Lee Je-Hoon & Na Moon-Hee are cast in new movie “I Can Speak.” The film will be directed by Kim Hyun-Seok (“Cyrano Agency“). In the upcoming movie, Lee Je-Hoon plays low-level civil servant employee Park Min-Jae. He is flooded with complaints filed by elderly woman Na Ok-Boon played Na Moon-Hee. Na Ok-Boon is the type that feels she should be compensated whenever she is wronged. Somehow, Park Min-Jae begins giving English lessons to Na Moon-Hee.
Filming for “I Can Speak” begins at the end of this month.
Ji Hyun-Woo has been offered the lead male role in upcoming MBC drama series “Bad Thief, Good Thief” co-starring Seohyun (‘Girls’ Generation’). Currently, Ji Hyun-Woo is considering the offer positively.
“Bad Thief, Good Thief” first airs May, 2017 in South Korea.
First trailer for movie “The Sheriff In Our Town” starring Lee Sung-Min, Cho Jin-Woong & Kim Sung-Kyun. Story for “The Sheriff In Our Town” follows ex-detective Dae-Ho (Lee Sung-Min). He considers himself the sheriff in his neighborhood. Then, a Seoul businessman (Cho Jin-Woong) moves into the neighborhood and Dae-Ho begins to suspect that he is a drug dealer.
“The Sheriff In Our Town” opens May, 2017 in South Korea.
Teaser trailer for upcoming movie “The King’s Case Note” starring Lee Sun-Kyun & Ahn Jae-Hong. Movie follows the path of “Detective K” with a historical backdrop and a detective and his sidekick investigating cases. This time around the detective played by Lee Sun-Kyun is actually the King, who likes to moonlight as a detective in his free time, and his sidekick is record keeper Yoon Yi-Seo played by Ahn Jae-Hong.
“The King’s Case Note” will be released this April in South Korea.
Kang Ha-Neul and Kim Moo-Yul are cast in new movie “Night of Memory” (literal title). The film is directed by Jang Hang-Jun. In the movie, Kang Ha-Neul and Kim Moo-Yul will play brothers. The older brother, played by Kim Moo-Yul, is kidnapped, but he returns 19 days later. It’s like he’s become a different person and his younger brother attempts to find out the truth behind his disappearance. Filming for “Night of Memory” began March 11, 2017.
Here’s two character posters for upcoming film “One Day” starring Kim Nam-Gil and Chun Woo-Hee. Caption for Kim Nam-Gil’s character poster states “I did not imagine that kind of thing would happen to me,” while caption for Chun Woo-Hee’s character poster states “Would you do me a favor?” Story for “One Day” revolves around an insurance agent (Kim Nam-Gil) who goes to check on a comatose woman (Chun Woo-Hee) in the hospital, but he ends up meeting her ghost. Movie is directed by Lee Yoon-Ki.
“One Day” opens April, 2017 in South Korea.
Main trailer and poster added for upcoming movie “One Day” starring Kim Nam-Gil & Chun Woo-Hee. The film is directed by romance film aficionado Lee Yoon-Ki. Setup for “One Day” has insurance agent Gang-Soo (Kim Nam-Gil) driving out to a hospital to check on a woman in a coma. At the hospital he meets the woman, but it’s her ghost. Add that tasty scenario with Lee Yoon-Ki’s penchant to pair together extraordinary leads (Gong Yoo & Jeon Do-Yeon in “A Man and A Woman“/Hyun-Bin & Lim Soo-Jung in “Come Rain Come Shine“/Ha Jung-Woo & Jeon Do-Yeon in “My Dear Enemy“) and you have one film you probably don’t want to miss.
“One Day” opens April, 2017 in South Korea.
English subtitled trailer for movie “Daddy You, Daughter Me” (English title) starring Yoon Je-Moon & Jung So-Min. Movie is based on 2006 Japanese novel “Papa to Musume no Nanokakan” by Takahisa Igarashi.
“Daddy You, Daughter Me” opens April 13, 2017 in South Korea.
Kim Young-Kwang & Lee Si-Young are now cast for lead roles in upcoming MBC drama series “Lookout” (literal title). In the drama series, Kim Young-Kwan will play Jang Do-Han. He is an ambitious public prosecutor, but, due to an unjust situation, he becomes a monster for revenge. Lee Si-Young will play Jo Soo-Ji. She is an ex-detective. She lost her daughter in a crime and the perpetrator was able to avoid punishment. She joins a group to punish the criminal.
“Lookout” first airs May, 2017 in South Korea (takes over MBC’s Monday and Tuesday 10PM time slot after “Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People“).
Cho Jung-Seok is cast in new movie “Drug King” (literal title) co-starring Song Kang-Ho. The duo previously appeared together in 2013 box-office hit “The Face Reader.” Also cast in supporting roles are Lee Sung-Min, Yoon Je-Moon and Kim So-Jin. The film is written and directed by Woo Min-Ho (“Inside Men“). Story for the film is set in Busan during the 1970’s. Song Kang-Ho will play a drug smuggler and Cho Jung-Seok will play a public prosecutor out to take him down. “Drug King” will be distributed by Showbox.