Yoon Chan-Young is cast in Netflix drama series “All of Us Are Dead” (English title). The drama series is based on webcomic “Jigeum Woori Hakkyoneun” by Joo Dong-Geun. The drama series revolves around a school that suffers from a zombie outbreak. Yoon Chan-Young will play the lead male character at the school. “All of Us Are Dead” will be available to stream sometime during the first half of next year in around 190 countries on the Netflix platform.
Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki: A group of high school students are trapped at their school during a zombie virus outbreak. The students desperately try to avoid becoming zombies and escape from their school.
Highlight video and still images added for SBS drama series “The King: Eternal Monarch” starring Lee Min-Ho and Kim Go-Eun. The highlight video runs for 5:42 minutes.
Meanwhile, above are still images of Lee Min-Ho & Kim Go-Eun and below are still images of Woo Do-Hwan. The still images for Lee Min-Ho above are from filming session that took place December, 2019 at a bakery in Mapo District, Seoul. Kim Go-Eun’s still images above were taken November, 2019 at an old apartment complex in Yeongdeungpo District, Seoul. Meanwhile, the still images below of Woo Do-Hwan show the 2 completely different characters that he plays in the drama serise. Jo Young is the royal guard chief of the Korean Empire and his job is to protect Lee Gon (Lee Min-Ho). Jo Eun-Seob is a bright & lively public service worker.
“The King: Eternal Monarch” first airs Friday, April 17, 2020 in South Korea.
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Trailer and still images added for Netflix drama series “Human Class” (literal tilte) starring Kim Dong-Hee, Park Joo-Hyun, Jung Da-Bin, and Nam Yoon-Soo. The trailer focuses on the characters Ji-Soo played by Kim Dong-Hee and Kyu-Ri played by Park Joo-Hyun. Ji-Soo is a high school student and he resorts to criminal activity to make money. Meanwhile, Kyu-Ri is a daughter of wealthy parents, who have high expectations for her. She mocks her parents by teaming up with Ji-Soo. Above and below are still images of Kim Dong-Hee, Park Joo-Hyun, Jung Da-Bin and Nam Yoon-Soo.
“Human Class” will stream on Netflix from April, 29, 2020.
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Ep.1 trailer and special poster added for KBS2 drama series “Born Again” starring Jang Ki-Yong, Jin Se-Yun, and Lee Soo-Hyuk. For the ep.1 trailer, captions in the trailer states in Korean (0:11) “Being intertwined with a previous life,” (0:15) “Fate,” (0:24) “Resurrection and fate through 30 years.” All three main characters play different characters in two different time periods.
“Born Again” will first air April 20, 2020 in South Korea.
Teaser trailer and poster added for movie “Blue, Painful, and Brittle” (literal title) starring Ryo Yoshizawa and Hana Sugisaki. The film is based on 2018 novel “Aokute Itakute Moroi” by Yoru Sumino (“Let Me Eat Your Pancreas“) and directed by Shunsuke Kariyama (“Humanoid Monster, Bem“). Caption on the poster states in Japanese “She died …I do not forget.” The movie’s theme song has also been revealed, which is “Yumemigusa” by rock band Blue Encount.
In addition, newly announced supporting cast members are: Amane Okayama, Honoka Matsumoto, Hiroya Shimizu, Nana Mori, Mizuki Kayashima, Ken Mitsuishi, and Tasuku Emoto.
“Blue, Painful, and Brittle” will be released August 28, 2020 in Japan.
Kim Rae-Won and Lee Da-Hee are cast in tvN drama series “Luca.” The screenplay revolves around genetics. Kim Rae-Won will play Ji-O. He has a super power and a secret. Lee Da-Hee will play Detective Goo-Reum.
Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki: Ji-O (Kim Rae-Won) has a special power and a secret, but he doesn’t know who he really is. He is chased by mysterious figures, while he tries to find answers to numerous questions that surround him.
Goo-Reum (Lee Da-Hee) is a detective. When she decides on a course of action, she won’t change no matter what. Her parents disappeared when she was only a young child. Goo-Reum chases after the truth behind her parents’ disappearance. She meets Ji-O and her life changes.
“Luca” first airs sometime in the second half of this year in South Korea.
Trailer and poster added for live-action film “From Today, It’s My Turn!!” starring Kento Kaku and Kentaro Ito. Movie is based on manga series “Kyo kara Ore wa!!” by Hiroyuki Nishimori and is a sequel to 2018 NTV drama series “From Today, It’s My Turn!!“
“From Today, It’s My Turn!!” will be released July 17, 2020 in Japan.
Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki: Set in the 1980’s, high school student Takashi Mitsuhashi (Kento Kaku) transfers to another school. Due to his blond dyed hair, excellent athletic ability, and unique personality, he is a target of roughnecks from other schools. Takashi Mitsuhashi becomes a duo with Shinji Ito (Kentaro Ito), who transferred to the same school on the same day. They fight against the thugs everyday. Meanwhile, Takashi Mitsuhashi develops a relationship with Riko Akasaka (Nana Seino) from a friend to girlfriend. Shinji Ito is in love with Kyoko Hayakawa (Kanna Hashimoto).
3 years later, Takashi Mitsuhashi and Shinji Ito face new enemies..
Here’s character posters for JTBC drama series “Mystic Pop-up Bar” starring Hwang Jung-Eum and Yook Sung-Jae. The character posters are of Hwang Jung-Eum as Wol-Joo, Yook Sung-Jae as Han Kang-Bae, Choi Won-Young as Team Leader Gwi, and character poster of Mystic Bar. Captions on the poster states in Korean (Hwang Jung-Eum) “When it comes to solving a problem, Wol-Joo,” (Yook Sung-Jae) “When it comes to saying what’s on my mind, Kang-Bae,” (Choi Won-Young) “When it comes to a crisis at pop-up bar, Team Leader Gwi,” and (Mystic Pop-up Bar) “Escape from present life, life of pop-up bar.” Meanwhile, teaser trailer #2 has been added on AsianWiki.
“Mystic Pop-up Bar” first airs May 20, 2020 in South Korea.
YosiYosi Arakawa and Yuina Kuroshima are cast in Netflix drama series “Ju-On: Origins.” The drama series will consist of 6 episodes and will be available to stream on Netflix from this summer in about 190 countries. Also cast in supporting roles are Ririka, Koki Osamura, Kai Inowaki, Tokio Emoto, Nobuko Sendo and Kana Kurashina.
Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki: Haruka Honjo (Yuina Kuroshima) is a rookie actress. She hears the sounds of footsteps at night in her house. When she learns of psychic researcher Yasuo Odajima (YosiYosi Arakawa) from a TV variety program, she seeks counseling from him about her problem.
Kim Min-Jae is cast in SBS drama series “Do You Like Brahms?” co-starring Park Eun-Bin. Kim Min-Jae will play lead male character pianist Park Joon-Young. His parents ran a small restaurant and did not know anything about classical music. At the age of 6, Park Joon-Young first discovered the piano and eventually won several international piano competitions. According to Kim Min-Jae’s management company, he is currently immersed in learning to play the piano for the drama series.
“Do You Like Brahms?” first airs sometime in the second half of this year in South Korea.