Featured in too many Korean dramas to mention them all here, N Tower has become a familiar sight for K-drama fans across the world.
We will not bore you with much written content on this post, since these pictures tell the story much better.
I learned several important things that first evening: ...there actually is a 'Noraebang' at every corner; and 'Chimek' is all and more that it is cracked up to be in Korean dramas.
Saving up for our trip - including flights, accommodations and spending money - was first priority as it would take the longest. Figuring out some of the costs, like travel & accommodation, was easier than others.
I wanted to experience what it was like visiting South Korea and being surrounded by a language that itself is music in my ears. To see firsthand some of the beautiful urban & rural locations, and try the delicious mouth watering food.
Although the title might suggest this to be a lighthearted romantic comedy, that impression could not be further from the truth. True to TVN's standard, the storyline takes you on a rollercoaster ride through lighthearted, touching, suspenseful, and romantic scenes.
When Chairman Han collapses during one of the family's traditional formal dinners, his children must decide on who will become the temporary president of the company. "Mine" is no fluffy romantic comedy but tells a much darker tale. This family who on the surface seems to have it all, is actually broken and severely dysfunctional.
Since meeting Shuang Jiao for the first time, Gu Ren Qi's world is shook, but for all the wrong reasons. Each of their encounters leaves either his person or his car a total mess.
When the death of a former alumnus turned prosecutor is ruled a homicide, students and professors at a prestigious university are police's top suspects. The reason? The deceased was found during a mock trial at their Law department in a room protected by secured access.
“It is best to not so much view this series as a season 2 of the original but rather as a parallel universe of it.”