Teaser trailer and two teaser posters added for movie “Tazza: One Eyed Jack” starring Park Jung-Min and Ryoo Seung-Bum. The film is a sequel to 2006 movie “Tazza: The High Rollers” and 2014 movie “Tazza: The Hidden Card.” Park Jung Min playsmain character Do Il-Chool. His father is Jjakgwi (Ju Jin-Mo) from the 2006 film “Tazza: The High Rollers.” The teaser poster above is of Lee Kwang-Soo, Park Jung-Min, Ryoo Seung-Bum, Kwon Hae-Hyo and Choi Yu-Hwa. The teaser poster below is of Ryoo Seung-Bum and Park Jung-Min.
“Tazza: One Eyed Jack” is now slotted for release sometime this September in South Korea.
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Yoo Yeon-Seok has been offered a co-lead male role in tvN drama series “Wise Doctor Life” (literal title). Actor Cho Jung-Seok has already received an offer to play a co-lead male role and he is still considering his offer. Yoo Yeon-Seok is currently “positively considering” his offer. The drama series will have feature 4 co-lead male characters. “Wise Doctor Life” is directed by Shin Won-Ho and scripted by Lee Woo-Jung, who previously worked with Yoo Yeon-Seok in tvN drama series “Reply 1994.” Director Shin Won-Ho and screenwriter Lee Woo-Jung have worked together in all three of the “Reply” drama series.
“Wise Doctor Life” will first air sometime during the second half of this year in South Korea.
TaecYeon (‘2PM’) is cast in new MBC drama series “The Game: Towards Zero” (literal title). For TaecYeon, this is his first acting role since he was discharged from the South Korean military on May 16, 2019. The drama series itself combines fantasy, suspense and crime genres. TaecYeon’s character of Tae-Pyeong has the special ability to look into someone’s eye and see the moment where they are about to die. He partners with a detective to tackle a serial murder case. Filming for the drama series begins this autumn and the drama series will first air January, 2020 in South Korea.
Teaser trailer #1 and 3 teaser posters added for upcoming MBC drama series “The Golden Garden” starring Han Ji-Hye, Lee Sang-Woo, Oh Ji-Eun and Lee Tae-Sung. The teaser trailer shows the two female leads Han Ji-Hye and Oh Ji-Eun looking through a mirror and then standing face to face. Cha Hwa-Yeon as Jo Nam-Hee stands ominously nearby.
“The Golden Garden” first airs July 20, 2019 in South Korea.
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4 character posters & teaser trailer #2 added for upcoming tvN drama series “When the Devil Calls Your Name” starring Jung Kyoung-Ho and Park Sung-Woong. The four character posters features Jung Kyoung-Ho as songwriter Ha Rib, Park Sung-Woong as top actor/devil Mo Tae-Kang, Lee Seol as Kim Yi-Kyung and Lee El as blonde haired Ji Seo-Young.
Caption on Jung Kyoung-Ho’s character poster teases in Korean “My talent is mine, my wealth is mine, my spirit is mine.” Caption on Park Sung-Woong’s character poster states “The Devil lives off of human despair. Will you sell your spirit?” Caption the poster for Lee Seol states “That is mine. That is my song and not Ha Rib’s.” Lastly, caption on Lee El’s character poster states “Ex-boyfriend. He is disgustingly sexy.”
“When the Devil Calls Your Name” first airs July 31, 2019 in South Koera.
Hiromitsu Kitayama (‘Kis-My-Ft2’) is cast for the lead role in new TV Tokyo live-action drama series “Million Joe.” In the drama series, Hiromitsu Kitayama will play magazine editor Soichi Kurei. He is devastated when a manga writer dies before finishing a manga series that he is working on and he comes up with an idea. The drama series is based on manga series “Million Joe” by writer Ryoji Toguchi & illustrator Iroha Ichimaru. Hideo Sakaki & Keisuke Shibata will direct the drama series.
“Million Joe” will first air October, 2019 in Japan (takes over TV Tokyo’s Wednesday 1:35 AM time slot after “Soaking Wet Private Detective Hagoromo Mizuno“).
Teaser trailer #3 added for SBS drama series “Doctor John” starring Ji Sung and Lee Se-Young. Teaser trailer #3 features footage from the drama series for the first time. Meanwhile, above are still images of Cha Yo-Han ( Ji Sung) and Kang Shi-Young (Lee Se-Young) from the drama series. This scene has Cha Yo-Han and Kang Shi-Young meeting for the first time. The scene takes place in prison and was filmed April, 2019 in Seodaemun District, Seoul.
“Doctor John” first airs July 19, 2019 in South Korea.
First script reading for upcoming OCN drama series “Strangers From Hell” (literal title), starring Im Si-Wan and Lee Dong-Wook, took place April, 2019 in Sangam-dong, Seoul, South Korea. Main cast members including Im Si-Wan, Lee Dong-Wook, Lee Jung-Eun, Lee Hyun-Wook, Park Jong-Hwan, Lee Joong-Ok, Hyun Bong-Sik, Ahn Eun-Jin, Kim Ji-Eun and Cha Rae-Hyoung attended the first script reading. The drama series is set at a low cost apartment complex. New tenant Yoon Jong-Woo (Im Si-Wan) begins to live there and it’s like hell for me.
“Strangers From Hell” is now set to first air August, 2019 in South Koera.
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Teaser #5 added for MBC drama series “Rookie Historian Goo Hae-Ryung” starring Shin Se-Kyung and Cha Eun-Woo. For international fans, the drama series will available on Netflix with each episode appearing to stream about 1 hour from when it airs live in South Korea. For fans in Japan, the drama series will be available to stream from September 20, 2019 with all 20 episodes available to stream from that day. The rest of the world will have two episodes to stream on Netflix each Saturday from July 27, 2019.
“Rookie Historian Goo Hae-Ryung” first airs July 17, 2019.
3 Character teaser trailers added for KBS2 drama series “Justice” starring Choi Jin-Hyuk, Son Hyun-Joo and Nana. Son Hyun-Joo as Song Woo-Yong’s character teaser trailer starts off with him stating “Human beings’ good nature is exposed in front of fear.” Nana as Seo Yeon-A’s character teaser trailer has her voice appearing around the 14 second mark and she states “I learnt the truth, so as a prosecutor I can’t ignore that.” Choi Jin-Hyuk as Lee Tae-Kyung’s character teaser trailer has his voice appearing around the 12 second mark and he asks “Do you expect something like a sense of justice from me?”
“Justice” first airs July 17, 2019 in South Korea.