memories of the Alhambra) have been offered starring roles in the new Korean drama Sisyphus: The Myth. Sisyphus: The Myth is a
I got in three dramas in August, and they were all good in their own way. It was the fantasy romance Angel’s Last Mission Love, the historical Nokdu Flower, and the classic melo-