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Live streaming and video-on-demand access are available on iWant and Sky On Demand in high-definition. Asianovelas have become hits in the s. Inthe network introduced to Filipino viewers the South Korean dramasas they premiered the Korean dramas The Truth and Four Sisterswhich instantly become popular and leads the way in permanently importing more Korean dramas.
Diana is a huge fan of Korean culture. Korean dramas are some of her favorite series to watch. Are you addicted to Korean dramas?
It seems like every Korean drama has a few scenes that never fail to make an appearance throughout the series. From the piggy back ride to the wrist grab, the slow motion back hug to the drunken stumble home, there are certain scenes that K-drama viewers have come to accept as normal no matter how many times they see them. Have you seen them all?
The pugilist world is ruled by the powerful Wen clan, which dominates over the smaller Lan, Jiang, Nie and Jin households. The carefree Wei Wuxian becomes fast friends with the righteous Lan Wangji, and during their…. However, his life is not that happy.
Long lost brother. Oh, you grew up so poor and had to take any and all dirt jobs? Turns out you are the kidnaped daughter of the richest family in Korea. The "plain" girl always gets the hot rich guy and his hot rich fiance always ends of crying.
The drama was a ratings success in South Korea, with its final episode reaching a peak viewership rating of Orphaned then taken in by his gambler uncle, Kim In-ha Jin Goo often hangs out with his friends in the basement of a movie theater. He unexpectedly befriends Choi Jung-won, a model student and the rich son of the theater owner.
Throughout the past few years, Korean Dramas have literally taken the global entertainment industry by storm with millions of people watching the addictive soap-opera-esque shows despite not knowing the language. Apart from the Hallyu wave a semi obsession for all things Korean that has been influencing many youngsters to become interested in Korean TV in all over Asia and beyond, there are other reasons why people like K-Dramas so much. Unlike conventional soap-operas, which tend to drag story lines for years, they go straight to the point - sometimes being addictively over-dramatic. The storylines, often set in a remote and epic past or in present-day trendy urban Korea, are undeniably captivating thanks to over the top and at times absurd tropes.