Jan 15 2016

Main trailer for movie “Litchi Hikari Club”

Main trailer added for live-action film “Litchi Hikari Club” starring Shuhei Nomura, Yuki Furukawa, Shotaro Mamiya & Ayami Nakajo. Movie is based on manga “Litchi☆Hikari Club” by Usamaru Furuya and Eisuke Naito (“Let’s Make the Teacher Have a Miscarriage Club“). Story for the film is set sometime in the future in town over run by industrialization. Teenage boys from the area form the Hikari Club to eradicate the evils of the grown up world. They then create an AI machine named “Litchi.”

“Litchi Hikari Club” will be released February 13, 2016 in Japan.

Jan 15 2016

Main poster and trailer for movie “The Town Where Only I Am Missing”

Main poster and trailer added for upcoming live-action film “The Town Where Only I Am Missing” starring Tatsuya Fujiwara & Kasumi Arimura. Movie is based on manga series “Boku Dake ga Inai Machi” by Kei Sanbe and directed by Yuichiro Hirakawa (“Until The Break Of Dawn“). Premise for the film has Tatsuya Fujiwara’s character of Satoru Fujinuma having the special ability of revival. His special ability allows him to go back in time and prevent terrible events from occurring. He goes back in time to find a serial killer and save his mother.

“The Town Where Only I Am Missing” will be released March 19, 2016 in Japan.

Jan 15 2016

Ahn Jae-Wook’s first still images from KBS2 drama series “Five Enough”

Ahn Jae-Wook’s first still images from upcoming KBS2 weekend drama series “Five Enough.” The still images are from the first day of filming for Ahn Jae-Wook which took place January 13, 2016 at a restaurant in Gangnam, Seoul. In drama series “Five Enough,” Ahn Jae-Wook plays Lee Sang-Tae. His character is a single father who has raised 2 children since the death of his wife.

“Five Enough” first airs February 20, 2016.

Jan 15 2016

Hwang Jung-Min, So Ji-Sub, Song Joong-Ki cast in movie “Battleship Island”

Actors Hwang Jung-Min, So Ji-Sub & Song Joong-Ki are cast in new movie “Battleship Island” (literal title) directed by Ryoo Seung-Wan (“Veteran“). Story for “Battleship Island” is set in the early 20th century, when South Korea is under Japanese occupation. Some 400 Koreans are forced onto Battleship Island to mine for coal. The official name of Battleship Island is Hashima Island and the island picked up the nickname of Battleship Island due to its shape resembling a battelship. Hwang Jung-Min plays Lee Kang-Ok. His character was deceived into going to Battleship Island. He has a daughter which he does anything to protect. So Ji-Sub plays Choi Chil-Sung. His character is a top fighter. He makes trouble on Battleship Island. Song Jong-Ki plays Park Moo-Young. His character belongs to the Korean Independence group. He attempts to rescue a fellow member on Battleship Island.

“Battleship Island” will be released sometime in 2017 in South Korea.

Jan 14 2016

Byun Yo-Han cast in movie “Will You Be There?”

Actor Byun Yo-Han is cast in upcoming movie “Will You Be There?” starring Kim Yun-Seok. Movie “Will You Be There?” is based on French novel “Seras-tu là ?” by Guillaume Musso and directed by Hong Ji-Young (“The Naked Kitchen“).

Setup for movie “Will You Be There” has Kim Yun-Seok playing a surgeon, Soo-Hyun. Soo-Hyun is terminally ill. He deeply wishes to see his girlfriend who died in an accident 30 years earlier. Soo-Hyun then gets 10 pills which allows him to travel back in time. He goes back in time to save his girlfriend. There, in his past, he meets his younger self played by Byun Yo-Han.

Filming for “Will You Be There?” begins sometime in the first half of this year in South Korea.

Jan 14 2016

Yoon Jin-Yi and Park Min-Woo cast in MBC drama series “Happy Home”

Yoon Jin-Yi and Park Min-Woo are cast in upcoming MBC drama series “Happy Home” starring Kim So-Yeon & Lee Pil-Mo.

In drama series “Happy Home,” Yoon Jin-Yi  will play Joo Se-Ri. She works at the Chinese restaurant Gahwamansasung. Her character possesses a free spirit. Meanwhile, Park Min-Woo will play Lee Kang-Min. His character hails from a wealth family and he is a young chief editor.

“Happy Home” first airs February 27, 2016 in South Korea.