Jan 23 2019

New teaser trailers and character posters for JTBC drama series “Legal High”

Teaser trailers #3 & #4 and character teaser posters added for JTBC drama series “Legal High” starring Jin Goo and Seo Eun-Su. Teaser trailer #3 is notable as it shows actual footage from the drama series for the first time and teaser trailer #4 is a character teaser trailer for attorneys Ko Tae-Rim (Jin Goo) and Seo Jae-In (Seo Eun-Su). The character posters above and below are also of Ko Tae-Rim (Jin Goo) and Seo Jae-In (Seo Eun-Su). The drama series is a remake of 2012 Fuji TV drama series “Legal High.”

“Legal High” first airs February 8, 2019 in South Korea.

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Jan 23 2019

Main trailer for movie “Children’s Restaurant”

Main trailer for movie “Children’s Restaurant” (literal title of “Kodomo Shokudo”) starring Kanata Fujimoto and Rio Suzuki. The film is directed by Taro Hyugaji (“Under The Nagasaki Sky“) and original screenplay written by Shin Adachi (“100 Yen Love“). The movie follows 5th grader Yuto Takano (Kanata Fujimoto) and his family who runs a restaurant. Yuto Takano then meets two girls who live with their father in a car. The girls father then disappears.

“Children’s Restaurant” will be released March 23, 2019 in Japan.

Jan 23 2019

Ju Ji-Hoon character teaser trailer for MBC drama series “Item”

Ju Ji-Hoon character teaser trailer added for MBC drama series “Item” starring Ju Ji-Hoon, Jin Se-Yun and Kim Kang-Woo. The teaser trailer follows character teaser trailers for Jin Se-Yun and Kim Kang-Woo. In the drama series, Ju Ji-Hoon plays prosecutor Kang Gon. He comes across a conspiracy involving supernatural powers. Above and below are two new main posters for the drama series.

“Item” first airs February 11, 2019 in South Korea.

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Jan 23 2019

Byun Yo-Han cast in drama series “City of Stars”

Byun Yo-Han is cast in drama series “City of Stars” (literal title). The drama series will be directed by Jang Jin. In the drama series, Byun Yo-Han will play Yoo Dong-Ha. He is a former Air Force pilot, but he has not flown since he began having claustrophobia. He then is selected for a program to train potential astronauts.

“City of Stars” is tentatively scheduled to air sometime during the second half of this year. Network to broadcast the drama series has not yet been decided.

Jan 23 2019

Teaser trailer & poster for live-action film “The Great War of Archimedes”

Teaser trailer & poster added for live-action film “The Great War of Archimedes” staring Masaki Suda, Hiroshi Tachi and Minami Hamabe. Movie is based on manga “Archimedes no Taisen” by Norifusa Mita (“Dragon Zakura“) and directed by Takashi Yamazaki (“The Eternal Zero“). Caption on the teaser poster states in Japanese “This is the story of a man who tries to stop the war with mathematics.”

“The Great War of Archimedes” is now scheduled for release July 26, 2019 in Japan.

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Jan 22 2019

Taisuke Fujigaya cast in Fuji TV-Tokai TV drama series “Mirror Twins Season 1” and WOWOW drama series “Mirror Twins Season 2”

Taisuke Fujigaya (‘Kis-My-Ft.2’) is cast for double lead roles in Fuji TV-Tokai TV drama series “Mirror Twins Season 1” and WOWOW drama series “Mirror Twins Season 2.” In the drama series, Taisuke Fujigaya will play Detective Keigo Katsuragi and his twin brother Yugo Katsuragi. In season 1, an attempted murder takes place and the same DNA of Keigo Katsuragi is found at the crime scene. Keigo Katsuragi suspects the DNA is that of his twin brother Yugo.

“Mirror Twins Season 1” first airs April 6, 2019 and consists of 8 episodes. “Mirror Twins Season 2” will first air June 8, 2019 and consists of 4 episodes.

Jan 22 2019

Tsuyoshi Kusanagi cast for lead role in movie “Typhoon Family”

Tsuyoshi Kusanagi is cast for the lead role in movie “Typhoon Family” (literal title). Also cast in supporting roles are Hirofumi Arai, Megumi, Tomoya Nakamura, Machiko Ono, Mahiru Coda, Erika Osanai, Ryuya Wakaba, Rumi Sakakibara and Tatsuya Fuji. The film is written and directed by Masahide Ichii (“Blindly in Love“). Story for “Typhoon Family” revolves around four siblings played by Tsuyoshi Kusanagi, Hirofumi Arai, Megumi and Tomoya Nakamura as they hold a fake funeral for their missing parents so they can divide up their property. Their parents robbed a bank 10 years ago and then disappeared. Filming for “Typhoon Family” took place July, 2018 in Sano, Tochigi Prefecture and Fujioka, Gunma Prefecture.

“Typhoon Family” will be released June, 2019 in Japan.