Lee Joon & Kang Han Na Doomed Love Story & The Power Struggles in Disney+ Historical Drama, Bloody Heart

Bloody Heart is a fictional period drama and has been dubbed as the “Romeo & Juliet” of the Joseon empire. The power struggles within the four walls of the palace get intense as the different clans fight for dominance in … Continue reading

Bridge Generation Gaps from Apple TV+ Trilingual Drama – “Pachinko”, Based on a Novel by Min Jin Lee

If you are a fan of Asian dramas based on historical world war times, then look no further! Apple TV+ Original production, Pachinko, stars an internationally renowned cast and is narrated across three languages – Korean, Japanese and English. Pachinko … Continue reading

George Ezra Returns with a New Single, “Anyone for You (Tiger Lily)” from his Third Album – Gold Rush Kid

The 28-year-old BRIT Award-winning, multi-platinum selling musician is back with Anyone For You (Tiger Lily), the latest single off his upcoming album. George Ezra dropped a few teasers on his Tiktok to keep his fans anticipating.  Gold Rush Kid shows the … Continue reading

5 Valentine’s Day Date Ideas Inspired by the Love-Hate Relationship between Jung Hae-In & Jisoo in Disney+ ‘Snowdrop’ 

According to Nielsen Korea, the South Korean romance drama – Snowdrop on Disney+, starring Jung Hae-In and BLACKPINK’s Jisoo has achieved one of the highest TV viewership ratings. While we await its climactic finale tonight, be inspired by the romantic … Continue reading

465 Presents: RRILEY Echoes Her Frustrations & (ASMR Sounds) in her Debut Single “You Should Have Said So”

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RRILEY releases her debut single – You Should Have Said So infused with unique ASMR sounds under 465, the newly launched indie-pop label founded by Zendyll and The Kennel Asia. The single is also available in Spatial Audio, providing a one-of-a-kind listening … Continue reading

Back To the Cinemas! : 32nd Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF)

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Films are given a breath of fresh air as the Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) returns to its original format for its 32nd edition this November. As one of the countries with the highest cinema-goers year-round, Executive Director of the … Continue reading