SBS Runs Poll Asking Which SBS Drama OTPs Do Viewers Want to See Reunited in Another Drama Again

Ooooh, a fun game, I want to play too! SBS is opening up a bulletin board with a poll open for 1 week asking viewers which of its drama OTPs do the fans want to see reunited in another drama again. Remember, only SBS dramas but there are sooooo many classics and great pairings to choose from. Currently viewers have been posting and the main picks for reuniting again are: Lee Jun Ki and IU from Moon Lovers, Namgong Min and Park Eun Bin in Stove League (and also picks for her and Kim Min Jae for Do You Like Brahms?), Lee Min Ho and Kim Go Eun from The King: Eternal Monarch, Ji Sung and Lee Se Young in Doctor John, Hyun Bin and Ha Ji Won since Secret Garden, Ji Chang Wook and Nam Ji Hyun in Suspicious Partner, and Kim Soo Hyun and Jeon Ji Hyun in their epic You From Another Star. Koala’s own picks are: Jo In Sung and Gong Hyo Jin from It’s Okay, It’s Love, Lee Jong Seok and Park Shin Hye from Pinocchio, and I still want Kim Soo Hyun and Nam Ji Hyun to do a drama together after they were the teen counterparts in Will it Snow for Christmas.

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Legend of the Blue Sea Tops Chosun Daily Readers Poll of Favorite 2016 K-drama

Another poll result has hit the internet waves and this one feels like the readers had their hands on the pulse the entire time. Online newspaper Chosun Daily which despite it’s name is a Chinese publication covering all news in … Continue reading

China’s Sohu Holds 2nd Golden Kimchee Awards with Moon Lovers and Uncontrollably Fond Picked as Worst K-dramas of 2016

China’s Sohu streaming portal, one of the largest and also the bidding winner in getting exclusive streaming rights to many of the high profile K-dramas of 2016, held a hilarious and pretty on point awards ceremony of its own this … Continue reading

K-media Discusses How Descendants of the Sun is the Only Ratings Success Pre-produced K-drama in 2016

K-media is taking stock of 2016 and the results are not exactly promising for the future of pre-producing K-dramas. What was once a rarity such as the mega budget Legend felt like a norm in 2016 with a slew of … Continue reading