Machiko Ono is cast in upcoming TV Asahi drama SP “Sogeki.” Also cast in the drama special are Sadao Abe & Koichi Sato. The drama special is based on 2010 novel “Sogeki Chika Sosakan” by Shunsuke Nagase. In the drama series, Machiko Ono will play Detective Ryoko Kozuki. Her character recently received a demotion for having an affair with a superior. She then takes on the case “The Prime Ministerial Candidate Snipe Case” which occured 15 years earlier.
“Sogeki” will air sometime this autumn in Japan.
Here’s Cho Jung-Seok promoting the premiere of SBS drama series “Jealousy Incarnate” co-starring Kong Hyo-Jin. In one of the photos, Cho Jung-Seok holds up a handwritten sign stating “Jealousy Incarnate airs ep.1 on August 24 at 10 pm.” Meanwhile, a 4th teaser trailer has been added at AsianWiki for the drama series.
Teaser trailer #2 added for upcoming movie “Will You Marry My Wife?” starring Yuji Oda, Yo Yoshida & Taizo Harada. Movie is based on 2012 novel “Boku no Tsuma to Kekkon Shite Kudasai” by Takuji Higuchi and was previously adapted into 2015 NHK drama series “Please Marry My Wife.”
“Will You Marry My Wife?” will be released November 5, 2016 in Japan.
Main trailer for movie “A Woman Wavering In The Rain” starring Munetaka Aoki & Ito Ono. Movie is written and directed by Yoshihiro Hanno. Story for the film has Munetaka Aoki playing a factory worker. A co-worker asks if a woman can stay at his place for one night. The woman is on the run from the another man and has a secret.
“A Woman Wavering In The Rain” will be released November 19, 2016 in Japan.
Lee Joon-Gi‘s character poster and teaser #3 added for upcoming SBS drama series “Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo” also starring IU & Kang Ha-Neul.
In addition, still images above are from a scene featuring Lee Joon-Gi. The scene has Wang So (Lee Joon-Gi’) is thrown onto a mountain where wolves live. He appears bloody and people begin calling him “Dog Wolf.” He becomes a figure who causes fear in people.
“Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo” first airs August 29, 2016 in South Korea.
Kentaro Sakaguchi is cast in upcoming TV Tokyo drama SP “Mohouhan” starring Miki Nakatani. The drama special is based on novel “Mohouhan” by Miyuki Miyabe which was previously adapted into 2002 film “Copycat Killer.”
In the upcoming 2 episode drama SP, Kentaro Sakaguchi will play Koichi Amikawa (Peace). His character holds a key to the story. It’s also the first time Kentaro Sakaguchi will portray a villain.
Ep.1 of “Mohouhan” will air September 21, 2016 and ep.2 will air September 22, 2016 in Japan.
Yoon Doo-Joon from idol group ‘Beast’ is set to make a cameo appearance in tvN drama series “Let’s Fight Ghost” starring TaecYeon & Kim So-Hyun.
Yoon Doo-Joon previously worked with drama series director Park Joon-Hwa in tvN drama series “Let’s Eat” and “Let’s Eat 2”. Yoon Doo-Joon will appear in ep.16 of “Let’s Fight Ghost” which will air August 30, 2016. For his cameo appearance, he will play Koo Dae-Young (his character from “Let’s Eat” and “Let’s Eat 2”).
Here’s Park Bo-Gum and Kim You-Jung promoting ep.1 of KBS2 drama series “Love in the Moonlight” which will air August 22, 2016 in South Korea. If you happen to forget the premiere date, Park Bo-Gum is holding up 8 fingers and Kim You-Jung is holding up 2 and 2 fingers.
Yuki Amami is cast in new Fuji TV drama series “Chef: Mitsuboshi no Kyushoku.” The drama series is scripted by Hideya Hamada (“Absolute Zero: Special Investigation Unit“) and directed by Shin Hirano & Ryo Tanaka.
In the drama series “Chef: Mitsuboshi no Kyushoku,” Yuki Amami plays Paris trained chef Mitsuko Hoshino. She gets fired from her job as a chef at a 3 star French restaurant in Ginza and eventually works on a TV program centered around school meals.
“Chef: Mitsuboshi no Kyushoku” first airs this October in Japan.
Here’s new still images of actress Erika Toda in upcoming live-action film “Death Note: Light Up The New World.” The scene from the still images was filmed in mid-February, 2016 at the Telecom Center building in Tokyo. Sosuke Ikematsu and Masaki Suda also appear in the scene along with about 300 extras appearing in the background.
“Death Note: Light Up The New World” will open October 29, 2016 in Japan.