First teaser trailer added for SBS drama series “Do You Like Brahms?” (literal title) starring Kim Min-Jae and Park Eun-Bin. Park Eun-Bin provides narration in teaser trailer #1 with “I knew on that day, because of this person who handed me music first before words. Even though I get hurt again and again, I knew on that day that I will keep loving.” Below are the first still images of Kim Min-Jae and Park Eun-Bin in the drama series.
“Do You Like Brahms?” first airs August 31, 2020 in South Korea.
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First script reading for JTBC drama series “Private Life” starring Ko Gyung-Pyo & Seohyun, took place April, 2020 at JTBC Building in Sangam, Seoul, South Korea. The first script reading had director Nam Gun, screenwriter Yoo Sung-Yeol, Ko Gyung-Pyo, Seohyun, Kim Hyo-Jin, Kim Young-Min, Park Sung-Geun, Song Seon-Mi, Tae Won-Seock, Yoo Hee-Je, Jang Jin-Hee, Yoon Sa-Bong, Kim Min-Sang, Kim Ba-Da, Cha Soo-Yeon, Lee Hak-Joo, Kim Seo-Won, and Yoon Jung-Hoon. The drama series is the first acting role for Ko Hyung-Pyo since he was discharged from the South Korean military on January 15, 2020.
“Private Life” first airs September, 2020 in South Korea.
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Teaser poster and teaser trailer added for MBC drama series “When I Was Most Beautiful” (English title) starring Lim Soo-Hyang, Ji Soo, and Ha Seok-Jin. The poster shows the love triangle between Oh Ye-Jin (Lim Soo-Hyang), Seo Hwan (Ji Soo) and Seo Jin (Ha Seok-Jin). Seo Hwan and Seo Jin are brothers in the drama series.
“When I Was Most Beautiful” first airs August 19, 2020 in South Korea (takes over MBC’s Wednesday & Thursday 9:30PM time slot after “Chip In“”).
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Kyoko Fukada and Koji Seto are cast in Fuji TV drama series “Daughter of Lupin.” The drama series is a sequel to 2019 Fuji TV drama series “Daughter of Lupin.” Also cast in supporting roles are Maju Ozawa, Atsuro Watabe, Louis Kurihara, Yoshiko Takehara, Akaji Maro, Yusuke Onuki, Masayuki Shida, Marcia, and Hiroshi Fujioka, who all appeared in the 2019 series. The script will take place from the ending of the 2019 series, with Hana Mikumo’s family in hiding and pretending to be dead.
“Daughter of Lupin” first airs October, 2020.
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Trailer and poster added for movie “Midnight Swan” starring Tsuyoshi Kusanagi, Misaki Hattori, and Asami Mizukawa. The film is written and directed by Eiji Uchida. Caption on the poster and at the end of the trailer states “Last winter, I thought that I wanted to become a parent.”
“Midnight Swan” will be released September 25, 2020 in Japan.
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Teaser trailer #4 added for tvN drama series “Stranger 2” starring Cho Seung-Woo and Bae Doo-Na. Teaser trailer #4 shows the supporting characters including Jeon Hye-Jin, Choi Moo-Sung, Lee Joon-Hyuk, and Lee Hae-Young.
“Stranger 2” first airs August, 2020 in South Korea.
Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki: The prosecutor’s office and the police find themselves on opposing sides. The prosecutors, including elite prosecutor Woo Tae-Ha (Choi Moo-Sung), want discretionary power over investigations. Meanwhile, the police, including Choi Bit (Jeon Hye-Ji), tries to get complete investigative authority that is independent of the prosecutor’s office.
Under this tense situation, Prosecutor Hwang Shi-Mok (Cho Seung-Woo) and Detective Han Yeo-Jin (Bae Doo-Na) chase after the truth in a hidden case.
Main poster and trailer added for movie “A Beloved Wife” starring Gaku Hamada & Asami Mizukawa. The film is based on novel “Chibusa ni Ka“ by Shin Adachi and also directed by him. The film follows a family on a road trip, with the husband attempting to write a new screenplay.
Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki: Gota (Gaku Hamada) is an unpopular scriptwriter. He has been married to Chika (Asami Mizukawa) for 10 years and they have a daughter Aki (Chise Niitsu). Their marriage life is not very good. Gota tries to make his relationship with Chika better, but Chika looks down on him for not being able to earn money. She is also not interested in having sex with her husband. One day, Gota has a chance to travel to Kagawa Prefecture to write a screenplay. He persuades Chika and Aki to go with him to Kagawa Prefecture, but he faces an unexpected case.
“A Beloved Wife” will be released September 11, 2020 in Japan.
Actress Non and actor Kento Hayashi are cast for lead roles in movie “Stop Me” (literal title). The film is based on 2017 novel “Watashi o Kuitomete” by Risa Wataya (“Tremble All You Want“) and directed by Akiko Ohku (“Tremble All You Want“).
“Stop Me” will be released sometime this winter in Japan.
Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki: Mitsuko Kuroda (Non) is 31-years-old and single. She enjoys her life as a single woman. A big reason why she enjoys her single life is that she has counsellor “A” in her mind, which is her other self. Whenever she does not know what do, “A” gives her the right answers. She believes her happy and peaceful single life with “A” will continue, but she falls in love with Tada-kun (Kento Hayashi). He is a salesperson and younger than her.
Main trailer and poster added for movie “Soiree” starring Nijiro Murakami and Haruka Imou. Captions in the trailer states in Japanese (0:08) “She said that running away is elopement,” and (1:13) “Two people ran away. They were happy.”
“Soiree” will be released August 28, 2020 in Japan.
Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki: Shota Iwamatsu (Nijiro Murakami) is a young man, who dreams of becoming an actor. He teaches stage play at a nursing home for the elderly. Due to an incident, he flees with Takara Yamashita (Haruka Imou), who also works at the same nursing home.
First still images for JTBC drama series “Number of Cases” (literal title) starring Ong Seong-Wu and Shin Ye-Eun. The still images are of Ong Seong-Wu as Photographer Lee Soo and Shin Ye-Eun as Calligrapher Kyung Woo-Yeon. They have been friends for years.
“Number of Cases” is now scheduled to first air September, 2020 in South Korea.
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