It’s May 5, and you know what that means? It’s Children’s Day!
Known as a public holiday in South Korea, Children’s Day originated in the 1920s as a way for the government to instill the values of Korean culture in the country’s children. Now, it’s a
We all know the name “Park Bogum.” When his name comes up in conversation, you would think of him in one of his many roles: the Go player in Reply 1988, the Joseon Crown Prince in Love in the Moonlight, the free-spirited man in Encounter,
If you have watched a 44-second video of Red Velvet's Irene dancing to different songs, then you probably have seen the newest K-Pop meme.
A Facebook page named “The same video of Irene dancing different songs” parodies (more of like meme-ifies) the video of the Red