Nov 12 2018

Yu Jun-Sang, Oh Ji-Ho, Jeon Hye-Bin, Lee Si-Young and Lee Chang-Yeop cast in KBS drama series “What’s Wrong, Poong-Sang”

Yu Jun-SangOh Ji-Ho, Jeon Hye-Bin, Lee Si-Young and Lee Chang-Yeop are all cast in new KBS drama series “What’s Wrong, Poong-Sang” (literal title). The five announced cast members will play brothers and sisters. Yun Jun-Sang will play title character Lee Poong-Sang. He is the oldest sibling and he has spent his entire life taking care of his younger siblings. Second oldest sibling will be played by Oh Ji-Ho. Third youngest sibling and oldest sister will be played by Jeon Hye-Bin. She is a doctor. Fourth youngest sibling and youngest sister will be played by Lee Si-Young. She has an inferiority complex due to her older sister. Youngest sibling will be played by Lee Chang-Yeob.

“What’s Wrong, Poong-Sang” first airs January, 2019 in South Korea (takes over SBS’ Wednesday and Thursday 10PM time slot after “Feel Good To Die“).

Nov 9 2018

Character teaser trailers for JTBC drama series “Clean With Passion For Now”

Two character teaser trailers added for upcoming JTBC drama series “Clean With Passion For Now” starring Kim You-Jung and Yoon Gyun-Sang. The teaser trailers are of Kim You-Jung as Gil O-Sol and Yoon Gyun-Sang as CEO Jang Sun-Gyeol.

For Kim You-Jung’s character teaser trailer, Yoon Gyun-Sang provides narration in Korean with “What is cleaning to dirty job seeker Gil O-Sol?” and the caption states “paycheck source.” Kim You-Jung then replies “cleaning feeds me.”

For Yoon Gyun-Sang’s character teaser trailer, Kim You-Jung’s voice asks “What is cleaning to germaphobe CEO Jang Sun-Gyeol?” and the caption states “instinct for survival.” Yoon Gyun-Sang then responds with “It is natural.”

“Clean With Passion For Now” first airs November 26, 2018 in South Korea.

 

Nov 9 2018

First script reading for SBS drama series “Fates & Furies”

First script reading for SBS drama series “Fates & Furies” took place September 11, 2018 at SBS Studio in Tanhyun, Ilsan, South Korea. The first script reading included Lee Min-Jung, Joo Sang-Wook, So E-Hyun, Lee Ki-Woo and ex-‘After School’ member Lizzy. The drama series follows Goo Hae-Ra (Lee Min-Jung) as she pursues a wealthy man (Joo Sang-Wook) to escape her bleak situation.

“Fates & Furies” first airs December 1, 2018 in South Korea.

Nov 8 2018

Teaser trailer and first stills for Netflix drama series “Kingdom”

Teaser trailer and first still images for Netflix drama series “Kingdom” starring Ju Ji-HoonBae Doo-Na and Ryoo Seung-Ryong. The drama series features a period-horror-thriller themed screenplay with zombies. The drama series is based on webcomic “Burning Hell Shinui Nara” by Kim Eun-Hee and directed by Kim Sung-Hoon (“A Hard Day“). In the drama series, Ju Ji-Hoon plays Crown Prince Lee Chang. He searches for answers on why certain people turn into zombies after being starved. In addition, Netflix has announced that “Kingdom” will also feature a season 2. Still images below and above are the first from the drama series.

“Kingdom” will be available to stream on Netflix worldwide from January 25, 2019.

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Nov 8 2018

Teaser trailer and poster for live-action film “Ibuki 192”

Teaser trailer and poster added for live-action film “Ibuki 192” starring Hidetoshi Nishijima and Kuranosuke Sasaki. Movie is based on manga “Kuubo Ibuki” by Kaiji Kawaguchi and directed by Setsuro Wakamatsu (“The Unbroken“). Premise for the film is set in the near future in Japan and takes place over a 24 hour period when Japan is attacked by a military force with unknown origins.

“Ibuki 192” will be released sometime next year in Japan.

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Nov 8 2018

Teaser trailer #2 for SBS drama series “The Last Empress”

Teaser trailer #2 added for upcoming SBS drama series “The Last Empress” starring Jang Na-RaChoi Jin-Hyuk and Shin Sung-Rok. Meanwhile still images below is of Choi Jin-Hyuk as Na Wang-Sik. He works as a bodyguard for the royal family. This scene is the first of Na Wang-Sik dressed in formal attire as the royal family bodyguard and was filmed recently in Buyeo, South Chungcheong Province.

“The Last Empress” first airs November 21, 2018 in South Korea.

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