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  • Eun Jae: looks like a cinnamon roll, could actually kill you
  • Ye Eun: looks like a cinnamon roll, is actually a cinnamon roll
  • Jin Myung: looks like she could kill you, is actually a cinnamon roll
  • Yi Na: looks like she could kill you, could actually kill you
  • Ji Won: wants to be a sinnamon roll
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11 K-Drama Couples That Met On Set And Married In Real Life

11 K-Drama Couples That Met On Set And Married In Real Life

Song Hye Kyo and Song Joong Ki, who met on the set of the 2016 drama “Descendants of the Sun,” just announced their upcoming nuptials, rocking the world with their happy news. Let’s take a look at other K-drama couples who made shippers’ dreams sail by tying the knot in real life.

Ku Hye Sun and Ahn Jae Hyun

They met on the set of their 2015 drama “Blood” and married a year later in 2016.

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A tree with deep roots,
Because the wind sways it not,
Blossoms Abundantly
And bears fruit.
The water from a deep spring,
Because a drought dries it not,
Becomes a stream
And flows to the sea.
   -
from Yongbieocheonga (Songs of the Dragons Flying to Heaven)

The list of Korean Sageuks

Q. If you don’t mind me asking, can you recommend some good sageuks?

Well, I don’t know what kind of Korean historical drama/movie you would like. (Trendy? Traditional? Political? Romantic? Timeslip?) So, I made the following list of Korean Sageuks (mostly since 2000~) in chronological order. You can pick up anything you want. :)


★ = Good for beginners (You don’t have to know much about Korean history in advance)
◯ = Daebak (popular in South Korea. More than 30% viewership ratings on TV, or over 7 million tickets at the box office.)
◉ = Hallyu hit (popular in foreign countries)
↗ = Timeslip genre
♡ = Romance-centric, or Erotic
◀ = My favorites

Title in Bold + Italic  = My recommendation


■ Three Kingdom period 삼국시대 三國時代  (37 BC - 668 AD)

▣  Goguryeo 고구려 高句麗  (37 BC – 668 AD)

  • 2006 MBC  Jumong / Prince of the Legend 주몽 朱蒙 (BC 58~ BC 19) ★◯◉
  • 2008 KBS  The Land of the Winds 바람의 나라 (AD 4~44)
  • 2009 SBS  Princess Ja-Myung / Ja Myung Go 왕녀 자명고 自鳴鼓 (?~32) ♡
  • 2007 MBC The Legend / The Story of the First King’s Four Gods 태왕사신기 太王四神記 (374~412) ★◯◉
  • 2011 KBS  Gwanggaeto, The Great Conqueror 광개토태왕 廣開土太王 (374~412)
  • 2013 KBS  The Blade and Petal 칼과 꽃 (618~642)
  • 2006 SBS  Yeon Gaesomun 연개소문 淵蓋蘇文 (603~666)

▣  Kaya 가야 伽倻 (42–562)

  • 2010 MBC  Kim Su-Ro, The Iron King 철의 제왕 김수로 金首露 (42~199)

▣  Baekje 백제 百濟 (18 BC – 660 AD)

  • 2010 KBS  The King of Legend 근초고왕 近肖古王 (285~375)
  • 2013 MBC  King’s Daughter, Soo Baek Hyang 제왕의 딸 수백향 (501~523)
  • 2005 SBS  Song of the Prince / The Ballad of Seodong 서동요 薯童謠 (580~641)  ★◯♡◀
  • 2011 MBC  Gye-Baek 계백 階伯 (?~660)

▣  Silla 신라 新羅 (57 BC – 935 AD)

  • 2016 KBS  Hwarang : The Poet Warrior Youth 화랑 花郞 (526~576)  ★♡
  • 2010 MBC  Queen Seondeok 선덕여왕 善德女王 (576~647) ★◯◉♡◀
  • 2012 KBS  King’s Dream 대왕의 꿈 (604~661)

▣  Unification of Three Kingdoms 삼국 통일 (660~668)

  • 1992 KBS  The Tales of Three Kingdoms 삼국기 三國記 (576~668)
  • 2011 MBC  Gye-Baek 계백 階伯 (607~660)
  • 2012 KBS  King’s Dream 대왕의 꿈 (604~661)
  • 2003 Movie  Once Upon a Time in a Battlefield 황산벌 荒山伐 (660)
  • 2011 Movie  Battlefield Heroes 평양성 平壤城 (668)

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I honestly never believed I would ship this but boy, was I wrong. I think I want Taltal and Seung Nyang to have a relationship more than any other ship I’ve shipped in the past.
The amount of chemistry between these two is mind-blowing. It really pales in comparison to her relationships with Wang Yoo and Ta Hwan. And to think they’ve never even been hinted as having feelings for each other! (at least not Seung Nyang -Taltal on the other hand..I felt this scene made it clear that he did in fact have feelings for her, just repressed…like all of his emotions)
And good gravy, Taltal’s tears. He’s cried before but there was something almost special about it now. This scene on the whole was just amazing.

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We must be hidden yet be alive.
We must be invisible, 
but we must give lively energy to the tree, leaves and flower petals.
On the ground called history, 
the root should be hidden and yet be rooted strongly and deeply.
We are…
this ground’s hidden root.