Korean Drama

Korean Drama

K-Dramas That Have Written History

Written by  |  Tuesday, 30 August 2022 00:52  |  Published in Korean Drama

The Shows that Have Impacted Korea and Brought About the Global Korean Wave.

It is undeniable that the world has come to recognize the quality and beauty of Korean Dramas with the success of recent shows like Squid Game (2021), It’s Okay To Not Be Okay (2020), and Crash Landing On You (2019).

The Korean wave is picking up speed but has been gaining international recognition since the early 90's. So where did this all begin? The following six K-Dramas have defined the genre of Korean entertainment, each contributing to the appreciation for the shows in Korea and worldwide.

Actor Jin Goo

Written by  |  Thursday, 21 January 2016 00:00  |  Published in Korean Drama


Having won the award for Best Supporting Actor at the Grand Bell Awards and Blue Dragon Film Awards in 2009 for his part in Bong Joon-Ho's “Mother,” Jin Goo is no stranger to accolades. He started out portraying a younger version of Byung-Hun Lee’s character in the 2006 drama “All In,” and is now one of the most notable faces in Lee's own management agency, BH Entertainment. His acting career has been dotted with diverse and interesting roles such as a chef in “Le Grand Chef 2: Kimchi Battle,” a desperate Joseon soldier in “The Showdown” and a gangster in “26 Years.” His latest film, “Northern Limit Line,” was one of the most-watched Korean films in 2015. In his interview with Seoul Journal's Executive Editor Anthony Al-Jamie, Jin Goo speaks about his relationship with acting, his achievements, and his current and upcoming projects.




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