Tanu I. Raj

On new single ‘Moonlight Sunrise’, TWICE embrace their evolved ethos with a sultry smoothness

Their second ever English single, ‘Moonlight Sunrise’ signals a newly confident chapter in TWICE’s story

GOT The Beat – ‘Stamp On It’ review: generational talents play to their strengths

The SM Entertainment supergroup’s first mini-album is a commanding debut offering, though questions of identity remain

‘The Forbidden Marriage’ review: Park Ju-hyun shines in this wobbly web-novel adaptation

Despite great humor and witty writing, this adaptation lacks the nuances that made the characters of its source material so endearing

‘Alchemy of Souls: Light And Shadow’ review: hyped fantasy K-drama sharpens its focus

The second season of ‘Alchemy of Souls’ is shaping up to be better than the first thanks to tight pacing and focused storytelling

KARA – ‘Move Again’ review: K-pop stalwarts return with a warm, nostalgic hug

On their first new album in seven years, KARA dip back into familiar sounds to look back on their past

Red Velvet – ‘The ReVe Festival 2022 – Birthday’ review: a promising step to an exciting new era

Celebrating their strengths while keeping the element of surprise, this mini-album is better than Red Velvet’s other recent releases

‘Somebody’ review: a half-baked serial killer romance

Despite a stellar cast, suspense and an intriguing story, this Netflix K-drama forgets about pacing and context

BIBI – ‘Lowlife Princess: Noir’ review: a visceral tale of pain, heartbreak and revenge

On her first full-length album, BIBI claims her place as one of K-pop’s most engaging and evocative storytellers

‘Curtain Call’ review: a compelling pauper-turned-prince tale

This K-drama promises an emotionally charged watch with its intriguing premise and stellar star cast led by Kang Ha-neul and Ha ji-won

(G)I-DLE – ‘I Love’ Review: a great concept suffers from repetitive and forgettable execution

The girl group’s powerful messaging is let down by unimaginative composition