Here’s the first teaser poster for upcoming tvN drama series “Wise Prison Life” starring Park Hae-Soo and Jung Kyoung-Ho. The teaser poster shows Park Hae-Soo as Kim Je-Hyeok. He is looking into the distance that is half a baseball stadium and half a prison yard. In the drama series, Kim Je-Hyeok is a superstar baseball player, but he becomes a criminal overnight and goes to prison.
“Wise Prison Life” first airs November, 2017 in South Korea.
Teaser trailer and poster added for movie “Chihayafuru Part 3” starring Suzu Hirose and Shuhei Nomura. The literal title of the film is “Chihayafuru Conclusion” and is set 2 years after “Chihayafuru Part 2.” Movie is based on manga series “Chihayafuru” by Yuki Suetsugu and directed by Norihiro Koizumi.
“Chihayafuru Part 3” opens March 17, 2018 in Japan.
Park Eun-Bin and Yeon Woo-Jin are cast for the lead roles in upcoming SBS drama series “Nothing to Lose” (literal title). They will join already cast members Dong Ha and Na Hae-Ryung (‘BESTie’) who play supporting characters. For the drama series, Park Eun-Bin and Yeon Woo-Jin will play judges who work in the same court room. Park Eun-Bin’s character goes up a power who killed her older brother and framed him for murder.
The first script reading will take place October 23, 2017 and the drama series will first air this November in South Korea (takes over SBS’ Wednesday and Thursday 10pm time slot after “While You Were Sleeping“).
Teaser trailer added for upcoming live-action film “Kids on the Slope” starring Yuri Chinen, Taishi Nakagawa and Nana Komatsu. Movie is based on manga series “Sakamichi no Apollon” by Yuki Kodama and directed by Takahiro Miki. Story for “Kids on the Slope” follows a teenager who falls in love with a girl and then takes an interest in playing jazz music because of her.
“Kids on the Slope” opens March 10, 2018 in Japan.
First script reading for MBC drama “I’m Not a Robot” took place September 27, 2019 at MBC Broadcasting Station in Sangam, South Korea. The first script reading began at 2pm and finished late in the night.
At the first script reading, main cast members Yoo Seung-Ho, Chae Soo-Bin, Uhm Ki-Joon, Kang Ki-Young, Hwang Seung-Un and others attended. Director Jung Dae-Yoon spoke before the script reading began and said “We are all the main characters of our lives. I think the characters you took are also the main characters in their lives. The drama series will become good if you do not forget that you are all main characters.”
“I’m Not a Robot” first airs November, 2017 in South Korea.
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Main trailer added for upcoming movie “The Swindlers” starring Hyun-Bin and Yoo Ji-Tae. “The Swindlers” opens November, 2017 in South Korea.
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Poster and trailer added for movie “Kenen” starring Masataka Kubota, Hirofumi Arai, Keiko Enoue and Miwako Kakei. Story for “Kenen” follows a pair of brothers and a pair of sisters.
Meanwhile, Kentaro and Aisa Takeuchi will make cameo appearances in the film. Their cameo appearance will be as high school students in the movie “Koi Suru Kimi no Tonari niwa” (a movie in a movie like segment in “Kenen”).
“Kenen” will be released February 10, 2018 in Japan.
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Choi Ji-Woo and Minho (‘SHINee’) are cast in upcoming tvN drama series “The Most Beautiful Goodbye in the World.” Choi Ji-Woo will play Yeon-Soo. Her mother (Won Mi-Kyung) gets diagnosed with a terminal disease. Meanwhile, Minho will Jung-Soo. He is the younger brother of Yeon-Soo. He learns that his mother doesn’t have much time to live. The drama series is a remake of 1996 MBC drama series “The Most Beautiful Goodbye.”
“The Most Beautiful Goodbye in the World” will consist of 4 episodes and first air December, 2017 in South Korea.
Lee Sung-Yeol (‘INFINITE’) is cast for the lead male role in upcoming KBS1 weekday evening drama series “I Love Even If I Hate.” For the drama series, he will play Hong Seok-Pyo. Even though his mother is the CEO of a company, he works as a guard at an affiliated company. He resents his mother. Hong Seok-Pyo then meets a woman named Eun-Zo. Actress Pyo Ye-Jin has been offered the lead female role of Eun-Zo and she is currently considering the offer.
“I Love Even If I Hate” first airs November, 2017 in South Korea.
Main trailer added for upcoming movie “Preparation” (literal title) starring Ko Du-Shim, Kim Sung-Kyun, Yoo-Sun and a special appearance by Shin Se-Kyung. Similar to 1996 MBC drama series “The Most Beautiful Goodbye” or 2010 movie “Wedding Dress,” story for “Preparation” follows a mother who learns she has a terminal disease. Her son though is an adult, but has a mental disability.
“Preparation” opens November, 2017 in South Korea.