Teaser trailer #2 added for tvN drama series “My Unfamiliar Family” starring Han Ye-Ri, Kim Ji-Suk, Choo Ja-Hyun, and Shin Jae-Ha. The teaser trailer starts off with Jung Jin-Young playing the father Kim Sang-Sik, but he is shown unconscious after falling down a mountain. His head is wrapped with bandage in the hospital and he tells the doctor “I’m 22 years old.” The trailer ends with Won Mi-Kyung playing mother Lee Jin-Sook as she asks Kim Sang-Sik “Do you know who I am?” Below are still images from the drama series.
“My Unfamiliar Family” first airs June 1, 2020 in South Korea.
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Teaser trailer added for JTBC drama series “Late Night Snack Man and Woman” (literal title) starring Jung Il-Woo and Kang Ji-Young. Meanwhile, below are still images of Jung Il-Woo, Kang Ji-Young, and Lee Hak-Joo in the drama series. For “Late Night Snack Man and Woman,” Jung Il-Woo plays Park Jin-Sung. He is a chef and runs his own late-night snack restaurant. One of his customers played by Kang Ji-Young gets him involved in television and Lee Hak-Joo plays popular fashion designer Kang Tae-Wan.
“Late Night Snack Man and Woman” first airs May 25, 2020 in South Korea.
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Yuki Furukawa and Ryo Ryusei are cast in live-action film “Restart After Come Back Home.” The film is based on based on managa “Restart wa Tadaima no Atode” by Cocomi. The genre of the manga is BL, which depicts male homosexual romance stories written by women for women. Filming for the movie finished January, 2020 and took place in Chikuma and Ueda, Nagano Prefecture.
Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki: Mitsuomi Kozuka (Yuki Furukawa) quits his job due to his boss. He decides to return to his hometown for the first time in 10 years. The town is located in the countryside. There, Mitsuomi Kozuka meets Yamato Kumai (Ryo Ryusei). Yamato Kumai is the stepson of old man Kumai. The old man runs a farm near the home of Mitsuomi Kozuka’s parents.
Mitsuomi Kozuka and Yamato Kumai soon become good friends, but, one night, Mitsuomi Kozuka kisses Yamato Kumai while he is sleeping.
“Restart After Come Back Home” will be released Autumn, 2020.
Ep.1 trailer added for tvN drama special “Mothers” starring Han Hye-Jin and Kim Mi-Kyung. The drama special consists of 2 episodes and airs May 4th and May 5th, 2020. The ep.1 trailer begins with Han Hye-Jin’s voice over stating in Korean “It’s not my mom’s fault. That’s an accident that can happen to anyone. I thought like that a hundred times, a thousand times, and ten thousand more times.” Meanwhile, below are still images of Han Hye-Jin in the drama series and above is a character poster of Han Hye-Jin as Han Jung-Eun.
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Teaser poster and teaser trailer #2 added for KBS2 drama series “Kkondae Intern” starring Park Hae-Jin & Kim Eung-Soo. The teaser poster features Park Hae-Jin as main character Ka Yeol-Chan. He receives a senior age intern (played by Kim Eung-Soo), who was once his very difficult boss. Still images below are from the drama series.
Ep.1 air date is now set for May 20, 2020 in South Korea.
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Ep.1 trailer and main poster added for KBS2 drama series “Soul Mechanic” starring Shin Ha-Kyun & Jung So-Min. Ep.1 trailer begins with Jung So-Min asking the question “Why are you treating me like a patient?”
Meanwhile, below are still images of Shin Ha-Kyun and Jung So-Min in the drama series. The scene has Psychiatrist Lee Shi-Joon (Shin Ha-Kyun) and musical actress Han Woo-Joo (Jung So-Min) watching a soccer game together.
“Soul Mechanic” first airs May 6, 2020 in South Korea.
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First teaser trailer and teaser poster added for MBC drama series “Dinner Mate” starring Song Seung-Heon and Seo Ji-Hye. Caption on the teaser trailer states in Korean (0:14) “Do-Hee and Hae-Kyung have the worst first encounter,” and asks (0:23) “Is this the beginning of the ill-fated relationship? Is this the beginning of their destiny?” The drama series is based on webcomic “Jeonyeok Kati Deusilraeyo?” by Park Shi-In and previously went under the literal title of “Would You Like To Have Dinner Together?”
“Dinner Mate” is now set to first air May 25, 2020 in South Korea.
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Nana and Park Sung-Hoon are cast for lead roles in KBS2 drama series “The Ballot” (literal title). The drama series is setup as a romantic-comedy. Nana will play Koo Se-Ra, a young woman who is well known for filming civil complaints, and Park Sung-Hoon will play civil servant employee Seo Kong-Myung.
“The Ballot” first airs July, 2020 in South Korea (takes over KBS2’s Wednesday & Thursday 10PM time slot after “Soul Mechanic“).
Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki: Koo Se-Ra (Nana) comes from a poor background, but she still manages to have bright personality. She supports herself by taking part-time work. Koo Se-Ra is famous in her local ward office for constantly filming civil complaints.
Seo Kong-Myung (Park Sung-Hoon) works as a fifth-grade public officer. He sticks to his principles no matter what and he does his job well. Other people do not like him due to his unfriendly personality. He gets involved with Koo Se-Ra.
Main trailer and posted added for movie “Mother” starring Masami Nagasawa, Daiken Okudaira, and Sadao Abe. Dailen Okudaira makes his acting debut in the film as the 17-year-old son of Akiko (Masami Nagasawa). He landed the role after going through auditions and he is actually 16 years of age. More supporting actors have also been announced for the film and they are Kaho, Sarutoki Minagawa, Taiga Nakano, Kaho Tsuchimura, Zenki Aramaki, Shima Ohnishi and Hana Kino. The film is based on the true story of a young teen who killed his grandparents and Tatsushi Omori directs the film.
“Mother” will be released sometime in the second half of this year in Japan.
Lim Soo-Hyang and Ji Soo are cast for lead roles in MBC drama series “When I Was The Prettiest” (literal title). Ha Seok-Jin and Hwang Seung-Un are also cast in the drama series for major supporting character roles. The basic premise follows a woman played by Lim Soo-Hyang who falls in love with two brothers played by Ji Soo and Ha Seok-Jin.
Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki: Oh Ye-Jin (Lim Soo-Hyang) is a ceramic artist. She dreams of finding ordinary happiness, but life throws her a twist when she falls in love with brothers Seo Hwan (Ji Soo) and Seo Jin (Ha Seok-Jin).
Seo Hwan is an architectural designer. He falls in love with Oh Ye-Jin at first sight, but his feelings puts him up against his older brother Seo Jin. Older brother Seo Jin is a race car driver. He became attracted to Oh Ye-Jin after he met her for the first time at his father’s workshop. Meanwhile, Carry Jung (Hwang Seung-Un) is Seo Jin’s ex-girlfriend. Even though they broke up, she can’t get over him.
“When I Was The Prettiest” first airs August, 2020 in South Korea.