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Tag Archives: Yoon Shi Yoon
Yoon Shi Yoon (Psychopath Diary) has been offered the starring role in the upcoming Korean drama Train. Train is a sci-fi romance about about a detective whose wife is
I started off the new year pretty great for the most part. I had one not so great drama with the crime thriller Kill It, but then I had two amazing dramas with the rom-com thriller
Psychopath Diary is about a timid office worker (Yoon Shi Yoon) who witnesses a murder by a serial killer (Park Sung Hoon) but loses his memory after he gets in an accident.
Me Too, Flower is about a wealthy man (Yoon Shi Yoon) who pretends to be a regular guy and gets a job as a parking attendant where he clashes with a cynical police officer (Lee
It’s already the last month of 2019! So we better get in all of those dramas we’ve been meaning to before the end of the year. And there are plenty of new dramas to add to your
Let’s check out the new kdramas heading to Viki in November! We’ve got a romantic comedy, a comedy thriller, and stories of guests at an inn coming our way:
More trailers are out for the upcoming Korean drama Psychopath Diary starring Yoon Shi Yoon (Nokdu Flower) and Jung In Sun (Terius Behind Me). These are quite funny as we
We’re moving closer to winter now, so we need those dramas more than ever to keep us company on the cold nights. We’ve got a really great variety of shows premiering this
I’ve been looking forward to a first trailer for the new Korean drama Psychopath Diary starring Yoon Shi Yoon (Nokdu Flower) and Jung In Sun (Terius Behind Me), and we now
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-