Viu is a Hong Kong-based over-the-top (OTT) video streaming provider from Viu International Ltd, a PCCW Group Company. Offering subtitled content that includes new and classic Korean TV drama and Japanese anime series, Viu is available in over a dozen markets across Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
From Boys Over Flowers to The Heirs, Weak Hero Class, Extracurricular and Twenty-Five Twenty-One, we rank the best among the many Korean drama series set in high schools.
Kim Young-dae and Pyo Ye-jin are highly watchable in Korean drama series Moon in the Day, which pits a general’s daughter and his killer against each other in the past and present.
K-pop singer Rowoon and All of Us Are Dead breakout star Cho Yi-hyun lead this stodgy romantic comedy set in Korea’s Joseon era as a handsome, high-flying scholar and a recently widowed noblewoman.
Park Gyu-young, Cha Eun-woo and Lee Hyun-woo star in K-drama A Good Day to Be a Dog, a fantasy romcom about a young woman who turns into a dog when she kisses someone on the lips.
Korean actor Ji Chang-wook, currently on screens in The Worst of Evil with one of the stars of Squid Game, has been wowing audiences since his screen debut in 2008. We look back at his career.
From Crash Landing on You to Crash Course in Romance, there have been some classic romantic K-dramas over the years. We rank our 15 best ever, and why they deserve a spot in the list.
This Coda copy stars Ryeoun as Ha Eun-gyeol, a student whose parents and brother are deaf. Time travel is introduced to the romantic fantasy series early on, with possible Back to the Future plotlines.
The team behind The Penthouse return with K-drama The Escape of the Seven, a gleefully over-the-top high- society melodrama that follows seven miscreants after the disappearance of a teenage girl.
Kim So-hyun, the 24-year-old star of Korean drama series My Lovely Liar, has been acting for 18 years. We look back at her career, starting when she was a child actress, and ahead to her upcoming roles.
The Korean drama series follows boxer Lee Kwon-sook (Kim So-hye), who knocks out the world’s best male boxer, then vanishes on her pro debut. Lee Sang-yeob plays a cocky sports agent who tries to track her down.
Moving’s Han Hyo-joo has appeared in big-budget and low-budget productions spanning a variety of genres, and tackled a wide range of roles. Look out for her next in Believer 2 on Netflix, and Dominant Species.
South Korea’s male-dominated work culture is examined in this K-drama comedy series starring Ra Mi-ran as Go Hae-ra, a mother trying to return to work after seven years raising her daughter.
Kim So-hyun plays a character nicknamed the Liar Hunter for her ability to tell if someone’s answer to a question is true or false. Hwang Min-hyun plays a tight-lipped murder suspect who moves in next door.
How many times have you crooned along to a song during a Korean drama viewing marathon? We rank our 15 favourite K-drama soundtracks, from Netflix hit Squid Game to oldie but goody Secret Garden.
Na In-woo, Kim Ji-eun and Kwon Yool lead Longing for You, a somewhat pedestrian K-drama series that seesaws between investigative thriller, family drama and love triangle.
Sooyoung of Girls’ Generation and Jeon Hye-jin play a bickering mother and daughter in this new Korean drama whose attempts to be frank about women’s sexuality are diluted by lowbrow comedy.
Jung Woo and Bae Hyun-sung lead K-drama Miraculous Brothers, a supernatural thriller with decent entertainment value but a few too many things going on.
Our pick of the top 10 Korean actresses includes former K-pop star IU, Song Hye-kyo, currently in The Glory on Netflix, and Son Ye-jin, famous for her romantic roles, including global hit Crash Landing on You.
Con artist K-drama Delightfully Deceitful, starring Chun Woo-hee and Kim Dong-wook, has dropped its original psychological angle for a more run-of-the-mill plot. While less confusing, it is also not as interesting.
Starring Park Joo-mi, Choi Myung-gil and Kim Min-jun, Korean drama Durian’s Affair is a high-society tale with a Joseon-era twist, but so far its past-present mash-up is not working too well.
Kim Myung-soo of K-pop band Infinite and Choi Jin-hyuk star in Numbers, a drama series set in a Korean accounting firm in which Kim plays a man out avenge his adoptive father’s death.
From The Glory and Bloodhounds to Dr. Romantic 3, we rank our 10 favourite K-dramas of the first half of 2023. See if you agree with our picks and the order we put them in.
Queen of Masks, the Korean drama series starring Kim Sun-a as a lawyer and one of a quartet of strong women wronged by men, has threaded its way to a very satisfying conclusion in its final episodes.
From Squid Game’s Lee Byung-hun to Train to Busan’s Gong Yoo to heartthrob Hyun Bin, the 10 greatest male K-drama actors of all time ranked.
Kim Dong-wook and Chun Woo-hee star in K-drama Delightfully Deceitful, a stylish drama that mixes thrills with indulgent – sometimes unnecessary – psychobabble.
Kim Dong-wook’s time-travelling TV reporter is on the trail of a serial killer in rural South Korea in My Perfect Stranger, and along for the ride is Jin Ki-joo’s publishing house editor, with past issues of her own.
Prime-time K-drama Queen of Masks is heating up as Kim Sun-a leads a cast of high-achieving modern Korean women who remain vulnerable and prey to a predatory patriarchy.
Korean drama Oh! Youngsim is a rocky update of a 1990s animated series based on a Korean pop-culture figure. Song Ha-yoon stars as Oh Young-sim, with Super Junior’s Lee Dong-hae co-starring.
Korean drama My Perfect Stranger, starring Kim Dong-wook and Jin Ki-Joo as a pair who travel in time Back to the Future-style, is full of 1980s nostalgia, but has the potential to head into darker territory.