Teaser trailer added for upcoming MBC drama series “Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo” starring Lee Sung-Kyung & Nam Joo-Hyuk.
Meanwhile, still images above are of Lee Sung-Kyung from a scene in the upcoming drama series. The scene was filmed on October 9, 2016 at a gym in Korean National University of Physical Education. Setup for the scene has Kim Bok-Joo (Lee Sung-Kyung) training in weightlifting. To prepare for her role in the drama series, Lee Sung-Kyung has been training in weightlifting for the past 2 months.
“Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo” first airs November 23, 2016 in South Korea.
Release date and main posters added for upcoming movie “Because I Love You” starring Cha Tae-Hyun & Kim You-Jung. Story for the film revolves around Lee Hyeong (Cha Tae-Hyun). He is songwriter who plans to propose to his girlfriend, but he gets into a car accident. He soon wakes up in another person’s body and loses memory of his former self. He learns though that he can retrieve his consciousness in other people’s bodies.
“Because I Love You” will be released November 16, 2016 in South Korea.
Here’s still images of Lee Joon-Gi in ep.17 of SBS drama series “Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo” co-starring IU.
The still images are from a scene of the fourth prince Wang So (Lee Joon-Gi) having a king’s coronation ceremony. He becomes King Gwangjong of Goryeo.
Ep.17 of “Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo” airs October 24, 2016 in South Korea.
Here’s the first character cut of Lee Min-Ho in upcoming SBS drama series “The Legend of the Blue Sea” co-starring Gianna Jun.
The character cut has Lee Min-Ho as Heo Joon-Jae on the cover of fictional magazine “Trickster.” Heo Joon-Jae is a con man with smarts and attractive physical appearance.
“The Legend of the Blue Sea” first airs November 16, 2016 in South Korea.
Arata Iura, Eita, Kyoko Hasegawa and Manami Hashimoto are all cast in upcoming movie “Hikari.” The film is based on 2008 novel “Hikari” by Shion Miura (“The Great Passage“/”Wood Job!“) and directed by Tatsushi Omori. Story centers around Nobuyuki (Arate Iura) who lived on an island as a child and committed a crime to protect his girlfriend (Kyoko Hasegawa). A tsunami struck the island the next day. 25 years later, he meets his childhood friend Tasuku (Eita).
“Hikari” will be released fall, 2017 in Japan.
Here’s the first still images of Lee Kwang-Soo and Jung So-Min appearing together in upcoming KBS2 drama series “Sound of Your Heart.” Setup for the scene has Jo Suk (Lee Kwang-Soo) and Ae-Bong (Jung So-Min) fighting inside of an elevator.
“Sound of Your Heart” first airs December, 2016 in South Korea.
Tsuyoshi Kusanagi (‘SMAP’) is cast in new Fuji TV drama series “Uso no Senso.” The drama series will reunite Tsuyoshi Kusanagi with director Yoshishige Miyake and screenwriter Noriko Goto. They worked together last year in Fuji TV drama series “War of Money.”
In drama series “Uso no Senso,” Tsuyoshi Kusanagi will play a swindler named Koichi. He returns to Japan to take revenge on a person who killed his family many years ago. The person also framed Koichi’s father as the killer.
“Uso no Senso” first airs January, 2017 in Japan.
Trailer #1 and new still images added for movie “Brother” starring Cho Jung-Seok, Do Kyung-Soo & Park Shin-Hye. Movie is directed by Kwon Soo-Kyung & scripted by Yoo Young-A (“Miracle in Cell No.7“).
“Brother” will be released November, 2016 in South Korea.
Main trailer & poster added for upcoming movie “Japanese Girls Never Die” starring Yu Aoi & Mitsuki Takahata. Movie is based on 2013 novel “Azumi Haruko wa Yukuefumei” by Mariko Yamauchi and directed by Daigo Matsui.
“Japanese Girls Never Die” opens December 3, 2016 in Japan.
First script reading for KBS2 drama series “Oh My Geum-Bi,” starring Oh Ji-Ho, Park Jin-Hee & Oh Yoon-Ah, took place October 17, 2016 at KBS Annex Building in Yeouido, Seoul, South Korea. The drama series revolves around a swindler (Oh Ji-Ho), his younger daughter with dementia (Heo Jung-Eun) and a woman (Park Jin-Hee) who becomes involved in their life.
“Oh My Geum-Bi” first airs November 16, 2016.