Film actor Shin Ha Kyun (Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance) and much-loved Lee Bo Young (Birth of a Rich Man) headline this comedy about a man who stumbles into love and a murder mystery at the same time. A delightful, under-looked little gem, Harvest Villa blends bright comedy with some of the darker elements of a thriller. Not to be missed.
Guess who was spotted looking for kimchi in K-town?
Whether you’re a fanatical kdrama expert or a mildly-amused-occasional-watcher, you’ve probably noticed certain archetypes, plot devices, and tropes that tend to pop-up in your favorite Kdrama series. We’ve noticed too. Read on.
Held on Friday, June 17 to Thursday, June 23 at the Producers’ Club Theaters, the “2011 Sineng Pambansa Film Festival” comes to New York.
We’ve all heard the phrase “nice guys finish last”, but it has never rang more true than in kdramas. Take a look at some of our favorite nice guys that deserve better!
Yes! You guys got it right. The drama from ‘Name the drama 2′ is Jewel In the Palace aka Dae Jang Geum! If you couldn’t figure it Continue Reading →
The caption contest continues!
Min Hyo Rin (Triple) demonstrates bohemian fashion for CéCi Campus. In it she is modeling accessories and leisure.
DramaFever caught up with Jamie Chung aka beautiful bride Lauren from The Hangover: Part II. Since the short time between her departure from Real World San Diego, she’s nabbed herself an impressive mix of supporting roles. Along the way, she’s already played the lead role in ABC Family’s Samurai Girl mini-series, and most recently, we’ve seen her kicking ass and taking names in Sucker Punch. Meet Jamie Chung.
DramaFever fan’s favorite performance from last week was BEAST – Fact/Fiction. A new episode of Music Core is now up! Check out Music Core Episode 260 Continue Reading →