Mar 23 2016

Ryoo Joon-Yeol cast in MBC drama series “Lucky Romance”

Ryoo Joon-Yeol is cast in upcoming MBC drama series “Lucky Romance” also starring Hwang Jung-Eum.

In drama series “Lucky Romance,” Ryoo Joon-Yeol will play lead male character Je Soo-Ho. He works as the CTO of a gaming company. His beliefs are firmly based in science, while his main counterpart Sim Bo-Nui (Hwang Jung-Eum) is a fan of fortune-telling. This will be Ryoo Joon-Yeol’s first lead acting role for a major broadcasting company.

“Lucky Romance” first airs May 11, 2016 in South Korea.

Mar 23 2016

Kang Min-Hyuk cast in SBS drama sereis “Entertainer”

Kang Min-Hyuk from Kpop group ‘CNBLUE’ is now cast in upcoming SBS drama series “Entertainer” starring Ji Sung and Hye-Ri from ‘Girl’s Day.’ Cast in supporting roles are Chae Jung-An, Jeong Man-Sik and L.Joe (‘TEEN TOP’).

In drama series “Entertainer,” Kang Min-Hyuk will play Jo Ha-Neul. His character is the vocalist from music group Ddanddara which includes a band member played by L.Joe. His character is also the younger brother of Jung Geu-Rin (Hyeri). He experiences a turning point in his life when he meets Shin Suk-Ho (Ji Sung).

“Entertainer” first airs April 20, 2016 in South Korea.

Mar 22 2016

2nd teaser trailer and new teaser poster for MBC drama series “Monster”

2nd teaser trailer and new teaser poster added for upcoming MBC drama series “Monster” starring Kang Ji-Hwan, Sung Yu-Ri, Park Ki-Woong & Soo-Hyun. The new teaser poster features (left to right) Jo Bo-Ah, Soo-Hyun, Kang Ji-Hwan, Sung Yu-Ri, Park Ki-Woong & Jin Tae-Hyun.

“Monster” first airs March 28, 2016 in South Korea (takes over the Mondays & Tuesdays 10PM time slot currently held by “Glamorous Temptation“).

Mar 22 2016

Mana Ashida promo image for Fuji TV drama “Our House”

Here’s Mana Ashida in a promotional image for upcoming Fuji TV drama series “Our House” also starring Charlotte Kate Fox & Koji Yamamoto. In the promotional image, Mana Ashida is wearing a middle school uniform. For trivia buffs, Mana Ashida plays a middle school student for the first time in her acting career. Her character in the drama series Sakurako Ban is actually one year older than her actual age so Mana Ashida won’t wear a middle school uniform until next year in her real life. Meanwhile, story for “Our House” has Mana Ashida playing a daughter whose mother passed away recently. Her father meets an American woman while working in the U.S. and then brings her home to Japan. Mana Ashida’s character is against her new mom when they are introduced for the first time.

“Our House” first airs April 9, 2016in Japan.