Teaser trailer and two teaser posters for movie “Take Point” starring Ha Jung-Woo and Lee Sun-Kyun. The film follows a PMC (private military company) led by Ha Jung-Woo’s character as they are hired by the CIA to enter an underground bunker along the DMZ. Lee Sun-Kyun plays a kidnapped doctor. Movie is directed by Kim Byung-Woo (“The Terror Live“).
“Take Point” will be released December, 2018 in South Korea.
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Main trailer and main posters added for upcoming movie “Unstoppable” starring Ma Dong-Seok, Song Ji-Hyo and Kim Sung-Oh. The film revolves revolves around reformed gangster Dong-Chul (Ma Dong-Seok) as he sets out to get back his kidnapped wife (Song Ji-Hyo).
“Unstoppable” is now set for release November 22, 2018 in South Korea.
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Ep.1 trailer added for MBN drama series “Fluttering Warning” starring Chun Jung-Myung and Yoon Eun-Hye. Meanwhile, promotional photos above are of Chun Jung-Myung and Yoon Eun-Hye holding up handwritten signs. Chung Jung-Myung’s sign says in Korean “Fluttering Warning, Don’t Miss” and Yoon Eun-Hye’s sign says “October 31, Wednesday 11PM First Broadcast.”
“Fluttering Warning” first airs October 31, 2018 in South Korea.
Trailer for “KBS Drama Special: My Mother’s Third Marriage” (literal title) starring Lee Yeol-Eum and Lee Il-Hwa. The drama special is the 8th installment in this year’s KBS Drama Special series. Story for the drama series follows a young woman who is less than thrilled that her mother will marry for the third time.
“KBS Drama Special: My Mother’s Third Marriage” airs November 2, 2018 in South Korea.
Here’s character visuals (posters) of upcoming live-action film “Tonde Saitama” starring Fumi Nikaido and Gackt. The character visuals are of Fumi Nikaido, Gackt, Yusuke Iseya and Masaki Kyomoto. Movie “Tonde Saitama” is based on manga “Tonde Saitama” by Mineo Maya and directed by Hideki Takeuchi.
The film has actress Fumi Nikaido playing male high school student Momomi Hakuhodo. He is the son of the Tokyo governor. Gakt plays mysterious male high school transfer student Rei Asami. Yusuke Iseya plays Sho Akutsu. He is the leader of the Chiba Liberation Front. Lastly, Masaki Kyomoto plays Duke Saitama. He is a legendary figure of Saitama Prefecture.
“Tonde Saitama” will be released February 22, 2019 in Japan.
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Park Si-Hoo is cast in CSTV drama series “Babel.” For the drama series, Park Si-Hoo will play lead male character Cha Woo-Hyuk. He works as a prosecutor and falls in love with a married actress. The actress then becomes the suspect in her husband’s murder.
“Babel” will first air January, 2019 in South Korea.
Ryo Nishikido, Yuko Araki and Eiichiro Funakoshi are cast in Fuji TV live-action drama series “Trace: Kasouken no Otoko.” The drama series is based on manga “Toresu: Kasouken Hoi Kenkyuin no Tsuiso ” by Kei Koga. In the drama series, Ryo Nishikido will play forensic scientist Reiji Mano and Yuko Araki will play rookie forensic scientist Nonna Sawaguchi. They work together to solve cases.
“Trace: Kasouken no Otoko” first airs January 7, 2019 in Japan.
Trailer #2 for horror film “It Comes” starring Junichi Okada, Haru Kuroki, Takako Matsu and Nana Komatsu. Movie is based on novel “Bogiwan ga Kuru” by Ichi Sawamura and directed by award winning filmmaker Tetsuya Nakashima.
“It Comes” will be released December 7, 2018 in Japan.
Trailer for movie “Another World” starring Goro Inagaki, Hiroki Hasegawa, Chizuru Ikewaki and Kiyohiko Shibukawa. Movie is written and directed by Junji Sakamoto. “Another World” will have its world premiere today October 30, 2018 at the 31st Tokyo International Film Festival and the movie will have its general release February, 2019 in Japan.
Teaser trailer #3 added for OCN horror-medical drama series “Priest” starring Yeon Woo-Jin, Jung Yoo-Mi and Park Yong-Woo. If you’re squeamish or frighten easily, you probably shouldn’t watch teaser trailer #3. Teaser trailer #3, which is also titled as a main trailer, starts off with captions in Korean that states “Thing which never should have come back, came back.” A voice then appears that asks “Who are you?” Meanwhile, here are two teaser posters for the drama series.
“Priest” is now scheduled to first air November 24, 2018 in South Korea.
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