Frst script reading for SBS drama series “Thirty But Seventeen” took place May 16, 2018 at SBS Studio in Tanhyun, Ilsan, South Korea. Main cast members including Yang Se-Jong, Shin Hye-Sun, Ahn Hyo-Seop, Ye Ji-Won, Wang Ji-Won & Jung Eugene attended the first script reading. The first script reading took approximately 4 hours to finish. After the first script reading, director Jo Soo-Won stated “It’s better after the actual script reading than just the script itself. I think I will spend a hot summer.”
“Thirty But Seventeen” first airs July 23, 2018 in South Korea.
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Teaser trailer and poster added for movie “Eating Women” starring Kyoko Koizumi, Erika Sawajiri, Atsuko Maeda, Alice Hirose and Yu Yamada. Movie is based on “Taberu Onna” and “Zoku ・ Taberu Onna” by Tomomi Tsutsui and directed by Jiro Shono.
“Eating Women” will be released September 21, 2018.
First teaser trailer added for upcoming JTBC drama series “My ID Is Gangnam Beauty” starring Lim Soo-Hyang and Cha Eun-Woo. The drama series is based on webcomic “Nae IDneun Gangnammiin” by Gi Maeng-Gi. In addition, the teaser trailer reveals that ep.1 will air Friday, July 27, 2018 in South Korea.
Ji Soo and Koo Ha-Ra (ex-Kara member) have been offered lead roles in new drama series “I Don’t Care” (literal title). Currently, both performers are considering their offers. The drama series is based on webcomic “Algemeoya” by Kim Jae-Han. The drama series will follow the rise of an ordinary high school student into a superstar. Exact airing network or dates has yet to be decided.
Trailer #2 and poster added for upcoming movie “Killing For The Prosecution” starring Takuya Kimura and Kazunari Ninomiya. Movie is based on 2013 novel “Kensatsugawa no Zainin” by Shusuke Shizukui and directed by Masato Harada.
“Killing For The Prosecution” will be released August 24, 2018 in Japan.
Air date for tvN drama series “Hundred Million Stars From the Sky” starring Seo In-Guk and Jung So-Min, has been announced for autumn, 2018 in the Wednesday and Thursday 9:30 PM time slot after “Familiar Wife.” Filming for the drama series will begin early next month. The drama series is a remake of 2002 Fuji TV drama series “Hundred Million Stars From the Sky.”
First teaser trailer added for upcoming SBS drama series “Let Me Introduce Her” (English title) starring Nam Sang-Mi, Kim Jae-Won and Jo Hyun-Jae. The teaser starts off with Nam Sang-Mi’s voice over stating “Have you ever imagined what was my name? Did I have family? Those imaginations because I don’t remember anything. Who I am.” Kim Jae-Won’s voice appears in the 35 second mark and states “I will get your memory back.”
“Let Me Introduce Her” first airs July 14, 2018 in South Korea (takes over SBS’ Saturday 9PM time slot after “Secret Mother“).
Here’s the first still images of Seohyun in MBC drama series “Time” co-starring Kim Jung-Hyun. The still images were taken on Seohyun’s first day of filming for the drama series which took place at Le Cordon Bleu in Soakmyugn Women’s University on May 7, 2018. Setup for the scene has Seol Ji-Hyun (Seohyun) taking a performance test by a franchise restaurant headquarters.
“Time” first airs July, 2018 in South Korea.
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Teaser trailer for movie “Yuki no Hana” starring Hiroomi Tosaka and Ayami Nakajo. The title of the film “Yuki no Hana” was also revealed today for the first time. Story for the film is motivated by 2003 song “Yuki no Hana” by Mika Nakashima and that song also appears in the teaser trailer as the theme song. Filming for “Yuki no Hana” took place in Tokyo and the country of Finland from February to June, 2018. “Yuki no Hana” is directed by Kojiro Hashimoto.
“Yuki no Hana” will be released February, 2019 in Japan.
Poster and trailer added for upcoming movie “Happy Mail” starring Kayo Noro, Ryoko Kobayashi, Terunosuke Takezai and Kazuma Sano. The film is set in the Akihabara area of Tokyo and follows four people who meet through a matchmaking site. The film recently screened at the Akihabara Film Festival (May 3-5, 2018).
“Happy Mail” will be released August 25, 2018 in Japan.