Apr 16 2024

Teaser poster & air date for WOWOW drama”Kanzen Muzai”

Teaser poster and air date set for WOWOW drama series “Kanzen Muzai” starring Alice Hirose. The mystery crime drama series is based on 2019  novel “Kanzen Muzai” by Takeaki Daimon (“Justice in a Balance“) and directed by Tatsushi Omori (“Tada’s Do-It-All House“). Furthermore, Eiji Okuda and Yukiya Kitamura have been announced to play major supporting characters.

The 5 episode drama series “Kanzen Muzai” will first air Sunday,  July 7, 2024 in Japan.

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Apr 16 2024

Comedy film “Handsome Guys” set for release summer 2024

Movie “Handsome Guys,” starring Lee Sung-Min, Lee Hee-Jun, & Gong Seung-Yeon, is set for release summer, 2024 in South Korea. The comedy film follows the two lead male actors who call themselves “Handsome Guys” as they move into a new home in the countryside. Gong Seung-Yeon plays Mina, who meets the two men in their new home. The film also has Park Ji-Hwan and Lee Kyu-Hyung play police officers and Woo Hyeon play Priest Kim.

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Apr 16 2024

Teaser poster for MBC drama “Bitter Sweet Hell”

Teaser poster added for MBC drama series “Bitter Sweet Hell” starring Kim Hee-Seon, Lee Hye-Young, & Kim Nam-Hee. The human black comedy drama series follows a famous family psychologist played by Kim Hee-Seon and her often antagonist mother-in-law played by Lee Hye-Young as they try to protect their family from a blackmailer. Caption on the poster asks “How is your family?”

“Bitter Sweet Hell” first airs May 24, 2024 in South Korea (takes over MBC’s Friday & Saturday 9:50 PM time slot after “Chief Detective 1958“).

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Apr 15 2024

Teaser trailer and poster for Disney+ drama “Uncle Sam-Sik”

Teaser trailer and poster added for Disney+ drama series “Uncle Sam-Sik” starring Song Kang-Ho, Byun Yo-Han, & Lee Kyu-Hyung. The original Disney+ drama series written and directed by Shin Youn-Shick, revolves around a man with the nickname of Uncle Sam-Sik (Song Kang-Ho). Caption on the teaser poster states “I have a big plan for you.” Narration in the teaser trailer goes (0:01) Song Kang-Ho “Everyone calls me that out of love and respect. Sam-Sik and Uncle Sam-Sik. I like it so much. It’s my nickname,” (0:18) Byun Yo-Han “Minister, this is the way for Korea to survive,” (0:23) Song Kang-Ho “Your speech was impressive. Let’s meet together,” (0:31) Song Kang-Ho “When it completes, I will become an official member of Cheongwoohwe,” (0:36) anonymous female voice “Korean noble?,” (0:39) Lee Kyu-Hyung “Uncle Sam-Sik, I will make it happen,” (0:42)
Lee Kyu-Hyung “Yoon Pal-Bong, kill him,” (0:47) Song Kang-Ho “I have one talent. I can give you all,” (0:51) Byun Yo-Han “You said that you saw the national reconstruction plan,” (0:55) Song Kang-Ho “Save and kill, I can do everything,” (0:59) Byun Yo-Han “Why me?,” (1:00) Song Kang-Ho “I can see your ambition with my eyes,” (1:04) Lee Kyu-Hyung “Can you handle it?,” (1:07) Jin Ki-Joo “That person is turning San into a monster too,” (1:16)
Song Kang-Ho “Call me Uncle Sam-Sik, then I will give you food.”

“Uncle Sam-Sik” will be available to stream May 15, 2024.

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Apr 15 2024

Ryu Seung-Ryong, Yang Se-Jong, & Lim Soo-Jung cast in Disney+ drama “Low Life”

Ryu Seung-Ryong, Yang Se-Jong, and Lim Soo-Jung are cast for lead roles in Disney+ drama series “Low Life.” The drama series is based on webcomic “Pain” by Yoon Tae-Ho (“Misaeng: Incomplete Life“). Background for the original webcomic “Pain” was inspired by a real life event when, in 1975, a sunken 14th century Chinese ship was discovered near Shinan, South Korea and the ship contained abundant and well preserved treasures. In the drama series “Low Life,” Ryu Seung-Ryong will play Oh Gwan-Seok and Yang Se-Jong will play his nephew Oh Hee-Dong. They are involved in criminal activity and learn of the possibility that a sunken Chinese ship may exist off the waters of Shinan, South Korea.

“Low Life” will be available to stream sometime next year.

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Apr 12 2024

Trailer and poster for Disney+ drama “House of the Owl”

Trailer video and main poster added for Disney+ drama series “House of the Owl” starring Min Tanaka & Mackenyu Arata. Caption on the political-suspense drama series asks “Is it poison or justice that saves this country?” More supporting actors for the drama series has also been announced: Satoshi Nikaido, Heidi Burger, Ryo Ikeda, Takashi Yuki, Elisa Yanagi, Ako, Kenta Daibo, Shogen, Yasushi Fuchikami, Shugo Oshinari, Kyu Tsuchiya, Qyoko Kudo, Alisa Urahama, Shima Ohnishi, Eugene Nomura, Yota Kawase, Ken Yoshizawa, Hideo Nakano Tae Kimura, and Kyozo Nagatsuka.

“House of the Owl” will be available to stream from April 24, 2024.

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Apr 11 2024

Main trailer and poster for movie “Kingdom 4”

Main trailer and poster added for live-action film “Kingdom 4” starring Kento Yamazaki, Ryo Yoshizawa, and Kanna Hashimoto. Movie is based on manga series “Kingdom” by Yasuhisa Hara and is the fourth installment in the Kingdom movie franchise that began with the 2019 movie “Kingdom.” Caption on the poster states “An unforgettable battle begins.” Story for “Kingdom 4” takes place immediately after “Kingdom 3.”

“Kingdom 4” will be released July 12, 2024 in Japan.

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Apr 11 2024

Teaser trailer and poster for Netflix drama “The 8 Show”

Date announcement teaser trailer and poster added for Netflix drama series “The 8 Show” starring Ryoo Joon-Yeol, Chun Woo-Hee, & Park Jung-Min. Drama series is directed by Han Jae-Rim (“Emergency Declaration“) and based on Bae Jin-Soo’s webcomics “Money Game.” Caption on the teaser poster states ” An irresistible but brutal TV show begins.”

“The 8 Show” will be available to stream from May 17, 2024 in South Korea.

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Apr 11 2024

Teaser trailer 2 & posters for ENA drama “Crash”

Teaser trailer 2 and posters added for ENA drama series “Crash” starring Lee Min-Ki & Kwak Sun-Young. The drama series revolves around a traffic crime investigation team that includes Cha Yeon-Ho (Lee Min-Ki), Min So-Hee (Kwak Sun-Young),  Jung Chae-Man (Heo Sung-Tae), Woo Dong-Ki (Lee Ho-Cheol), and Eo Hyun-Kyung (Moon-Hee).

Narration in the teaser goes (0:01) Heo Sung-Tae “Operation starts,” (0:01) anonymous voice “Who are you?” (0:02) Kwak Sun-Young “TCI,” (0:03) anonymous voice “What? did you come from the broadcasting station?,” (0:05) Lee Ho-Cheol “This has to be abbreviated in English to look cool like FBI, CIA, BTS,” (0:09) Heo Sung-Tae “Which country has the police named BTS?,” (0:13) Lee Min-Ki “If you don’t know the face, I’m afraid you’ll be surprised,” (0:17) anonymous voice “Who lost the suspect after a fight?,” (0:22) Baek Hyun-Jin “You are such a dummy,” (0:24) Heo Sung-Tae “Scale is too big,” (0:25) Lee Min-Ki “I will definitely catch them.” Captions in the teaser has (0:12) “Traffic Crime Investigation Team TCI,” (0:23) “Traffic crime,” (0:27) “Sweeping arrest.”

“Crash” first airs May 13, 2024 in South Korea (takes over ENA’s Monday & Tuesday 10PM time slot after “The Midnight Studio“).

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