“Walking Man” will be released October 11, 2019 in Japan.
Singer-actress Sulli (formerly of f(x)) is cast for a cameo appearance in currently airing tvN drama series “Hotel Del Luna.” Sulli took the cameo role, because she is close friends with lead actress IU. For Sulli, her cameo appearance is her first acting role in a drama series since she starred in 2012 SBS drama series “To The Beautiful You.” Sulli will appear in ep.10 of “Hotel Del Luna” which is scheduled to air Sunday, August 11, 2019. Her character description for “Hotel Del Luna” has yet to be revealed.
Hio Miyazawa & Kisetsu Fujiwara are cast in gay romance film “His.” Screenplay is written by Atsushi Asada (“Penguin Fufu“) and directed by Rikiya Imaizumi (“Little Nights, Little Love“). Also cast in the film are Wakana Matsumoto, Honoka Matsumoto, Sakura Sotomura, Kumi Nakamura, Keiichi Suzuki, Toshie Negishi, Keisuke Horibe and Keiko Toda. The film follows two men who fell in love as high school students, but broke up at the end of their college days. They meet again 6 years later.
“His” will be released January 24, 2020 in Japan.Read more »
Nanao & Takumi Saito are cast in movie “Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku” starring Mitsuki Takahata and Kento Yamazaki. Movie is based on webcomic “Wotaku ni Koi ha Muzukashii” by Fujita and directed by Yuichi Fukuda. For the film, Nanao will play supporting character Hanako Koyanagi and Takumi Saito will play supporting character Taro Kabakura. Both of the supporting characters works with main characters Narumi Momose (Mitsuki Takahata ) and Hirotaka Nifuji (Kento Yamazaki) at the same office and they are also dating. Above is a visual of the four performers in character.
“Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku” is now scheduled for release February 7, 2020 in Japan.
Here’s 6 character posters for upcoming OCN drama series “Strangers From Hell” (literal title) starring Im Si-Wan and Lee Dong-Wook. The drama series is based on webcomic “Taineun Jiokida” by Kim Yong-Ki. The 6 character posters are of Im Si-Wan, Lee Dong-Wook, Lee Jung-Eun, Lee Hyun-Wook, Park Jong-Hwan and Lee Joong-Ok.Read more »
Here’s two “launching” posters for upcoming movie “Quantum Physics” (literal title) starring Park Hae-Soo, Seo Ye-Ji and Kim Sang-Ho. The film centers around a nightclub owner (Park Hae-Soo) who proactively looks into a drug case involving a a famous entertainer. Caption on the posters states “Medicine by pharmacist. Drug investigation by club owner.”
“Quantum Physics” will be released September, 2019 in South Korea.Read more »
Main poster & trailer added for live-action film “The Flowers of Evil” (literal title) starring Kentaro Ito, Tina Tamashiro and Marie Iitoyo. Movie is based on manga series “Aku no Hana” by Shuzo Oshimi (“Sweet Poolside“) and directed by Noboru Iguchi (“The Machine Girl“). Meanwhile, the movie’s theme song has been revealed, which is “Hana Hikari” by Japanese female rock group Regal Lily. The theme song “Hana Hikari” is played on the trailer. Theme song “Hana Hikari” is featured in the main trailer. Below are still images from the movie.
“The Flowers of Evil” will be released September 27, 2019 in Japan.Read more »
Two main posters and teaser trailer #2 added for MBN drama series “Graceful Family” (literal title) starring Lim Soo-Hyang, Lee Jang-Woo and Bae Jong-Ok. Shooting for the posters took place June 26, 2019. The poster above features main cast members Lim Soo-Hyang, Lee Jang-Woo, Bae Jong-Ok, Lee Gyu-Han, Kim Jin-Woo, Kong Hyun-Joo, Moon Hee-Kyung and Jung Won-Joong. The poster below features Lim Soo-Hyang, Lee Jang-Woo & Bae Jong-Ok. The drama series follows a woman play Lim Soo-Hyang and a lawyer played by Lee Jang-Woo who try to find the truth behind the murder of the woman’s mother.
“Graceful Family” is now set to first air August 21, 2019 in South Korea.Read more »
Teaser trailer and teaser poster added for Netflix drama series “Love Alarm” starring Kim So-Hyun and Jung Ga-Ram. The drama series centers around a love triangle between high school students and a cellphone app that notifies you if someone near you likes you. Caption on the teaser posters states “If you turn on the app, your mind rings.
“Love Alarm” is now set to first stream August 22, 2019 on Netflix.
First teaser trailer added for tvN drama series “Catch The Ghost” starring Moon Geun-Young and Kim Sun-Ho. The teaser trailer begins with Moon Geun-Young’s narration stating “681 subway stations, 7.2 million users a day, the subway station is a place of everyday where various crimes are committed. I am a part of the subway police team, who are responsible for the safety of the riders.”
Meanwhile, below are character cuts of the main cast in their subway police uniforms. The photos are of Moon Geun-Young as Yoo Ryung, Kim Sun-Ho as Ko Ji-Seok, Jung Eugene as Ha Ma-Ri, Ki Do-Hoon as Kim Woo-Hyeok, Jo Jae-Yun as Lee Man-Jin and Ahn Seung-Kyoon as Kang Soo-Ho.
“Catch The Ghost” first airs August 26, 2019 in South Korea.Read more »