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[TSUTAYA Announcement] "Boyfriend" won the first place in the glory of the most rented popular Korean drama ranking in 2020.


Park Bo-gum, who has captivated women with numerous works, and popular top actress Song Hye-kyo played a dream co- star.


Among the recent dramas produced before "Crash Landing on You", this is the most royal love story.


"I didn't see it right away. I wasn't sure what I was doing. My favorite Korean drama ranking changed I felt like I was watching a movie blockbuster",


"The healing effect of Park Bo-gum's smile is unusual, the word cute is natural. It's a royal road romance drama that is inevitable to get hooked on Park Bo-gum.




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10 Dishes And Drinks Often Featured In Korean Dramas


Ever envied your favourite K-Drama characters as they dug into delectable-looking dishes and drinks?

The influence of Korean culture all over the world is intense, so much so that fans are inspired to try anything the actors and actresses eat and drink.


We take a look at some of the popular bites and beverages that often feature in K-Dramas.




Equivalent to the expression "Netflix and chill", an invitation to eat ramyun in Korean dramas almost always have a double meaning. While there is a juicy message hidden in the scenes involving instant noodles, we can't discount the fact that eating ramyun is one of the biggest influences of Korean culture on many parts of the world, including Malaysia.


Unforgettable scenes include Lee Young-joon (Park Seo-joon) and Kim Mi-so (Park Min-young) in What's Wrong With Secretary Kim?, Gu Seung-jun (Kim Jung-hyun) and Seon Dan (Seo Ji-hy) in Crash Landing On You, and Kim Jin-hyuk (Park Bo-gum) and Cha Soo-hyun (Song Hye-kyo) in Encounter. So, practise caution when answering someone who asks, "Do you want to eat ramyun?" unless you're ready for it.

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