Teaser trailer #3 titled “main promo” added for upcoming tvN drama series “Kill It” starring Chang Ki-Yong and Nana (After School). The main promo shows Nana as Do Hyun-Jin for the first time. Around the 19 second mark in the trailer, Nana’s voice appears and she says in Korean “Killer becomes the detective’s target.”
“Kill It” first airs March 16, 2019 in South Korea.
Trailer added for horror film “Satsujinki wo Kauonna” starring Rin Asuka, Shoka Oshima, Airi Matsuyama and Hitomi Nakatani. Movie is based on 2010 novel “Satsujinki wo Kau Onna” by Kei Ohishi (“Sweet Whip“) and directed by Hideo Nakata. The film follows a woman with multiple personalites.
“Satsujinki wo Kauonna” will be released April 12, 2019 in Japan.
Masataka Kubota is cast in NHK drama series “Eru.” The drama series is based on the true story of music composer Yuji Koseki and his singer-wife Kinko. Masataka Kubota will play Yuji Koseki. The drama series will be directed by Teruyuki Yoshida & Takehiro Shoen and scripted by Koji Hayashi. Filming for “Eru” will begin autumn of this year and the drama series will air April, 2020 in Japan.
Ahn Jae-Hong and Gong Myung are cast in upcoming JTBC drama series “Melo Suits Me” (literal title) starring Chun Woo-Hee, Jeon Yeo-Bin and Han Ji-Eun. For the drama series, Ahn Jae-Hong will play Son Beom-Soo. His character is a successful drama series PD, but he isn’t interested in making drama series anymore. He then sees a script by Im Jin-Joo (Chun Woo-Hee). Gong Myung will play Choo Jae-Hoon. He works with Hwang Han-Joo (Han Ji-Eun) and likes her.
“Melo Suits Me” first airs July, 2019 in South Korea.
Teaser poster for upcoming JTBC drama series “Beautiful World” (literal title). The drama series features an ensemble cast starring Park Hee-Soon, Choo Ja-Hyun, Oh Man-Seok, Cho Yeo-Jeong, Nam Da-Reum and Kim Hwan-Hee. The teaser poster features Nam Da-Reum as Park Sun-Ho and Kim Hwan-Hee as Park Soo-Ho. Caption on the poster states in Korean “I want to go back to the day when my older brother smiled.”
“Beautiful World” is now scheduled to first air Friday, April 5, 2019 in South Korea.
Kazunari Ninomiya and Satoshi Tsumabuki are cast in movie “The Asada Family” (literal title). The film is motivated by photography books “Asadake” and “Album no Chikara” by photographer Masashi Asada. Filming for “The Asada Family” will take place from March, 2019 to April, 2019. The film will be written and directed by Ryota Nakano (“Her Love Boils Bathwater“). Story for “The Asada Family” will follow photographer Masashi Asada (Kazunari Ninomiya) and his family.
“The Asada Family” will be released sometime next year in Japan.
First teaser trailer and teaser poster for upcoming KBS2 drama series “Doctor Prisoner” starring Namgung Min and Kwon Na-Ra (“HELLOVENUS”). The first teaser trailer features Namgung Min as Na Yi-Je. The teaser trailer shows captions in Korean around the 4 second mark which states “Doctor: A person whose job is to treat diseases.” At the 15 second mark, caption then states “When doctor goes to prison.”
“Doctor Prisoner” first airs March 20, 2019 in South Korea.
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Main trailer added for movie “A Long Goodbye” starring Yu Aoi, Yuko Takeuchi, Chieko Matsubara and Tsutomu Yamazaki. Movie is based on 2015 novel “Nagai Owakare” by Kyoko Nakajima (“The Little House“) and directed by Ryota Nakano (“Her Love Boils Bathwater“).
In addition, Tomoya Nakamura, Yukiya Kitamura and Rairu Sugita have been announced as supporting cast members in the film. Tomoya Nakamura will plays Michihiko. His character is romantically involved with Fumi (Yu Aoi). Yukiya Kitamura will play Arata. He is married to Mari (Yuko Takeuchi). Lastly, Rairu Sugita will play Takashi. His mother is Mari.
“A Long Goodbye” will be released May 31, 2019 in Japan.
Moon Geun-Young has been offered the lead female role in tvN drama series “Catch Yoo-Ryung” (literal title). Currently Moon Geun-Young is considering the offer. If she accepts, Moon Geun-Young will play title character Yoo-Ryung. She works as a detective. Drama series will be directed by Shin Yoon-Sub (“Come Back Mister“).
“Catch Yoo-Ryung” first airs sometime during the second half of this year in South Korea.
Trailer #1 added for movie “Birthday” starring Sol Kyung-Gu and Jeon Do-Yeon. The film deals with parents who lost their child in the Sewol Ferry disaster.
“Birthday” is now scheduled for release April 3, 2019 in South Korea.