India has always stood out in the world for its rich culture. Known to be a welcoming country, India since long has known the art of adopting cultures from across the world without losing the original roots. In recent times, the world has seen the rise of ‘Hallyuwood’ as the third pillar of the global motion picture industry. Indian fans have also been showering their love on the K-movies, K-dramas, K-beauty and much more! Adapting to the trend early, Zee Café recently announced its line-up of K-Dramas including “Boys Over Flowers”, “Descendants Of The Sun” and “Bread, Love And Dreams” and keeping the excitement high, Zee Café collaborated with the social media sensation -Supaarwoman ‘Supriya Joshi’ for relatable reels. The association depicted a typical K-Drama fan’s celebration of Diwali.
The reels which were posted on Instagram by Supriya Joshi and Zee Café garnered good responses from the viewers. All of us K-Drama fans have certainly been scolded for our dramatic behaviour. In the reel, Supaarwoman runs in her K-Drama inspired slow-motion style. With a hopeless expression, her mother herself saves the diya on time. Who doesn’t want to look like Lee Min-Ho enjoying the bright and colourful firecrackers in the sky? But can you ignore the sound and yet carry the same expressions? Watch Supriya in the second part to know! In another K-style twist, @Supaarwoman is seen eating Indian sweets with a chopstick as her obsession for her fav K-actor is on the peak. She is also seen performing her favourite K-song in front of guests during Diwali and admiring her favourite actor Song Joon-ki while her mother anticipates Diwali gifts from her. Sounds relatable, doesn’t it?
Enjoy the reels on @Supaarwoman and @zeecafeindia and tune in to Zee Café for amazing K-Drama shows Boys Over Flowers, Descendants of the Sun and Bread, Love And Dreams