Nov 19 2018

Teaser trailer #2 for SBS drama series “Fates & Furies”

Teaser trailer #2 and second teaser poster for SBS drama series “Fates & Furies” starring Lee Min-JungJoo Sang-WookSo E-Hyun and Lee Ki-Woo. Teaser trailer #2 has footage for the first time of So E-Hyun and Lee Ki-Woo in the drama series.

Meanwhile, the 3 still images below are of Lee Min-Jung as Goo Hae-Ra. The first two still images shows scenes of Goo Hae-Ra in turmoil due to loan sharks harassing her. She contemplates taking her own life. The third still is from a scene in which Goo Hae-Ra is like a new person, full of energy and ambition.

“Fates & Furies” will first air December 1, 2018 in South Korea.

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Nov 19 2018

Trailer for movie “Samurai Marathon 1855”

Trailer for movie “Samurai Marathon 1855” starring Takeru SatohNana KomatsuMirai Moriyama and Shota Sometani. Movie is based on 2014 novel “Bakumatsu Marason Samurai” by Akihiro Dobashi and directed by British film director Bernard Rose. The story has Jinnai Karasawa (Takeru Satoh) running in a marathon to save the domain head from assassins sent by the central Edo government.

“Samurai Marathon 1855” will be released February 22, 2019 in Japan.

Nov 19 2018

Teaser trailer #2 for SBS drama series “Kangnam Scandal”

Teaser trailer #2 added for SBS drama series “Kangnam Scandal” Shin Go-EunIm Yoon-Ho and Seo Do-Young. The drama series is a weekday morning series that will take over SBS’ 8:40 AM time slot after “I Am The Mother Too.” Story for “Kangnam Scandal” follows a woman who needs money to pay for her mother’s surgery and goes after a wealthy man to solve her problems.

“Kangnam Scandal” first airs November 26, 2018 in South Korea.

Nov 19 2018

Trailer and poster for movie “Until I Meet September’s Love”

Main trailer and poster added for upcoming movie “Until I Meet September’s Love” starring Issey Takahashi and Haruna Kawaguchi. Movie is based on 2007 novel “Kugatsu no Koi to Deau Made” by Yumi Matsuo and directed by Toru Yamamoto (“G’mor evian!“). Meanwhile, the theme song for the movie has been announced which is “Koi” by rock band Androp. The theme song appears in the main trailer. The trailer begins with captions in Japanese that says “Here is the future 1 year later.” Supporting cast members have also been announced for the film which includes Kenta Hamano, Yuko Nakamura, Rina Kawaei, Yutaro Furutachi and Mickey Curtis.

“Until I Meet September’s Love” is now scheduled for release March 1, 2019 in Japan.

Nov 16 2018

Teaser trailer #4 and character posters for JTBC drama series “SKY Castle”

Teaser trailer #4 added for upcoming JTBC drama series “SKY Castle” starring Yum Jung-AhLee Tae-RanYoon Se-AhOh Na-Ra and Kim Seo-Hyung. The drama series will follow the lives of 5 women who live in high-end SKY Castle. Meanwhile, character posters below are of the five female leads.

“SKY Castle” first airs Friday, November 23, 2018 in South Korea (takes over JTBC’s Friday and Saturday 11PM time slot after “The Third Charm“).

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Nov 16 2018

Shuhei Nomura cast in movie “Walking Man”

Shuhei Nomura is cast in movie “Walking Man.” In the film, Shuhei Nomura will play main character Atomu. The film itself incorporates real life experiences of rapper Anarchy and he also directs the film. The film also marks Anarchy’s first time directing a movie. Filming for “Walking Man” will begin November 20, 2018.

“Walking Man” will be released sometime next year in Japan.

Nov 15 2018

First still images and air date for Channel A drama series “Coffee, Please”

First still images and air date added for Channel A drama series “Coffee, Please” (literal title) starring Yong Joon-HyungKim Min-Young and Chae Seo-Jin. The still images are of popular webtoon writer Im Hyun-Woo (Yong Joon-Hyung), his trainee Lee Seul-Bi (Kim Min-Young) and Lee Seul-Bi transformed into beautiful Oh Go-Woon (Chae Seo-Jin) after drinking coffee. In addition, the drama series is scheduled to air Saturdays and Sundays at 7:20 AM from December 1, 2018 in South Korea. The drama series airs as a 100% preproduction with filming having finished autumn, 2017.

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