K-ENTERTAINMENT K-EVENTS 

Park Eun Bin Achieves “BINKAN” At Her First-Ever Fan Meeting In Manila!

Manila is the first stop of the Park Eun Bin Asia Fanmeeting Tour <EUN-BIN NOTE: BINKAN>. It was also the first-ever fan meeting of the actress outside South Korea. Park Eun Bin had evidently put in a lot of effort for her Filipino Bingos. From the program’s overall originality to her vast grasp of Filipino words, her kindness in sharing information about herself, and more. The fan meeting started with Park Eun Bin greeting her Filipino Bingos with the song of “Hello” by Red Velvet’s Joy. Park Eun Bin singing…

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K-ENTERTAINMENT NEWS 

Park Eun Bin The Multi-Genre Actress

Park Eun Bin made her acting debut in 1998. She began her career as a young actor and has since dominated the Korean drama scene. The actress has starred in a variety of genres and excelled in each. From historical to comedy to romance to law and beyond. Despite being in the industry for nearly two decades, Park Eun Bin is not afraid to attempt new and diverse genres, and she always demonstrates to everyone how skilled she is at her job. Here are some of the genres that Park…

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NEWS 

Kang Tae Oh Announces Military Enlistment

Kang Tae Oh has announced his plans to enlist in the military. On August 31, Kang Tae Oh announced his enlistment date through his online fan meeting ‘TikTok Stage Connect: SweeTaeOh’. He said, “I received a notification one day,” he said. “I received a call from the country. The enlistment date will be on September 20, and I am going to do my military duty.” He added, “Nevertheless, thank you to the fans who have been waiting for me.” Kang Tae Oh immediately became a trend after his appearance on ‘Extraordinary…

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K-ENTERTAINMENT 

K-Dramas Featuring Disabilities and Mental Illnesses

We have seen many K-Dramas that depict a perfect-fairytale life, from waking up with prepped hair to having a lavish lifestyle, their life seems to be perfect. But that changed over the years. Many K-Dramas are now more inclusive and better at portraying characters with special needs. In real life, some still see mental health and disability issues as taboo topics, but the entertainment industry has been trying its best to educate the public. Here are some of the best K-Dramas that welcome inclusivity. Our Blues One of the reasons…

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