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EXO honored to perform at the Olympics and share a preview of their stage

whatakdrama on Fri, Feb 23, 2018

K-pop boy band EXO feels honored to hold a stage at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics’ closing ceremony. The band members chatted about the upcoming performance, Evgenia Medvedeva, who is a Russian figure skater and huge EXO fan, and future plans at the Olympics closing ceremony press conference on Wednesday at Alpensia resort in PyeongChang.


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5 Paths to happiness the characters follow in Spring Has Come

Shelly M on Thu, Feb 22, 2018

Spring Has Come is a J-drama that opens our eyes to the different paths people can take to try and experience their own euphoria. In this short series, Naoko (actress Kurashina Kana) and her family (dad Shoji, mom Sue and little sister Junko) seem to be an average family who follow the same boring routine day after day. Nook's blossoming relationship with South Korean photographer, Lee Ji Won (EXO's Kai), exposes the secrets the family have been hiding from each other, with Ji Won's secret in Korea being the most surprising of them all. All of the secrets turn out to be related to personal happiness.

Let's take a look at the five different paths the characters believed would make their lives happier.


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Meet the 6 best K-pop groups according to TIME magazine

whatakdrama on Mon, Feb 12, 2018

Interest in K-pop is piquing around the world in part with the launch of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics. On Friday, TIME magazine published an introduction to K-pop article, showcasing what it thought were some of K-pop's best acts. The magazine is positive that the genre of K-pop, which has already swept Asia and Latin America, will be a hit in the United States in no time. Let’s take a look at which K-pop groups they recommend listening to!


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