K-Drama Review: Hi! School: Love On

Aqsa Khan, Delhi: Hi! School: Love On is a Korean teen fantasy-drama about an angel who turns into a mortal human and finds herself in a love-triangle. This high-school K-drama was released in 2015. This drama stars Kim Sae-ron as Lee Seul-bi, Infinite member’s Nam Woo-hyun as Shin Woo-hyun, and Lee Sung-yeol as Sung-yeol.

South Korea’s Most Loved Store: DAISO

Smriti Lakra, Guna, Madhya Pradesh: Do you remember the cute plushies from the K-Dramas or the beautifully printed plates or floral printed mugs with intricate designs, attractive stationeries, and much more? South Korea has always been known for its cute, attractive, and unique products. But, have you ever wondered where do the Koreans shop for them? Well, one of these places is DAISO, which is also one of the most loved stores by South Korean people. Click to read the article to know more about Daiso Store:

K-Drama Review: Signal

Gauran Sharma, Delhi: Signal, just like the drama is rightfully named, starts with a ‘signal’ in the mundane life of a hardworking man, Park Hae-young, who is a police lieutenant and an expert criminal profiler. A strange message from an abandoned walkie-talkie from the past gets him involved in a mysterious, unsolved cold case from 15 years ago. As the events unfold, detective Park, as well as the viewers, realise that the signal was not just an ordinary one.

Korean Makeup Routine: Breaking the Stereotype

Nehal Tambe, Mumbai, Maharashtra: The makeup and cosmetic industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world. Makeup is a form of art with diverse and unique interpretations and perceptions to it that differs from person to person. There is no limitation to creativity and exploration. However, there are some makeup trends that have been stereotyped to being fit or constrained to a particular race or skin type. One of them is ‘Korean Makeup Routine.’

Let’s dive into K-Dramas

Tahoora Charfare, Pune, Maharashtra: It’s about the time, when we take a look towards a new and fascinating form of entertainment and watch something beyond the conventional sappy serials. The interesting world of K-Dramas will leave a cultural impact on you, and in no time it will grow on you, and leave you more and more interested.

Locked Down in love with the ‘Hallyu Wave’

Anushree, Hyderabad, Telangana With the entire country experiencing the lockdown, I am sure a lot of people have found their own ways to keep themselves occupied inside their house to cope up with the traumas of COVID-19. Some are busy cooking new dishes, some are glued to their TV, laptops and watching their favorite shows…