Korean drama sequels, the world of ANSWER ME 1997 and Kdrama girl crushes, all on this week’s DramaFever Coffee Break Podcast! This week Dan is Continue Reading →
It’s time to freshen up your desktop with a brand-new Korean drama desktop calendar! For September, we have three of the hottest hits on DramaFever: Continue Reading →
It’s hot hot hot!! That’s why the song itself has a 19+ age rating, although luckily the lyrics in the video are censored so everyone gets to experience a bit of G-Dragon awesomeness. As for the leading lady in the video– 16 year old Jenny Kim from the Netherlands is a new trainee at over at YG Entertainment. We’re loving her sultry look!
Hello everyone and welcome to the last caption contest of August! Here is the winner of last week’s To the Beautiful You contest!
Fall is fast approaching and we can finally tell summer to effff off! Fall is my favorite time of the year because the air is cool, and crisp, I have good hair all the time and the outfits are completely cozy and cute. We all know actress Yoon Eun Hye from dramas such as Coffee Prince, Goong and most recently Lie to Me. Maybe what you dont know is that she’s like a Fashion Icon in Korea, and is constantly modeling and attending events for luxurious companies like Cartier.
You probably noticed a few changes on DramaFever as we rolled out a new look today. Along with an updated logo, you’ll notice that our Search bar works much better than it did before. You also may notice the new Invitations feature in your account, which lets you earn free weeks of DramaFever Premium service when you turn on your friends to the dramas you love (We’ll talk much more about this soon!) For now, we wanted to give our viewers a place to leave feedback on the new site.
We are in love with the teaser for T-ara’s upcoming MV Sexy Love, and maybe it’s just because we’ve been thinking about the good old days lately, but was anyone else reminded of the N*SYNC classic*, It’s Gonna Be Me. Let’s take a look at the two videos, which use a similar “we’ve been transformed into toys/robots” theme. First, we get both groups placed individually in boxes covered with cellophane. N*Sync are actually action figures of themselves, and we’re not exactly sure yet of T-ara. Are they toys, robots, replicants? We’ll have to wait for the full video to make sure.
Watching Answer Me 1997 is a major blast from the past isn’t it?! It has me sitting around thinking about what I was doing back then. If you must know I was creating a “Titanic” shrine on my closet wall, memorizing 100 facts about Leonardo DiCaprio that was in the back of the biography on him that I bought, and rockin out to NSYNC, and The Backstreet Boys o_0…
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If you’re an 80′s baby like me, the new simulcast ANSWER ME 1997 is a nostalgic blast to the past. Dramabeans describes the drama title as “a question to your 1997-self, as in: Answer Me, 1997 Me.” It’s a 90′s “vintage” drama that ”features a group of teenagers who are all 18 years old in the year 1997, and as the story unfolds, we get a How I Met Your Mother-esque flashforward, where we meet them all again in 2012, as 33-year old adults.”