• K-Movie

    [K-MOVIE] Train to Busan: Peninsula to open in Singapore Cinemas on 15 July

    Train to Busan: Peninsula will be making its way to the big screens in Singapore on 15 July, the same day as South Korea’s release. After a 3-month closure, cinemas in Singapore will finally reopen during this Phase 2 period and the film will mark the first blockbuster to return to Golden Village. The zombie blockbuster is directed by Director Yeon Sang-ho, who has worked on two other zombie films, Seoul Station (2016) and Train to Busan (2016), of which the latter achieved an impressive record as the highest-grossing Korean movie in Singapore to date. The final instalment of his
  • Fashion

    These K-Pop Girls Are Rocking Our Favourite ‘90s Fashion Trends

    From small shoulder bags to scrunchies, fashion trends from the 1990s are now everywhere. We’re loving the new takes and reinterpretations of some of these trends that have made a comeback. Here, we round up some of our favourite ‘90s fashion trends as seen on these female celebrities. Tube Tops The tight-fitting wardrobe staple is easy to style and looks great with virtually any pair of denim jeans. This versatile piece can also be layered and worn under a jacket or blazer for a dressier look. Ribbed Cardigans Ribbed, buttoned cardigans are all the rage now and are basic but
  • K-Drama

    Song Ji-hyo Gets Surrounded by 4 Men in New Drama ‘Was It Love?’

    Song Ji-hyo is gearing up for the release of her new drama ‘Was It Love?‘, which has confirmed its premiere date on Netflix this July 8, 2020. Playing the character Noh Ae-jeong, a movie producer and single mom of 14 years, her life is turned upside down when she encounters four men at the same time. For the past 14 years, she has only focused on her career and single-handedly raised her child. As the four men appear in her life, her daughter Noh Ha-nee (Um Chae-young) is determined to figure out which one of them may be her biological father.
  • News

    BLACKPINK Launches Special Emojis on Twitter and Schedules LIVE Comeback Party on 30 June

    Taking the world by storm with their latest comeback single How You Like That, BLACKPINK has simultaneously launched their official Twitter account (@BLACKPINK) on the same day as their release (26 June), garnering over 250K Retweets with 700K Likes for their first Tweet in just 3 days. To celebrate their comeback, the K-pop girl group will be holding a #BLACKPINK LIVE Comeback Party on Twitter Blueroom, inviting fans to tweet their questions with the hashtag #Ask_BLACKPINK. During the Q&A session on 30 June, 12pm (KST), they will then answer questions live via their official Twitter account. On top of that,
  • Events Coverage

    Kim Soo-hyun and Seo Ye-ji Talk About Their Characters in ‘It’s Okay To Not Be Okay’

    Kim Soo-hyun and Seo Ye-ji will be returning with a 16-episode drama ‘It’s Okay To Not Be Okay‘ this summer, set to premiere on Netflix on 20 June 2020. The long anticipated rom-com marks the end of a 5-year wait for Kim Soo-hyun since his last drama project, and this will also be his first drama after returning from the military. At the drama’s virtual press conference held recently, the actor revealed, “While I was still in the military, I really felt the thirst to be on screen again and I wanted to return with a project as soon as

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