Jan 1 2021

Teaser trailer & poster for SBS drama “Deluxe Taxi”

First teaser trailer added for SBS drama series “Deluxe Taxi” starring Lee Je-Hoon & Esom. The teaser trailer begins with Lee Je-Hoon asking in Korean “Tell me why you feel victimized to death?” Lee Je-Hoon plays Kim Do-Ki. He works for a tax cab company that also offers a revenge service. Meanwhile, below is the first teaser poster for the drama series.

“Deluxe Taxi” will first air April, 2021 in South Korea.

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Jan 1 2021

Teaser trailer for KBS2 drama “Hello? It’s Me!”

First teaser trailer added for KBS2 drama series “Hello? It’s Me!” starring Choi Gang-Hee, Kim Young-Kwang, & Lee Re. The teaser trailer begins with Ban Ha-Ni (Choi Gang-Hee) dressed in a squid costume and dancing in a store. She then gets arrested. The teaser also shows Ban Ha-Ni and Han Yoo-Hyun (Kim Young-Kwang) meeting for the first time, while sitting in adjacent holding cells. Han Yoo-Hyun is the son of rich chaebol family. At the end of the teaser, 17-year-old Ban Ha-Ni (Lee Re) travels through time and meets her 37-year-old self in the hospital. Meanwhile, below are photos from the first script reading, which took place September, 2020 at the KBS Annex Building in Seoul, South Korea. 

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Dec 31 2020

Kim Go-Eun cast in drama “Yumi’s Cells”

Kim Go-Eun is cast in drama series “Yumi’s Cells.” The drama series is based on webcomic “Yumiui Sepodeul” by Lee Dong-Gun. For the drama series, Kim Go-Eun will play title character Yu-Mi. Filming for the drama series will begin sometime in the first half of 2021. More specific air date and broadcasting station information has not yet been decided.

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Dec 29 2020

Main cast for KBS2 drama “OK Kwang Sisters”

Hong Eun-HeeJeon Hye-BinGo Won-Hee and Kim Kyung-Nam are cast in KBS2 drama series “OK Kwang Sisters” (literal title). The drama series will air on Saturday and Sunday evenings after the conclusion of “Homemade Love Story.” Hong Eun-Hee, Jeon Hye-Bin, and Go Won-Hee will play sisters in the drama series. Along with their father, they are suspects in the death of their mother. Genre of the drama series will feature a mixture of mystery, thriller, comedy, and romance elements.

“OK Kwang Sisters” will first air March, 2021 in South Korea.

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Dec 28 2020

Yoo In-Na cast in JTBC drama “Snowdrop”

Yoo In-Na is cast in JTBC drama series “Snowdrop” (literal title) starring Jung Hae-In & Blackpink’s Kim Ji-Soo. Other performers already cast in supporting roles are Jang Seung-Jo, Kim Hye-Yoon, Yoon Se-Ah, and Jung Eugene. For the drama series, Yoo In-Na will play Kang Chung-Ya. She works as a surgeon at a national medical center. She is also a mysterious figure and seems to hide something.

“Snowdrop” will air sometime next year in South Korea.

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Dec 23 2020

First teaser trailer for JTBC drama “Sisyphus: The Myth”

First teaser trailer added for JTBC drama series “Sisyphus: The Myth” starring Cho Seung-Woo & Park Shin-Hye. Narration in teaser trailer #1 goes (0:18) Cho Seung-Woo “I saw those people,” (0:22) Cho Seung-Woo “We are not the only ones in this world,” (0:26) Cho Seung-Woo “Other people have been living in hiding between us,” (0:31) Cho Seung-Woo “These people are looking for you,” (0:36) Park Shin-Hye “Han Tae-Sool, lie down,” (0:45) Park Shin-Hye “Dad,” (0:55) Park Shin-Hye “Speed Up,” (01:03) Park Shin-Hye “If I save you, then you will save the world,” (01:07) Park Shin-Hye “You stop it,” (01:09) Cho Seung-Woo “This time, let’s go to the end” (01:11) Park Shin-Hye “This time I can do it,” (01:13) Park Shin-Hye “I can change all.” Filming for the drama series has finished.

The teaser trailer also reveals that “Sisyphus: The Myth” will first air February, 2021 (takes over JTBC’s Wednesday & Thursday 9PM time slot after “Run On.”).

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