Teaser trailer #3 for TBS live-action drama series “Chugakusei Nikki” starring Kasumi Arimura and Kenshi Okada. Drama series is based on 2013 manga “Chugakusei Nikki” by Junko Kawakami. Teaser trailer #3 also reveals that “Chugakusei Nikki” will first air October 9, 2018 in Japan.
Cho Jung-Seok is set to make a cameo appearance in currently airing tvN drama series “Familiar Wife” starring Ji Sung and Han Ji-Min. Above is still images of Cho Jung-Seok in his cameo appearance for the drama series. Cho Jung-Seok will play Chef Kang who is the first love of Seo Woo-Jin (Han Ji-Min). The character of Chef Kang is the same character that Cho Jung-Seok played in 2015 tvN drama series “Oh My Ghost.”
Cho Jung-Seok accepted the cameo appearance role due to his working relationship with screenwriter Yang Hee-Seung (screenwriter for “Familiar Wife” and “Oh My Ghost”) and actress Han Ji-Min. Cho Jung-Seok and Han Ji-Min worked together previously in 2014 movie “The Fatal Encounter.”
“Familiar Wife” only has 2 episodes left, so Cho Jung-Seok’s cameo appearance will take place in one of those episodes.
Baek Jin-Hee is cast in KBS2 drama series “Happy If You Died” (literal title) co-starring Kang Ji-Hwan. The drama series is based on webcomic “Jookeodo Joa” by Goldkiwisae. For the drama series, Baek Jin-Hee will play lead female character Lee Roo-Da. Her disliked boss is Baek Jin-Sang (Kang Ji-Hwan). One night, she dreams that her boss is hit by a car.
“Happy If You Died” first airs November, 2018 in South Korea (takes over KBS2’s Wednesday and Thursday 10PM time slot after “The Ghost Detective“).
Teaser trailer #3 for MBC drama series “Terius Behind Me” starring So Ji-Sub and Jung In-Sun. The brief narration that appears towards the end of teaser #3 has Jung In-Sun stating in Korean “We were individuals who lived in the same space” and then So Ji-Sub responds “but in a totally different world.”
“Terius Behind Me” first airs September 26, 2018 in South Korea.
Mitsuki Takahata and Kento Yamazaki are cast in live-action film “Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku.” The film is based on webcomic “Wotaku ni Koi ha Muzukashii” by Fujita and will be directed by Yuichi Fukuda (“Gintama“). For the film, Mitsuki Takahata will play Narumi Momose and Kento Yamazaki will play Hirotaka Nifuji. They are both otaku (the girl a fan of boys’ love manga and the boy a fan of gaming) and they decide to date.
Filming for “Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku” will take place from October to November, 2018. The film will be released via Toho sometime next year in Japan.
English subtitled trailer for movie “The Soul-Mate” starring Ma Dong-Seok, Kim Young-Kwang and Lee Yoo-Young. The film will be released in South Korea with the English title of “Wonderful Ghost,” but released as “The Soul-Mate” internationally. Movie follows a judo master (Ma Dong-Seok) and a deceased cop (Kim Young-Kwang) as they cross paths in a hospital.
“The Soul-Mate” will be released September 26, 2018 in South Korea.
Yeon Woo-Jin, Jung Yoo-Mi and Park Yong-Woo are cast in upcoming OCN drama series “Priest.” Yeon Woo-Jin and Jung Yoo-Mi will play lead characters Oh Soo-Min and Ham Eun-Ho respectively, while Park Yong-Woo will play major supporting character Moon Ki-Sun. The drama series will follow a young priest who performs exorcisms (Yeon Woo-Jin) and an emergency room doctor (Jung Yoo-Mi).
“Priest” will first air this November in South Korea (takes over OCN’s Saturday and Sunday 10:20 PM time slot after “The Player“).
Teaser trailer #3 added for upcoming SBS drama series “Where Stars Land” starring Lee Je-Hoon and Chae Soo-Bin. Teaser trailer #3 is most notable for having actress Chae Soo-Bin appearing for the first time in the drama series. The drama series is set at Incheon International Airport.
Meanwhile, here’s 4 character posters from the upcoming drama series. The character posters are of Lee Je-Hoon as Lee Soo-Yeon, Chae Soo-Bin as Han Yeo-Reum, Lee Dong-Gun as Seo In-Woo and Kim Ji-Soo as Yang Seo-Koon.
“Where Stars Land” first airs October 1, 2018 in South Korea.
5 posters and teaser trailer #5 for SBS drama series “Heart Surgeons” starring Ko Soo, Uhm Ki-Joon and Seo Ji-Hye. The drama series previously went under the early working title of “Two Lives One Heart .” The 5 posters consists of two main posters and 3 character posters of Ko Soo as Park Tae-Soo, Uhm Ki-Joon as Choi Seok-Han and Seo Ji-Hye as Yoon Soo-Yeon.
“Heart Surgeons” first airs September 27, 2018 in South Korea.
Teaser poster for KBS2 drama series “Matrimonial Chaos” starring Cha Tae-Hyun, Bae Doo-Na, Lee El and Son Seok-Koo. The drama series is a remake of 2013 Fuji TV drama series “Matrimonial Chaos” starring Eita, Machiko Ono, Yoko Maki and Gou Ayano. The teaser poster has Cha Tae-Hyun holding up a “divorce agreement” document. The document has 3 stipulations: 1.) We divorce October 8th 2.) We live together for awhile and 3.) free love.
“Matrimonial Chaos” first airs October 8, 2018 in South Korea.