Raise your hand if you spent your childhood watching ER and then later in your teenage years watching Grey’s Anatomy like me.
While the Americans made medical dramas famous 20 years ago, recently the
When it comes to the spy film genre, the most famous movies are none other than the James Bond series.
While Hollywood took on a more fictional, imaginative angle of espionage activities, South
The thought of “What’s the worst that could happen?” is perhaps how most disaster movies came about.
Any good disaster movie will keep its viewers glued to their seats; there are always multiple storylines
They said revenge is sweet but here at KajoMag, we say it is sweeter when filmmakers make a movie out of it.
Perhaps the reason why revenge films are popular, especially the ones with
With plenty of Korean grocery shops popping up around the world, it is becoming easier and easier to buy ingredients and whip up your own Korean recipes at home.
Korean cuisine is easily accepted
You have to admit, Korean zombies are among the scariest of all fictional zombies; they run, they run in a horde, they twist into bone-breaking pretzels, they eat people alive... they are exactly what
You have read our 10 South Korean movies based on true stories. Now, we have 10 more films inspired by real-life events that you need to watch while learning a bit about South Korean's
If KajoMag were to pick the most talented and versatile Korean actor, Lee Jung-jae would definitely be on top of our list.
The 46-year-old actor has managed to pull off different types of characters,
Just as Hollywood romanticizes pirates in its Pirates of the Caribbean movies, South Koreans have been doing the same thing to their gangsters.
In these movies, they popularise the idea and image of honourable
Train to Busan (2016) literally became a runaway success when it became the highest-grossing Korean film in Malaysia, Hong Kong and Singapore, earning a gross of USD93.1 million worldwide.
The South Korean zombie apocalypse thriller action