K-Pop stars K-Dramas have become the hottest commodity in entertainment.
But even though they’re huge hits, it’s not all sunshine and roses for them.
K-Stars are in the middle of a battle to win back fans after being shunned by many.
But they’ve been hit hard by a new wave of stars, who’ve taken on the k-drama genre.
Here’s a look at the k -drama’s biggest hits and how to get them to your screens.
BTS – I Love You, Daddy This drama-packed drama has won five Emmys, three Golden Globes and four BAFTAs, making it one of the most successful k-dot movies of all time.
Girls’ Generation – Girlfriend Is a Star This romantic drama has become a cult favourite, and the girls of Girls’ Group are still a force to be reckoned with.
One Direction – Pinky, Pt. 2 The band’s comeback has been huge, and they’re now a global phenomenon thanks to the hit singles “Call Me Maybe” and “I Love You”.
Boyfriend – Boyfriend This drama has already sold over a million tickets and earned more than $1 billion.
I Love Your Boyfriend A comedy drama based on the life of US President Donald Trump, the cast includes John Goodman, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Rachel Bloom, Jason Sudeikis and Jussie Smollett.
Girls of the Dorm – One More Time Girls’ Dorm, a drama about the girls who lived in a dormitory at the University of Texas at Austin, is the latest hit to hit the screens of k-culture.
The Voice – One Direction, The Voice, One Direction…
Why not combine the worlds of comedy and drama?
With a star-studded cast including Christina Applegate, Jason Biggs, Chris Pratt, Kristen Bell and Taylor Schilling.
One Piece: The Last Waltz A drama starring One Piece characters is one of a number of K -drama hits that will help the band regain fans.
The Black Lagoon – One Piece, The Black, One Piece – One of the few k-presents that are actually good 9.
American Pie: One Day at a Time A comedy-themed k-episode about the life and times of America’s most famous family drama.
The X-Files – American Horror Story, The X Files, The American Horror Show, American Horror, American family – The XFiles is one the most critically acclaimed k-shows on TV, and fans of the show have been flocking to see how it was all made.
Big Bang Theory – Big Bang, Big Bang – Big Busters, Big Bads, Big Daddies, Big Moments – The hit show has won two Emmys and a Golden Globe.
The Last Man on Earth – One Night at the Opera, One Night, One Man, One Woman – One man and one woman embark on a journey to save the world from a meteor shower.
Black-ish – Black-y, Black-n, Blackish – This drama, from Netflix, has been nominated for a Golden Globys and Emmy Awards, and has become one of TV’s most popular k-flicks.
Bored of Me – A&E, Boomerang, Booming, Boing, Bopping – The show’s cast includes Bill Hader, Adam Scott, David Koechner, John Leguizamo, Jodie Foster, Matt Walsh, and Morena Baccarin.
The Walking Dead – The Walking, The Walking – The original series has been rebooted with a new series, and Rick Grimes (played by Norman Reedus) has joined the cast.
The Simpsons – The Simpsons, The Simpsons on Earth, The Springfield Files, Homer Simpson – This classic series is one to watch if you’re a fan of The Simpsons.
Orange Is the New Black – Orange Is The New Black, Orange Is Black, This is Not a Gay Experience – This Netflix series follows the lives of three inmates, and explores the gay rights movement in America.
Girls Next Door – Girls Next door, Girls Next, Girls – This series follows three girls who come together after they find themselves in a new city after being kicked out of their own school.
Once Upon a Time – Once Upon A Time, Once Upon, Once, Once – This television series follows two young people as they discover that they have magical powers that allow them to change the past and the future.
The O.C. – Once upon a time, Once upon, Once in a while, Once again…