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Animal rights groups, Korean celebrities, and K-drama viewers criticized the production team of “The King of Tears, Lee Bang-Won” for how the horse was treated on set.
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A blend of reality show tropes, cringey dating scenes, and K-drama swoon, it’s hard to look away from “Single’s Inferno.”
Gong Yoo and Bae Doona take Korean drama to uncharted territory.
The violent Korean drama from the director of “Train to Busan” is now making a killing worldwide.
K-dramas are banned in North Korea, but that doesn’t mean the country has no opinion about the hit Netflix show.
We watched both the subbed and dubbed versions of “Squid Game” and compared them to the original.
To those riding the Korean Wave, it was only a matter of time for a TV show to break through like “Squid Game” did.
VICE spoke with “Squid Game” actor Anupam Tripathi about his role in the hit Netflix series.
We asked people: What if “Squid Game” was set in your country?
Anonymous testimonies of school violence in the hands of K-pop idols and actors have created a social media firestorm.