The current boom of K-dramas in India has been in the works for decades. First, it spread in the North Eastern part of India. Then we saw it on Zee Zindagi. And finally, during the pandemic, the frenzy took over the country. Korean is now the fastest growing language in the country. In this episode of The Suno India Show, host Suryatapa Mukherjee speaks to Deepanjana Pal about why we love Kdramas. Deepanjana is an author of fiction and non-fiction novels and the managing editor of the Film Companion website.
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