Midsommar is Ari Aster’s (Hereditary) latest slow-burn horror that witnesses a group of American grad students get caught up in a Swedish folk cult during the festival of Midsummer. Dani (Florence Pugh) is heavily grieving after hearing some disastrous news – to try and take her mind off things she tags along with her boyfriend, […]

KNK, a South Korean idol group, first saw the light of day in 2016 when they debuted on the domestic market. They relatively quickly made a name for themselves with their mature and serious looks, music and gentlemen attires. In 2017, a huge crowd welcomed their performance at the Feel Korea concert in London and […]

The members of Bursters did not have any particular expectations when they arrived to the UK for the first time ever. “For years, I’ve wanted to come to the UK; now that I’m here, everything is so new to me… and this is our first time outside of Korea (laughs) so being here is amazing. […]

Musicals are a rarity in South Korean cinema, even if there are South Korean productions out there with traces of music themes, thrown into the middle of the film or found close to the end credits – but that does not qualify those movies as musicals. Swing Kids, directed by Kang Hyeong-cheol (Tazza: The Hidden Card), […]

Backstreet Boys have it all, it seems, but it has not always been a life of ease for the members. Although the group went through hardships both in personal and professional life, it only made them stronger. The times when flowers, underwear and mascots were showering the stage may be over, but it seems that […]

After years of success in the East, but hardly any notice by the West, it used to be hard to imagine that Korean pop music could take over the West, especially in such a short period of time. Due to the immense rise in the popularity, the success of Korean pop artists is now by […]