We all love Korean drama series for their fantastic plots and characters.
While some might love them because of their favourite actors or actresses, other might be into them because of their gripping plots.
Churches in Korean dramas can look look like they are straight out of an expensive Hollywood set and at other times like an 18th century Gothic church in Europe.
Yet all the beautiful churches in
Subway is one of the most famous product placement (PPLs) brands in Korean dramas.
You'll see everybody eating it, whether they're on a date, saving a life or taking a break.
No matter how many times
Kim Eun Sook is a household name when it comes to the South Korean screenwriting scene.
First gaining attention with Lovers in Paris, she is known for writing iconic kissing scenes with romantic, almost borderline cheesy
South Korean movies based on actual accounts started gaining attention in the beginning of the 21st century.
Of course, not all the movies have remained true to the actual story, but some of them were
Korean food blogs for you to stalk and learn how to cook at home
With the rise of the K-pop wave, Korean food is getting more popular around the world.
More and more Korean food outlets
Korean food is known for its spiciness but there are non-spicy dishes which are equally delicious.
If you feel like eating Korean cuisine but could not handle the heat, try these dishes instead.
Kimbap is a famous Korean delicacy made from rice, various thinly sliced ingredients like fried egg, sausages, cucumber and carrot rolled up in a sheet of seaweed.
The word 'kimbap' literally means seaweed rice as ‘kim’ or ‘gim’