Married K-stars Joo Sang Wook and Cha Ye Ryun are Expecting First Child

Good news from K-ent to start the first full week of December and certainly bring lots of holiday cheer to the couple in question. Newly married acting stars Cha Ye Ryun and Joo Sang Wook have announced that they are expecting their first child, and judging by how lovey dovey they have been since going public as a couple I was actually thinking this news may come sooner. The pair got married at the end of May 2017 as part of the huge K-ent wedding stampede this year and was one of the most stable couples and well-matched in career and visuals. Congrats to the expectant parents and good luck on having a safe and comfortable pregnancy to Cha Ye Ryun. Continue reading

Jung Woo Sung and Ha Jung Woo Headline K-stars at Bottega Veneta Event in Seoul

The waning days of summer is also the kickoff to the biggest fashion season of the year in fall. The colors and fabrics transition from the playful and light to the experimental and substantial, and this year Italian design house … Continue reading

School-aged Pictures of Popular Hallyu K-actresses Show the Before and After

I did a post awhile back on the school age before and after pictures of Korea’s male stars. It’s time for the ladies counterpart post and who better to top it off than the three renowned prettiest actresses in Korea. … Continue reading

Joo Sang Wook, Choi Kang Hee, and Cha Ye Ryun are the Confirmed Leads of MBC’s Glamorous Temptation

There’s casting movement coupled with a major reversal for upcoming MBC Mon-Tues drama Glamorous Temptation. Earlier this week saw the casting of the teen leads Kim Sae Ron and Nam Joo Hyuk, roles that are less the typical child portion … Continue reading

Happy Mid-autumn: My Secret Hotel Preempted and My Lovely Girl Prepares for Premiere

Happy Zhong Qiu/Chuseok everyone! It’s the annual mid-autumn festival in the Asian countries that still celebrate it, namely Korea and Greater China (Mainland, Taiwan, and Hong Kong) for us following along with its dramas. Japan celebrates it as Tsukimi or … Continue reading