Here’s 6 character posters for upcoming tvN drama series “About Time” starring Lee Sang-Yoon and Lee Sung-Kyung. The 6 character posters are of Lee Sang-Yoon, Lee Sung-Kyung, Im Se-Mi, Lee Seo-Won, Han Seung-Yeon and Ro Woon (‘SF9’). Caption on lead male character Lee Do-Ha’s (Lee Sang-Yoon) poster states “I don’t have the type of personality to leave one’s fate up to others.” Caption on lead female character Choi Michaela’s (Lee Sung-Kyung) poster states “I want to live. Do you have time?”
“About Time” first airs May 21, 2018 in South Korea.
Teaser trailer for movie “Chiri Tsubaki” starring Junichi Okada, Hidetoshi Nishijima and Haru Kuroki. Movie is based on novel “Chiri Tsubaki” by Rin Hamuro and directed by Daisaku Kimura. Movie is the third feature film directed by Daisaku Kimura who has had an award winning career as a cinematographer.
“Chiri Tsubaki” is now set for release September 28, 2018 in Japan.
Yoon Si-Yoon is cast in SBS drama series “Dear Judge” (literal title). in the drama series, Yoon Si-Yoon will play two characters who are identical twins. One of the brothers is a respected judge, but goes missing. His identical twin brother, who has an extensive criminal record, secretly takes his place as a judge.
“Dear Judge” first airs July, 2018 in South Korea.
Riho Yoshioka is cast in Fuji TV-KTV live-action drama series “Kenko de Bunkatekina Saiteigendo no Seikatsu.” Also cast in supporting roles are Arata Iura, Kei Tanaka and Kenichi Endo. The drama series is based on manga “Kenko de Bunkatekina Saiteigendo no Seikatsu” by Haruko Kashiwagi and directed by Keita Motohashi. In the drama series, Riho Yoshioka will play a young woman who begins work as a social worker. She has doubts about her ability to do the job.
“Kenko de Bunkatekina Saiteigendo no Seikatsu” first airs July, 2018 in Japan.
Introductory trailer added for movie “Prince of Legend” starring Ryota Katayose, Hiroki Iijima and Akihisa Shiono. The supporting cast features various offshoot members of Exile including The Rampage. From the trailer, “Prince of Legend” seems to combine elements of “Boys Over Flowers” meets “High & Low.”
“Prince of Legend” will be released sometime next year in Japan.
Shin Ha-Kyun, Lee Kwang-Soo and Esom are cast in new movie “My Special Brother” (literal title). Movie will be directed by Yook Sang-Hyo. The film follows two men who are like brothers and outcasts from society. They meet a woman who changes their lives.
Filming for “My Special Brother” begins later this month in South Korea.
First teaser trailer for MBC drama series “Parting Left” (literal title) starring Chae Shi-Ra and Jo Bo-Ah. The drama series revolves around a middle-aged single mother (Chae Shi-Ra) and a young woman (Jo Bo-Ah) who is dating the mother’s son.
“Parting Left” first airs May 26, 2018 in South Korea (airs on Saturdays from 8:45 PM after “My Husband Oh Jak-Doo“).
Teaser trailer #3 added for upcoming OCN drama series “Life on Mars” starring Jung Kyoung-Ho, Park Sung-Woong and Ko Ah-Sung. Teaser trailer #3 is still set at an amusement park in the year 1988. The drama series is a remake of UK television series “Life on Mars.” Meanwhile, here’s two teaser posters for the upcoming drama series. Caption on the teaser poster states in Korean “1980’s … The guys exciting retro investigation story.”
“Life on Mars” first airs June, 2018 in South Korea.
tvN drama series “Wife That I Know” (literal title), starring Ji Sung and Han Ji-Min, is now set to begin airing August, 2018 in South Korea. The drama series will air on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9:30 PM after the conclusion of “What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim.” Filming for “Wife That I Know” will begin in the coming days. The drama series features a romance and fantasy story with time travel involved with the husband character played by Ji Sung.
Kaoru Kobayashi and Yuya Yagira are cast for lead roles in new movie “Yoake.” Also cast in supporting roles are Young Dais (‘NORTH COAST BAD BOYZ’), Tsunekichi Suzuki and
Keiko Horiuchi. The film is written and directed by first time feature film director Nanako Hirose. Story for the film follows two men who both hold secrets about their past.
“Yoake” will be released sometime next year in Japan.