Actress Ko Hyun-Jung & actor Shin Sung-Woo are now cast for lead characters in upcoming tvN drama series “Dear My Friends.” Also cast in special guest appearance roles are actors Zo In-Sung, Lee Kwang-Soo and Sung-Dong-Il. The three special guest appearance actors will all play important characters in the drama series and they previously worked with screenwriter No Hee-Kyung in 2014 SBS drama series “It’s Ok, This is Love.”
“Dear My Friends” first airs May, 2016 in South Korea.
Actress Son Soo-Hyun is cast in upcoming SBS drama special “Puck!” starring Lee Kwang-Soo. In drama special “Puck!,” Son Soo-Hyun will play Nam Sung-Sil. Her character is the manager of a ice hockey team. She also has a temperament where she despises injustice.
Filming for “Puck!” begins October 28, 2015 and the drama special will air sometime later this year in South Korea.
Here’s the first still images of actress Shin Min-A in upcoming KBS2 drama series “Oh My Venus” also starring So Ji-Su.
The still images are from Shin Min-A first day of filming for the drama series. Her first day of filming took place October 17, 2015 at a bus stop around a botanical garden in Namsan, Seoul. The scene in the still image has Kang Joo-Eun (Shin Min-A) in her high school days.
“Oh My Venus” first airs November 16, 2015 in South Korea.
Main trailer added for live-action film “Nobunaga Concerto: The Movie” starring Shun Oguri, Kou Shibasaki, Osamu Mukai, Takayuki Yamada, Taisuke Fujigaya, Kiko Mizuhara, Gaku Hamada, Arata Furuta & Masahiro Takashima. Movie is based on manga series “Nobunaga Kontseruto” by Ayumi Ishii and directed by Hiroaki Matsuyama (“Liar Game“).
“Nobunaga Concerto: The Movie” will be released January 23, 2016 in Japan.
Main trailer added for upcoming film “Inside Men” starring Lee Byung-Hun, Cho Seung-Woo & Baek Yoon-Sik. Movie is based on webcomic”Naeboojadeul” by Yoon Tae-Ho and directed by Woo Min-Ho (“Man of Vendetta“/”The Spies“).
“Inside Men” opens November 19, 2015 in South Korea.
Two minute plus teaser trailer added for upcoming live-action Fuji TV drama series “Minami kun no Koibito ~ My Little Lover” starring Taishi Nakagawa & Maika Yamamoto. Drama series is based on manga”Minami kun no Koibito” by Shungiku Uchida.
“Minami kun no Koibito: My Little Lover” first airs November 9, 2015 in Japan.
First teaser trailer added for upcoming MBC every1 drama series “Imaginary Cat” starring Yoo Seung-Ho and Cho Hye-Jung. Drama series is based on webcomic”Sangsanggoyangi” by Kim Gyung.
“Imaginary Cat” first airs November, 2015 in South Korea.
Actress Park Min-Young is cast in upcoming SBS drama series “Remember” which has already cast Yoo Seung-Ho in the lead male role. Also cast in the drama series is actor Park Sung-Woong.
In drama series “Remember,” Park Min-Young plays Lee In-A. Her character has a bright and positive personality. While thinking about quitting her studies of law at a university, she sees Jin-Woo’s (Yoo Seung-Ho) father get falsely accused of murder. This becomes a turning point in her life. She eventually becomes a lawyer and helps Jin-Woo, whom she has known since they were young, prove his father’s innocence.
“Remember” first airs this December in South Korea.
Actress Yu Aoi is cast in new movie “A Lonely Girl Has Gone.” This is her first time playing the main character in a film since 2008 film “One Million Yen and the Nigamushi Woman.” Movie “A Lonely Girl Has Gone” is based on novel”Azumi Haruko wa Yukuefumei” by Mariko Yamauchi and directed by Daigo Matsui (“Afro Tanaka“/”Sweet Poolside“). Story for the film has Yu Aoi playing a 28-year-old woman who works at an office. She disappears on a normal street with a lot of shops. After her disappearance, parody scribbles of her missing poster spreads.
Filming for “A Lonely Girl Has Gone” finished October 2 and the movie will be released sometime next year in Japan.
Here’s two main posters for upcoming film “You Call It Passion” starring Park Bo-Young and Jung Jae-Young. Movie is directed by Jung Ki-Hun (“Goodbye Mom“/”Love 911“). Release date for “You Call It Passion” is now set for November 25, 2015 in South Korea.