Netflix to invest $2.5 billion on S. Korean content
Netflix has announced its plan to invest $2.5 billion in South Korean dramas, movies and reality shows over the next four years.
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Park Eun-bin to star in rom-com K-drama ‘Diva of the Deserted Island’
South Korean actress Park Eun-bin will star in the upcoming romantic comedy K-drama “Diva of the Deserted Island.”
Park, the bre...
‘Extraordinary Attorney Woo’ Actor Kang Tae Oh stars in viral Subway commercial
Kang Tae-oh, who plays the main love interest in the K-drama “Extraordinary Attorney Woo,” has gone viral for his role in a Subway commerci...
500-year-old tree from Netflix’s smash hit ‘Extraordinary Attorney Woo’ could become a monument
The Cultural Heritage Administration (CHA) said on Monday that a 500-year-old hackberry tree that appeared on Netflix’s “Extraordinary Atto...
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‘Extraordinary Attorney Woo’ already in talks for US remake less than a month after its premiere
“Extraordinary Attorney Woo,” South Korea’s latest smash-hit drama about a lawyer on the autism spectrum, may soon be up for a U.S. remake....
All eyes in S. Korea are on ‘Extraordinary Attorney Woo,’ the latest hit drama bringing autism awareness
South Korean legal drama “Extraordinary Attorney Woo,” starring Park Eun-bin, Kang Tae-oh and Kang Ki-young, has captured the attention of ...