Dec 1 2022

Teaser trailer for KBS2 drama “Brain Works”

First teaser trailer added for KBS2 drama series “Brain Works” (English title) starring Jung Yong-Hwa, Cha Tae-Hyun, and Kwak Sun-Young. Captions in the teaser trailer states (0:12) “First time in Korea,” (0:15) “Brain science investigation drama series.” The drama series pairs Jung Yong-Hwa as Neuroscientist Shin Ha-Ru, Cha Tae-Hyun as Detective Geum Myung-Se, and Kwak Sun-Young as Hypnotic Investigator Seol So-Jung. Below are the first still images of Jung Yong-Hwa in the drama series.

The first teaser trailer also reveals that “Brain Works” will first air  January 2, 2023 in South Korea (takes over KBS2’s Monday & Tuesday 10PM time slot after “Curtain Call“).

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Dec 1 2022

Teaser trailer & poster for ENA drama “Can We Be Strangers”

First teaser trailer and teaser poster added for ENA drama series “Can We Be Strangers” (literal title) starring Kang So-Ra and Jang Seung-Jo. Captions in the teaser trailer states (0:01) “Goddess of divorce suit,” (0:03) “I’m her ex-husband but?,” (0:05) “Divorce,” (0:06) “Is easy, but,” (0:07) “Farewell,” (0:08) “Isn’t easy, but,” (0:09) “Lawyers who specializes in divorce,” (0:11) “So we,” (0:12) “Can be strangers.”

“Can We Be Strangers” first airs sometime this January in South Korea.

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Dec 1 2022

Teaser trailer & poster for Netflix drama “The Glory”

Teaser trailer and poster added for Netflix drama series “The Glory” starring Song Hye-Kyo and Lee Do-Hyun. The drama series also pairs again Song Hye-Kyo with screenwriter Kim Eun-Sook. They previously worked together in 2016 KBS2 drama series “Descendants of the Sun.” Caption on the teaser poster below states “There will be no mercy, so there will be no glory either.”

“The Glory” will premiere December 30, 2022 on Netflix.

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Nov 30 2022

First teaser trailer for tvN drama “Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist 2”

First teaser trailer added for tvN drama series “Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist 2” starring Kim Min-Jae, Kim Hyang-Gi, & Kim Sang-Kyung. The drama series is a sequel to “Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist,” which aired from August 1st to September 6th, 2022. In the first teaser trailer for season 2, Kim Min-Jae states around the 8 second mark “I look into the mind first.”

The first teaser trailer also reveals that ep.1 of “Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist 2” will air January 11, 2023 in South Korea.

Nov 30 2022

Poster and new release date set for Netflix drama “The Fabulous”

New special poster and December 23, 2022 release date set for Netflix drama series “The Fabulous” starring Minho & Chae Soo-Bin. The drama series, set within the fashion industry, was originally scheduled to have its release on November 4, 2022, but its release was delayed in consideration of the one week national mourning period after the Itaewon tragedy on October 29, 2022. Caption on the special poster states “Blazingly sparkling millennial life.”

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Nov 28 2022

Minhyun cast in drama “Useless Lies”

Minhyun is cast in drama series “Useless Lies” (literal title) co-starring Kim So-Hyun. In “Useless Lies” Minhyun will play Kim Do-Ha. He is the most popular song composer and producer in the country, but he keeps his identity a secret. This is because he was once framed for murder. He falls in love with his neighbor Mok Sol-Hee (Kim So-Hyun).

“Useless Lies” will first air sometime next year in South Korea.

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Nov 25 2022

Teaser trailer 2 & release date set for TVING drama “Island”

Second teaser trailer added for TVING drama series “Island” starring Kim Nam-Gil, Lee Da-Hee, & Cha Eun-Woo. The teaser trailer begins with Kim Nam-Gil stating “The evil, that has been parasitic on this island since the beginning of time, is everywhere and we dont know where it will appear.” The drama series is based on webcomic “Island” by Yoon In-Wan.

“Island” is now scheduled for release December 30, 2022 in South Korea via TVING.

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Nov 25 2022

Teaser trailer 2 for MBC drama “The Forbidden Marriage”

Teaser trailer #2 added for MBC drama series “The Forbidden Marriage” starring Park Ju-Hyun, Kim Young-Dae, & Kim Woo-Seok. The period romantic-comedy has Park Ju-Hyun play swindler Ye So-Rang. To save herself, she pretends to be possessed by the King’s late wife. The teaser trailer begins with the voice of Park Ju-Hyun stating “The king is a crazy man. He’s completely insane.” Captions in the teaser trailer states (0:13) “Crazy king who has issued a public ban on marriage for 7 years,” (0:25) “The lie I started to save my life,” (0:34) “Makes the whole country go up and and down.”

“The Forbidden Marriage” will first air December 9, 2022 (takes over MBC’s Friday and Saturday 10PM time slot after “Fanletter, Please“).

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Nov 24 2022

Go Bo-Gyeol cast in tvN drama “Holy Idol”

Go Bo-Gyeol is cast for the lead female character role in tvN drama series “Holy Idol” (literal title) co-starring Kim Min-Kyu. Also announced today to play major supporting character roles in the drama series are Lee Jang-Woo, Tak Jae-Hoon, and Ye Ji-Won. “Holy Idol” is based on web novel “Sungseureowoon Idol” by Shin Hwa-Jin.

For Go Bo-Gyeol, she will play Kim Dal. Her character is a fan of idol group “Wild Animal” and she even becomes their manager to save band member Woo Yeon-Woo. His body is occupied by a strange man named Pontifex Lembrary (Kim Min-Kyu). For the supporting actors, Lee Jang-Woo will play Vice Chairman Shin Zo-Woon, Tak Jae-Hoon will play singer Sun Woo-Sil, and Ye Ji-Won will play entertainment company CEO Im Sun-Ja.

“Holy Idol” will first air sometime during the first of 2023 in South Korea.

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Nov 23 2022

Trailer for Netflix drama series “Money Heist: Part II”

English subtitled trailer added for Netflix drama series “Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area Part II” starring Yoo Ji-Tae, Kim Yunjin, & Park Hae-Soo. The sequel drama series starts off where season ended, with the team of masked thieves barricaded within the Unified Korea Mint. A new character is also introduced. That character is Seoul played by Lim Ji-Yeon. She is a hidden card for the team of thieves.

“Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area Part II” will be available to stream from December 9, 2022 in South Korea.

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