Here’s 3 character posters for upcoming KBS2 drama series “Witch’s Court.” The character posters are of Jung Ryeo-Won as Ma Yi-Deum, Yoon Hyun-Min as Yeo Jin-Wook and Jeon Kwang-Leol as Jo Gab-Soo. Caption on Jung Ryeo-Won’s poser states “Winning becomes justice. The prosecutor establishes justice by winning the case”. Caption on Yoon Hyun-Min’s poster states “Justice wins. The prosecutor punishes offenders for the victims.” The caption on Jeon Kwang-Leol’s poster states “A win is a win. There is no such thing as a clean win or a dirty win.” The drama series will follow a special team of prosecutors who tackle sex abuse cases.
“Witch’s Court” first airs October 9, 2017 in South Korea.
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Teaser poster added for upcoming action-noir film “A Special Lady” starring Kim Hye-Soo and Lee Sun-Kyun. The Korean title for the film has been recently changed from “Sojoonghan Yeoin” (“Dear Lady”) to the more mysterious “Miok.”
In addition, release date for the film is now set for November 9, 2017 in South Korea
Trailer #2 added for upcoming live-action film “Destiny: Kamakura Monogatari” starring Masato Sakai and Mitsuki Takahata. Movie is based on manga “Kamakura Monogatari” by Ryohei Saigan and directed by Takashi Yamazaki. Takashi Yamazaki previously adapted Ryohei Saigan’s manga “San-chome no Yuhi” into box-office hits “Always: Sunset on Third Street,” “Always: Sunset on Third Street 2” and “Always: Sunset on Third Street 3.”
Additionally, the theme song for the film has been announced, which is “Anata” (literally “You’) by Hikaru Utada. The theme song is featured in trailer #2.
“Destiny: Kamakura Monogatari” will be released December 9, 2017 in Japan.
Kim Nam-Joo and Ji Jin-Hee are cast for the lead roles in new JTBC drama series “Misty.” In the drama series, they will play a husband and wife who are not very close. Kim Nam-Joo will play anchorwoman Go Hye-Ran, while Ji Jin-Hee will play public defender Kang Tae-Wook. Go Hye-Ran becomes a suspect in a murder case and Kang Tae-Wook defends her in court.
“Misty” will first air January, 2018 in South Korea.
Meisa Kuroki is cast in upcoming TV Asahi drama series “Otona Koukou” starring Haruma Miura. In the drama series, Meisa Kuroki will play 32-year-old Maki Sonoda. She is single and works at a trading company. She is enrolled at Otona Koukou (Adult High School). Premise for the drama series has the Japanese government attempting to increase the country’s birthrate by enacting an “Otona Koukou” program for single adults.
“Otona Koukou” first airs October 14, 2017 in Japan.
First teaser trailer added for upcoming KBS2 drama series “Go Back Couple” starring Son Ho-Jun and Jang Na-Ra. The drama series follows a married couple in their 30’s who have fallen out of love. They somehow travel back in time to when they were in college.
“Go Back Couple” first airs October 13, 2017 in South Korea.
Teaser trailer #6 for upcoming OCN drama series “Black” starring Song Seung-Heon and Go Ara. Teaser trailer #6 shows footage of Grim Reaper Black (Song Seung-Heon) and Ha-Ram (Go Ara) meeting for the first time.
“Black’ first airs October 14, 2017 in South Korea.
Trailer added for upcoming KBS2 drama special “The Last Week of Madam Jung” starring Ra Mi-Ran and Shin Rin-Ah. Story for the drama special has Ra Mi-Ran playing a woman who has been in hiding for 7 years after she stole money from a gang boss. She then meets a young child who is the victim of domestic violence.
“The Last Week of Madam Jung” airs October 4, 2017 in South Korea.
Tsurugi Watanabe is cast in new live-action film “Hana wa Saku ka.” The live-action film is based on manga “Hana wa Saku ka” by Shoko Hidaka. Story for the film follows the romance between a 37-year-old male advertising exec and and a 19-year-old male art student.
Appropriately enough, with the literal title of film “Does the Flower Bloom?,” movie “Hana wa Saku ka” will be released sometime during spring, 2018 in Japan.
Jang Dong-Gun and Park Hyung-Sik cast in KBS2 drama series “Suits.” The drama series is a remake of U.S. television series “Suits” which aired on cable network USA from 2011. In the drama series, Jang Dong-Gun will play top attorney Choi Kyung-Seo. He hires rookie Go Yeon-Woo (Park Hyung-Sik) for his law firm.
“Suits” first airs sometime during the first half of next year in South Korea.