Here’s 2 main posters for upcoming MBC weekday evening drama series “Enemies from the Past” starring Choi Yoon-Young and Gu Won. Caption on the posters states “…write family and read enemy.” Story for the drama series will revolve around main characters Choi Go-Ya (Choi Yoon-Young) and Min Ji-Seok (Gu Won) and whether they can marry.
In addition, teaser trailer #2 has been added on AsianWiki. “Enemies from the Past” first airs November 27, 2017 in South Korea.
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Main trailer for movie “The Scythian Lamb” starring Ryo Nishikido, Fumino Kimura and Ryuhei Matsuda. Movie is based on manga “Hitsuji no Ki” by Tatsuhiko Yamagami and directed by Daihachi Yoshida. Story for the film is set in a quiet seaside town. A city hall employee played by Ryo Nishikido is ordered to greet 6 new residents to the town. What he doesn’t know yet are all 6 of the new residents are part of a new Japanese program to help reform prisoners and they have all committed murder.
“The Scythian Lamb” opens February 3, 2018 in Japan.
Here’s 3 main posters for upcoming JTBC drama series “Just Between Lovers” starring Lee Joon-Ho and Won Jin-A. The drama series depicts the romance of Lee Gang-Doo (Lee Joon-Ho) and Ha Moon-Soo (Won Jin-A) who lost loved ones in the same accident.
“Just Between Lovers” first airs December 11, 2017 in South Korea.
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Suho (‘EXO’) is cast for the lead male role in upcoming drama series “Rich Man, Poor Woman.” The drama series is a remake of 2012 Fuji TV drama series “Rich Man, Poor Woman .” In addition, actress Ha Yeon-Soo is still considering an offer to play the lead female role in the drama series. For “Rich Man, Poor Woman,” Suho will play the CEO of an IT company.
Exact network and airing dates has yet to be decided for “Rich Man, Poor Woman.”
Mackenyu Arata is cast in new NTV drama series “Kiss that Kills” starring Kento Yamazaki and Mugi Kadowaki. For drama series “Kiss that Kills,” Mackenyu Arata will play major supporting character Takauji Namiki. He is the son of a CEO and he is a figure who holds a key to the story. Takauji Namiki is in conflict with Otaro Dojima (Kento Yamazaki).
“Kiss that Kills” airs January, 2018 in Japan.
Teaser trailer #2 added for upcoming KBS2 drama series “Black Knight: The Man Who Guards Me” (English title) starring Kim Rae-Won and Shin Se-Kyung. Meanwhile the promotional photos above are of Kim Rae-Won, Shin Se-Kyung and Seo Ji-Hye. The three performers are all holding up handwritten signs encouraging students about to take their college entrance exams (CSAT) to do well. Kim Rae-Won’s sign states “Wish you luck,” while Shin Se-Kyung’s sign states “CSAT test takers, fighting” and Seo Ji-Hye’s sign states “Don’t get nervous and cheer up to the end of the test… CSAT test takers, fighting.” The CSAT test takes place in South Korea on November 16, 2017.
“Black Knight: The Man Who Guards Me” first airs December 6, 2017 in South Korea.
Teaser trailer added for upcoming live-action film “My Little Monster” starring Masaki Suda and Tao Tsuchiya. Movie is based on mang series “Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun” by Robico and directed by Sho Tsukikawa (“Let Me Eat Your Pancreas“).
In addition, the teaser trailer reveals that “My Little Monster” will be released April 27, 2018 in Japan.
Main trailer added for upcoming movie “Steel Rain” starring Jung Woo-Sung and Kwak Do-Won. The film is based on webcomic “Steel Rain” by Yang Woo-Suk and directed by Yang Woo-Seok. Story for the film is set in the near future and has North Korean escapee Eom Chul-Woo (Jung Woo-Sung) collaborating with South Korean government official Kwak Chul-Woo (Kwak Do-Won) collaborating to prevent an all war on the Korean peninsula.
In addition, and especially good news for international fans, Korean movie distributor NEW and Netflix has reached a deal to stream 3 of NEW’s upcoming films “Steel Rain,” “Psychokinesis” and “The Chase” on Netflix worldwide. The deal between NEW and Netflix was reached during the American Film Market, when the films will be available on Netflix has not yet been revealed.
“Steel Rain” opens December 20, 2017 in South Korea.
Nana Komatsu & Yo Oizumi are cast in live-action film “Koi wa Ameagari no You ni” (literally “Love is Like After the Rain”). Movie is based on manga series “Koi wa Ameagari no You ni” by Jun Mayuzuki and directed by Akira Nagai. The story for the film has Nana Komatsu playing 17-year-old high school student Akira Tachibana. At a family restaurant, she meets the restaurant’s 45-year-old manager (Yo Oizumi) and falls in love with him.
Filming for “Koi wa Ameagari no You ni” begins November 15, 2017 and finishes at the end of December, 2017. The live-action film will be released May, 2018 in Japan.
First teaser trailer added for upcoming KBS2 drama series “Jugglers” starring Daniel Choi and Baek Jin-Hee. The teaser trailer begins with supporting actor Kim Chang-Wan asking “what are jugglers?” Narration then by Jung Sung-Ho plays and he explains that “jugglers refers to a group of multitasking secretaries who can carry out various work with either hand. Their ability as a secretary is beyond human limitations.”
“Jugglers” first airs December 4, 2017 in South Korea.