Teaser trailer and poster added for upcoming romance film “On Your Wedding Day” starring Park Bo-Young and Kim Young-Kwang. Movie is scripted and directed by Lee Seok-Geun. The caption in Korean on the teaser poster asks ““Do you remember? Your first love.” Meanwhile still images below is of Park Bo-Young and Kim Young-Kwang in the upcoming film.
“On Your Wedding Day” is now set for release August 22, 2018 in South Korea.
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Here’s the first still images of Park Si-Hoo and Song Ji-Hyo from upcoming KBS2 drama series “Lovely Horribly.” Story for the drama series follows top star Yoo Philip (Park Si-Hoo) and drama series screenwriter Ji Eul-Soon (Song Ji-Hyo). After they meet, mysterious things take place around them.
Ep.1 air date for “Lovely Horribly” is now set for August 13, 2018 in South Korea.
Ep.1 trailer added for upcoming MBC drama series “Risky Romance” starring Ji Hyun-Woo and Lee Si-Young. In addition, here’s two new posters for the drama series. The first poster features Ji Hyun-Woo and Lee Si-Young. The second poster features Ji Hyun-Woo, Lee Si-Young, Kim Jin-Yeop and Yoon Joo-Hee. The caption on the first poster states in Korean “Woman who is crazy about hormones! Man who is hurt by hormones!”
“Risky Romance” first airs July 23, 2018 in South Korea.
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Masaharu Fukuyama and Yuriko Ishida are cast in movie “Machine no Owari ni.” The film is based on novel “Machine no Owari ni” by Keiichiro Hirano and directed by Hiroshi Nishitani (“Suspect X“/”Galileo“). Filming begins September, 2018 and finishes at the end of November, 2018. Shooing will take place in Japan, Paris and New York. In the film, Masaharu Fukuyama will play classical guitarist Satoshi Makino and Yuriko Ishida will play journalist Yoko Komine.
“Machine no Owari ni” will be released sometime during autumn, 2019 in Japan.
Uee is now cast in upcoming KBS2 weekend drama series “My Beautiful Ally” (literal title). For the drama series, Uee will play lead female character Kim Do-Ran. She learns that her parents are not her biological parents and the people who raised her committed murder.
“My Beautiful Ally” first airs September, 2018 in South Korea (takes over KBS2’s Saturday and Sunday 8PM time slot after “Marry Me Now?“).
Park Shin-Yang is cast in KBS2 sequel drama series “My Lawyer, Mr. Jo 2.” He will reprise the main character role of Jo Deul-Ho from the first season of “My Lawyer, Mr. Jo.” Casting for the lead female role and supporting character roles have yet to be announced.
“My Lawyer, Mr. Jo 2” will first air sometime during the first half of next year in South Korea.
Ep.1 trailer added for upcoming JTBC drama series “Life” starring Lee Dong-Wook and Cho Seung-Woo. The drama series follows Dr. Ye Jin-Woo (Lee Dong-Wook) who is guided by his morals and hospital executive Koo Seung-Hyo (Cho Seung-Woo) who thinks about the bottom line above all else.
“Life” first airs July 23, 2018 in South Korea.
Masaki Suda is cast in live-action film “The Great War of Archimedes.” The film is based on manga series “Archimedes no Taisen” by Norifusa Mita and is directed by Takashi Yamazaki (“Always: Sunset on Third Street“/”The Eternal Zero“). In the film, which is set in the 1930’s, Masaki Suda will play a genius mathematician. He tries to uncover a conspiracy related to the building of the world’s largest battleship Yamato.
Filming for “The Great War of Archimedes” is currently underway and will finish September, 2018.
Kasumi Arimura is cast in TBS live-action drama series “Chugakusei Nikki.” The drama series is based on manga “Chugakusei Nikki” by Junko Kawakami. The story for the drama series is somewhat like 2017 film “Narratage” where Kasumi Arimura played a high school student that a teacher (Jun Matsumoto) liked, but her role is reversed this time around. For the drama series, Kasumi Arimura will play a teacher who becomes attracted to one of her students.
“Chugakusei Nikki” will first air October, 2018 in Japan.
Main trailer added for live-action film “Hibiki” starring Yurina Hirate. Movie is based on manga “Hibiki: Shousetsuka ni Naru Houhou” by Mitsuharu Yanamoto and directed by Sho Tsukikawa (“Let Me Eat Your Pancreas“). The film also features Keiko Kitagawa, Ayaka Wilson, Shun Oguri and Yuya Yagira in supporting roles.
“Hibiki” will be released September 14, 2018 in Japan.