Teaser trailer #3 added for SBS drama series “Your Honor” starring Yoon Si-Yoon and Lee Yoo-Young. Meanwhile here’s two teaser posters for the drama series. The teaser poster above also features Park Byung-Eun and Nara. Caption on that poster states in Korean “I wanted to live one time differently.”
“Your Honor” first airs July 25, 2018 in South Korea.
Read more »
Actress Jung Yu-Mi will make a cameo appearance in currently airing tvN drama series “What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim.” The drama series stars Park Seo-Joon and Park Min-Young. For Jung Yu-Mi’s cameo appearance, she will play a friend of Young-Joon (Park Seo-Joon) and she runs a restaurant. Jung Yu-Mi accepted the cameo appearance due to her friendship with Park Seo-Joon. They appeared together in tvN reality tv show “Youn’s Kitchen Season 2.”
Jung Yu-Mi ‘s cameo appearance will occur in ep.14 of “What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim” which airs July 19, 2018.
Here’s a launching poster for upcoming movie “Wonderful Ghost” starring Ma Dong-Seok, Kim Young-Kwang and Lee Yoo-Young. Movie is directed by Jo Won-Hee (“Enemy at the Dead End“). The film follows a gym owner (Ma Dong-Seok) as he is followed by a ghost played by Kim Young-Kwang and he gets involved in a case. On the launching poster, the caption in Korean states “Don’t come, disappear, don’t talk.”
“Wonderful Ghost” is now set for release sometime this September in South Korea.
Here’s a launching poster for upcoming movie “Feng Shui” (literal title “Propitious Site for Grave”) starring Cho Seung-Woo,Ji Sung, Kim Sung-Kyun and Moon Chae-Won. The poster has Cha Seung-Woo as Park Jae-Sang walking along a busy road. The caption in Korean asks “Do you want to know about a site that will change your fate?”
In addition, “Feng Shui” is now targeted for release September, 2018 in South Korea.
Hiroshi Abe is cast in TBS sequel drama series “Downtown Rocket 2” (“Shitamachi Rocket”). The drama series is based on novel “Shitamachi Rocket Gosuto” by Jun Ikeido and follows 2015 TBS drama series “Downtown Rocket.” Hiroshi Abe will reprise his main character role of Ryohei Tsukuda in the sequel drama series. Also cast in supporting roles and returning from the season 1 are Danshun Tatekawa, Ken Yasuda, Soko Wada, Hiroki Konno, Ken Nakamoto and Ayumi Tanida.
“Downtown Rocket 2” will air from October, 2018 in Japan.
Two new teaser trailers and a new teaser poster added for upcoming tvN drama series “Familiar Wife” starring Ji Sung and Han Ji-Min. The teaser poster features Ji-Sung, Han Ji-Min, Jang Seung-Jo and Kang Han-Na in past and present characters.
“Familiar Wife” first airs August 1, 2018 in South Korea.
Teaser #3 added for MBC drama series “Time” starring Kim Jung-Hyun, Seohyun, Kim Joon-Han and Hwang Seung-Un. Ep.1 airs July 25, 2018 in South Korea.
Teaser trailer and poster added for upcoming live-action film “Gangoose” starring Mahiro Takasugi, Ryo Kato and Daichi Watanabe. Movie is based on manga “Gangoose” by Daisuke Suzuki and directed by Yu Irie. Story for the film will follow three young men who commit crimes to survive, but their targets are criminals.
“Gangoose” will be released November, 2018 in Japan.
Here’s the first teaser poster for upcoming movie “High Society” starring Park Hae-Il, Soo-Ae and Lee Jin-Wook. The teaser poster has Park Hae-Il and Soo-Ae climbing stairs and the caption on the posters states in Korean “The most beautiful, but also the ugliest place.” Movie is directed by Byeon Hyeok (“The Scarlet Letter“/”Five Senses of Eros“).
“High Society” is now set for release August 29, 2018 in South Korea.
Hideaki Takizawa is cast in new WOWOW drama series “A Lone Scalpel” (literal title). The drama series is based on novel “Kokou no Mesu: Gekai Toma Tetsuhiko“ by Roran Takayama and directed by Akira Uchikata. 2010 film “A Lone Scalpel” starring Shinichi Tsutsumi in the main character role is also based on the same novel. Story for the drama series will follow Tetsuhiko Toma (Hideaki Takizawa) as he attempts the first internal organ transplant surgery in Japan.
“A Lone Scalpel” will first air sometime next year in Japan.