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Winners Announced Of 2020 Korean Popular Culture And Arts Awards

The winners of the 2020 Korean Popular Culture and Arts Awards have been revealed! On October 28th,  the winners were unveiled of the prestigious awards ceremony. The Korean Popular Culture and Arts Awards are an annual awards ceremony run by the South Korean government and hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism’s Korea Creative Content […]Read More

2020 KAFC Awards Reveals List Of Winners

The 2020 Korean Association of Film Critics Awards is almost here! As such, the list of winners was released on the 26th of October KST. The physical ceremony for the 40th Korean Association Of Film Critics Awards will be held on November 11th at 6:30 p.m. KST. It will be hosted by actors Choi Jung […]Read More

WATCH: Trailer Released For Comedy Thriller “Night Of The Undead”

“Night of the Undead” hits local theaters on September 29th! In this sci-fi comedy thriller, So Hee married the perfect ma. However, while she looks into the secret of his everlasting stamina, she finds out she’s about to be killed by him and joins powers with her friends in order to kill him first. The movie […]Read More

Netflix Releases From Korea To Watch This September

September is shaping up to be another incredible month for K-dramas and K-films! The greatest addition in our daily lives these days are provided by Netflix. As the summer ends, fall begins with promising titles. Two new K-dramas “Record of Youth” and “The School Nurse Files” have been some of September’s most-promising dramas, while the […]Read More

7 Korean Movies To Spice Up Your Next Scarefest

Korean dramas have become famous around the world, but Korean movies are just as worthy to be admired! With quarantines imposed everywhere, people are getting creative with how they spend their quality time. If you are one of those who loves to propose awesome movie marathons, we suggest trying out these Korean movies that just […]Read More

“The Fortress” Provides Stunning Visuals And Important History Lesson

For avid moviegoers, Korea has a beautiful, new film that is sure to please the eye, as well as cast light on an important era of Korean history. Directed and written by Hwang Dong Hyuk (“Silenced,” “Miss Granny”), “The Fortress” is based on Kim Hoon’s historical novel “Namhansanseong” (남한산성), which chronicles the final stand-off between […]Read More