Choi Woo-Sik & Kim Da-Mi are cast for lead roles in drama series “That Year We” (literal title). The drama series is a romantic-comedy and revolve around two people who once made a documentary in high school. That documentary becomes popular 10 years later, Filming for the drama series will begin second half of this year and the drama series will consist of 16 episodes.Read more »
Posts Categorized: Korean Dramas
First teaser trailer added for KBS2 drama series “The Chronicle of Haunted Real Estate” (working title) starring Jang Na-Ra & Jung Yong-Hwa. The brief 19 second teaser trailer shows only Jang Na-Ra as Hong Ji-A as she mysteriously asks “Haunted house … do you want to sell at the right price?” Meanwhile, below are the first still images of Jang Na-Ra as Hong Ji-A and Jung Yong-Hwa as swindler Oh In-Beom.
“The Chronicle of Haunted Real Estate” first airs April 14, 2021 in South Korea.Read more »
KBS2 drama series “Imitation,” starring Jung Ji-So, Lee Jun-Young, & Yun Ho, is now scheduled to first air May 7, 2021. The drama series will replace “Dear M,” which was first scheduled to air February 26, 2021, but has been postponed due to bullying accusations made against lead actress Park Hye-Soo. Meanwhile, above and below are photos from the first script reading for “Imitation,” that took place recently in South Korea. The first script reading featured main cast members Jung Ji-So, Lee Jun-Young, & Yun Ho (Ateez), Lim Na-Young, Minseo, Yu Ri, An Jung-Hoon, Hwi Young (SF9), Jong Ho (Ateez), Lee Su-Woong (Boys Republic), Seong Hwa (Ateez), Danny Ahn, & Shim Eun-Jin.Read more »
Here’s 8 character posters for SBS drama series “Joseon Exorcist” starring Kam Woo-Sung & Jang Dong-Yoon. The 8 character posters are of Kam Woo-Sung as King Taejong, Jang Dong-Yoon as Prince Chungnyeong, Park Sung-Hoon as Crown Prince Yangnyeong, Kim Dong-Joon as Byeo-Ri, Jung Hye-Sung as Moo-Hwa, Seo Young-Hee as Queen Wonkyung, Keum Sae-Rok as Hye-Woom, and Lee Yoo-Bi as Eo-Ri. Meanwhile, teaser trailer #3 for the drama series can be viewed at AsianWiki.
“Joseon Exorcist” first airs March 22, 2021 in South Korea.Read more »
Teaser trailer #4 and character posters added for MBC drama series “Oh My Ladylord” starring Lee Min-Ki and Nana. Captions in teaser trailer #4 states (0:08) “To a strange man,” (0:09) “Felt the scent of a master,” (0:16) “Knowing just between us,” (0:19) “Eye tracking.” Meanwhile, above and below are character posters of Lee Min-Ki as Han Bi-Soo, Nana as Oh Joo-In and Kang Min-Hyuk as Yoo Jin.
“Oh My Ladylord” will first air March 24, 2021 in South Korea.Read more »
Filming for the drama series will begin April, 2021 and the drama series will air sometime in the second half of this year.Read more »
Actress Pyo Ye-Jin is cast in SBS drama series “Taxi Driver” starring Lee Je-Hoon & Esom. Pyo Ye-Jin will replace Lee Na-Eun, who was first cast to play the role of Go Eun. Lee Na-Eun recently dropped out of the drama series due to bullying accusations made by the younger brother of a former bandmate in music group “April.” The character of Go Eun in “Taxi Driver” is an employee of Rainbow Taxi Company. She is also a skilled hacker and she lost her family to a criminal act.
“Taxi Driver” will first air April 9, 2021 in South Korea.Read more »
Main poster and ep.1 air date added for JTBC drama series “Law School” starring Kim Myung-Min, Kim Beom, and Ryoo Hye-Young. Ep.1 of “Law School” is now scheduled to air April 14, 2021 in South Korea. The drama series will take over JTBC’s Wednesday and Thursday 9PM time slot after “Sisyphus: The Myth.” Meanwhile, the main poster features 10 cast members: Kim Myung-Min, Kim Beom, Ryoo Hye-Young, Lee Jung-Eun, Lee Soo-Kyung, David Lee, Ko Yoon-Jung, Hyun Woo, Gil Hae-Yeon and Oh Man-Seok. Below are the first still images of Kim Myung-Min, Kim Beom, and Ryoo Hye-Young in the drama series.Read more »
Park Min-Young and Song Kang have been offered lead roles in new JTBC drama series “Office Romance Cruelty” (literal title). Currently both performers are “considering” their offers. The drama series will be directed by Cha Young-Hoon (“When the Camellia Blooms“). The drama series will be set at the Korea Meteorological Administration.
“Office Romance Cruelty” will air sometime later this year in South Korea.Read more »
Here’s the first still images of Na In-Woo in currently airing KBS2 drama series “River Where The Moon Rises” co-starring Kim So-Hyun. Na In-Woo will appear from ep.7 as he replaces Ji Soo. Ji Soo was dropped from the drama series after multiple people accused him of bullying during his school days.
Ep.7 will air Monday, March 8, 2021 in South Korea.Read more »