“He is Psychometric” first airs March 11, 2019 in South Korea.
Teaser trailer #2 and teaser poster added for JTBC drama series “Welcome to Waikiki Season 2” starring Lee Yi-Kyung, Kim Sun-Ho, Shin Hyun-Soo, Mun Ka-Young, Ahn So-Hee and Kim Ye-Won. The drama series will follow 6 young people who live at guest house Waikiki.
“Welcome to Waikiki Season 2” first airs March 25, 2019 in South Korea.
First two teaser trailers added for upcoming KBS2 drama series “My Fellow Citizens” starring Choi Si-Won and Lee Yoo-Young. The teaser trailers introduces swindler Yang Jung-Kook (Choi Si-Won) and detective Kim Mi-Young (Lee Yoo-Young). They are married, but keep their backgrounds a secret from each other.
“My Fellow Citizens” first airs April 1, 2019 in South Korea.
Here’s the first 2 still images from Netflix drama series “Kingdom Season 2.” The still image above is of Lee Chang (Ju Ji-Hoon) from the back as he is about to draw his sword. The still image below shows zombies from the back side. In season 1 of “Kingdom” the zombies were only active at night and they were absolutely averse to the sunlight. The still image below shows the zombies now gravitating towards to the sunlight. Uh oh …
“Kingdom Season 2” will be available to stream on Netflix sometime later this year.Read more »
Cha Eun-Woo (‘Astro’) is now cast in MBC drama series “Rookie Historian Goo Hae-Ryung” (literal title) co-starring Shin Se-Kyung. Cha Eun-Wook will play lead male character Prince Lee Rim in the drama series. Prince Lee Rim is second in line to the throne. He has also never had a girlfriend, but he is secretly a popular romance writer. He becomes romantically involved with Goo Hae-Ryung (Shin Se-Kyung).
“Rookie Historian Goo Hae-Ryung” first airs July, 2019 in South Korea.
Park Bo-Gum is now cast in movie “Seo Bok” (working Korean title) co-starring Gong Yoo. Movie is the very long awaited 3rd film from director Lee Yong-Joo (“Architecture 101“). In the movie “Seo Bok,” Park Bo-Gum will play title character Seo Bok. His character is the first ever human clone and he holds the secret to eternal life. Filming for “Seo Bok” begins April, 2019.
Tao Tsuchiya is cast in upcoming Fuji TV drama special “Suna no Utsuwa” co-starring Noriyuki Higashiyama, Kento Nakajima and Akira Emoto. For the drama special, Tao Tsuchiya will play Rieko Naruse. Her character is the girlfriend of composer Eiryo Waga (Kento Nakajima) and she works as a bartender. Eiryo Waga is ambitious and he decides to marry a daughter of a government official. The drama special is based on 1961 novel “Suna no utsuwa” by Seicho Matsumoto.
“Suna no Utsuwa” airs March 28, 2019 in Japan.Read more »
Teaser trailer #4 & #5 added for upcoming tvN drama series “Confession” starring Lee Joon-Ho (2PM), Shin Hyun-Bin and Yoo Jae-Myung. Teaser #4 features Lee Joon-Ho as attorney Choi Do-Hyun. He provides narration in the teaser and says in Korean “A case which received a verdict cannot be tried again. This is the law prohibiting double jeopardy. That is the law and reality. That is why the verdict is more important than the truth.” Teaser #5 features Yoo Jae-Myung as Ki Choon-Ho. He states in the teaser “Because of the law prohibiting double jeopardy, if the true culprit receives a not guilty verdict then he is forever not guilty. That is why I have to catch the true culprit.”
Below are the first still images of Lee Hoon-Ho and Yoo Jae-Myung in the drama series. “Confession” first airs March 23, 2019 in South Korea.Read more »
Akari Hayami is cast in NTV drama special “Way To Make Women Feel Better” (literal title). Also cast in the drama special are Yuta Hiraoka, Rena Matsui and Daichi Saeki. A movie version “Way To Make Women Feel Better,” starring the same main cast members, will also be released sometime this summer. Both the NTV drama special and feature film version are based on essay “Onna no Kigen no Naoshi Kata” by Ihoko Kurokawa.
NTV drama special “Way To Make Women Feel Better” will consist of 3 episodes and will are March 16, 23, 30, 2019 in Japan.
First teaser trailer for JTBC drama series “Beautiful World” starring Park Hee-Soon, Choo Ja-Hyun and Nam Da-Reum. The teaser trailer show Nam Da-Reum as high school student Park Sun-Ho. He appears to be blissfully listening to music, but the camera pans out and shows that he is injured. A song plays in the background with lyrics in Korean that says “Let’s make a Beautiful World together, Beautiful World.” The drama series will likely draw comparisons to hit JTBC drama series “SKY Castle,” due to its depiction of parents and their children.
“Beautiful World” first airs April 5, 2019 in Japan.