Actress Yoo In-Na has been offered a major supporting character role in upcoming tvN drama series “Goblin” starring Gong Yoo, Kim Go-Eun & Lee Dong-Wook. Yoo In-Na is currently “positively considering” the offer. If she accepts, “Goblin” will be her first Kim Eun-Sook scripted drama series since 2010 SBS drama series “Secret Garden.” Yoo In-Na’s potential role in the drama series is that of Kim Sun. Her character is scripted as being poor, but possessing a bright face.
First script reading for “Goblin” takes place next week and filming for the drama series begins mid-September, 2016 in Canada.
Here’s 2 main posters for upcoming JTBC drama series “Fantastic” starring Kim Hyun-Joo & Joo Sang-Wook. In addition, teaser trailer #4 has been added to AsianWiki’s “Fantastic” page.
“Fantastic” will first air September 2, 2016 in South Korea.
Ep.1 air date for upcoming tvN drama series “Entourage,” starring Seo Kang-Joon, Cho Jin-Woong, Park Jung-Min, Lee Kwang-Soo & Lee Dong-Hwi, is now set for November 4, 2016 in South Korea. The drama series is a remake of U.S. cable TV series “Entourage” which aired on HBO from 2004 to 2011. An early first teaser for the drama series can also be viewed on AsianWiki.
Kim Ye-Won is cast in upcoming tvN drama series “Tomorrow With You” starring Lee Je-Hoon and Shin Min-A. In the upcoming time traveler themed drama series, Kim Ye-Won will play supporting character Lee Gun-Sook. Her character is Ma-Rin’s (Shin Min-A) rival and friend.
“Tomorrow With You” will air sometime next year in South Korea.
Ren Kiriyama is cast in upcoming live-action film “Laughing Under the Clouds” starring Sota Fukushi, Yuma Nakayama & Kirato Wakayama.
For live-action film “Laughing Under the Clouds,” Ren Kiriyama will play Shirasu Kinjo. Shirasu Kinjo suffers a serious injury and collapses at the Kumo shrine. He is saved by Tenka Kumo (Sota Fukushi ). Since then, Shirasu Kinjo lives with Tenka Kumo and his two younger brothers Soramaru (Yuma Nakayama) and Chutaro (Kirato Wakayama). Shirasu Kinjo becomes best friends with Tenka Kumo and cares about his two younger brothers like they were his own brothers.
“Laughing Under the Clouds” will be released sometime 2017 in Japan.
Main trailer added for upcoming live-action film “Drowning Love” starring Masaki Suda & Nana Komatsu. Movie is based on manga series “Oboreru Knife” by George Asakura & directed by Yuki Yamato.
“Drowning Love” will be released November 5, 2016 in Japan.
Lee Jung-Jae & Yeo Jin-Goo are now cast in upcoming movie “Daerib Forces” (working and literal title of “Daeribgoon”). Also cast in supporting roles are Kim Moo-Yul, Park Won-Sang, Esom & Bae Soo-Bin. Movie is set during the Joseon dynasty and directed by Jeong Yoon-Chul (“A Man who was Superman“).
Setup for the film has King Seonjo fleeing to Ming dynasty to avoid invading Japanese forces. Yeo Jin-Goo will play Prince Gwanghae who takes over for King Seonjo. Meanwhile, Lee Jung-Jae will play To-Woo. His character leads the Daerib Forces. The group consists of fighters who are paid to take the place of others in the military.
Filming for “Daerib Forces” begins September 5, 2016.
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.