As a previous awardee of KOFICE’s grant for overseas communities promoting Korean culture, the London Korean Drama Club (LKDC) has been advised of an exciting new Kpop music streaming service called mubeat, to launch in a few months from now. Operated by Vlending, a joint-venture between two of the three large national broadcasters of South […]

We have noticed and taken note that a number of our London Korean Drama Club (LKDC) members originate from Malaysia. As such, as to further opportunities for you and fans of other origins, we have established a partnership with Kmania – aka Malaysian Critics Circle and Fans Society Club -, a newly formed Malaysia-based club […]

A student in Media and Communication at Kingston University is conducting a survey on viewing patterns of UK residents regarding Korean television series. As founders of the London Korean Drama Club and distributors of Korean webdramas, we would like to invite you to help him by answering the 26 questions contained in the following online […]

Disappointed by the lack of Korean dramas legally available to watch in the UK, we have decided to take the matter in our own hands, and embrace the growing trend of webdramas. The first webdrama we will bring you under the banner of the London Korean Drama Club is TOUCHING YOU, winner of the Best Actress (Song Ha-yoon) […]

Have never played paintball or not for a while? This is a great opportunity to experience it for the first time together with other fans of Korean dramas. Whether you have watched City Hunter (which we highly recommend, for girls and boys!) or not, you are very welcome to join and bring your friends. We […]

We mentioned back our Daehan Drama Awards 2015, that a new online service called K-Online Television would launch this summer. It started with several podcasts since June 13, which was the first phase, before kicking off its radio stream by end of July then audiovisual stream by end of August. The London Korean Drama Club is teaming […]

For all those who joined us on Saturday 11 June but also those who couldn’t/didn’t, we are glad to let you know the KCCUK has edited and released a highlights video of the K-Lovers’ Day events. We hope you enjoy it and for those who came that it might give you the same feeling of […]

Besides Turkey, we are seeing an increasing number of European countries dipping their toes in adaptations of Korean remakes. While across the Atlantic none of the adaptations have been able to make it beyond the pilot episodes, we are seeing signs of a more cautious yet not less serious interest in Korean scripted creativity. With Kanal […]

After the success of our first panel talk at the Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) last year, we are proud to announce, with the support of KOFICE, our next panel talk, dedicated to Korean scripted formats. Formats are basically the defining narrative elements of a show, be it an entertainment or a fictional series. With the […]

As you may know already through our Facebook and MeetUp events, the Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK) is hosting a special day dedicated to all things Korean culture with all relevant London-based organizations joining for presentations and coordinating their own events. The London Korean Drama Club will be there side-by-side with LoKo Kpop Dance Workshop, […]