Here’s the first still images of Yoon Gyun-Sang in upcoming SBS drama series “Doubtful Victory.” In addition, first teaser trailer for “Doubtful Victory” has been added on AsianWiki. Drama series “Doubtful Victory” follows an escapee from death row who takes up the identity of a detective.
“Doubtful Victory” first airs November 27, 2017 in South Korea.
Ko Hyun-Jung and Lee Jin-Wook are cast for lead roles in new SBS drama series “Return.” Ko Hyun-Jung will play Choi Ja-Hye. She is a host of TV court show “Return” and also a lawyer. Lee Jin-Wook will play Dokgo Young. He is a detective. Park Ki-Woong is also cast in a supporting role. Park Ki-Woong will play Kang In-Ho. His character is the director a large company.
“Return” will first air Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10PM beginning January, 2018 in South Korea.
Here’s the first still images of Shin Se-Kyung & Kim Rae-Won in KBS2 drama series “Black Knight: The Man Who Guards Me” (English title). Shin Se-Kyung’s still images are from set at a castle in Slovenia. Filming in Slovenia took place from October 23, 2017 to November 1, 2017. Shin Se-Kyung, Kim Rae-Won and other cast members took part in filming in Slovenia. For the drama series Shin Se-Kyung plays Jung Hae-Ra. She works at a travel agency and supports her family.
“Black Knight: The Man Who Guards Me” first airs December, 2017 in South Korea.
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Teaser trailer #2 added for upcoming MBC weekend drama series “Money Flower” starring Jang Hyuk and Park Se-Young. “Money Flower” first airs Saturday, November 11, 2017 in South Korea.
Ju Ji-Hoon & Ryoo Seung-Ryong are cast for upcoming Netflix drama series “Kingdom” co-starring Bae Doo-Na. Filming for the drama series began at the end of last month. For Ju Ji-Hoon, he will play the Crown Prince of Joseon. He investigates a mysterious epidemic and uncovers a truth that threatens the country. Ryoo Seung-Ryong will play Jo Hak-Joo. His character actually wields more power than the King.
“Kingdom” will be available to stream on Netflix sometime next year.
Lee Seung-Gi is cast for the lead male role in upcoming tvN drama series “Hwayuki” co-starring Cha Seung-Won and Oh Yeon-Seo. In the drama series, Lee Seung-Gi will play Son O-Gong. His character possesses a special power and he excels in the martial arts. He commits a major misdeed in Heaven which causes him to get kicked out and sent to Earth. While among the humans, Son O-Gong gets involved with King Wooma (Cha Seung-Won) and Jin Sun-Mi (Oh Yeon-Seo ). Son O-Gong and King Wooma then begin a journey to sweep out the demons disturbing this world. For Lee Seung-Gi, this will be his first acting role since being discharged from the military on October 31, 2017. The drama series is based on the classic Chinese novel“Journey to the West,” but set in the present day.
“Hwayuki” will first air December, 2017 in South Korea.
Kang Ji-Hwan and Kim Ok-Vin have been offered lead roles in new OCN drama series “Children of The Lesser God” (working and literal title). Both performers are currently considering their offers positively. If they both accept, they would play detectives with quite different dispositions. The male detective is logical and smart. The female detective possesses a superhuman ability with her vision. The drama series will be directed by Kang Shin-Hyo.
“Children of The Lesser God” will air sometime during the first half of 2018 in South Korea.
OCN has announced that the network will air sequel drama series “Voice 2” sometime next year in South Korea. Cast or staff members for the sequel drama series has not yet been decided. The original “Voice” drama series aired during the winter, 2017 time frame with Jang Hyuk andLee Ha-Na playing the lead characters.
Here’s two main posters tvN drama series “Wise Prison Life” (literal title) starring Park Hae-Soo and Jung Kyoung-Ho. The drama series is scheduled to first air November 22, 2017, taking over tvN’s Wednesday and Thursday 9:30 PM time slot after “Avengers Social Club.”
First script reading for SBS drama series “Nothing to Lose” took place October 23, 2017 at SBS Ilsan Production Center in Tanhyun, South Korea. The first script reading featured main cast members including Park Eun-Bin, Yeon Woo-Jin, Dong Ha, Na Hae-Ryung (‘BESTie’) and Lee Deok-Hwa. Story for “Nothing to Lose” has Park Eun-Bin playing a judge. She tries to reveal the secret of her older brother’s death and gets help from a fellow judge played by Yeon Woo-Jin.
“Nothing to Lose” first airs November 22, 2017 in South Korea (takes over SBS’ Wednesday and Thursday 10PM time slot after “While You Were Sleeping“).