Jun 17 2021

First teaser trailers for KBS2 drama “Red Shoes”

First teaser trailers added for KBS2 drama series “Red Shoes” starring Choi Myoung-Gil & So E-Hyun. The two leads play mother and daughter in the weekeday evening drama series.

Version 1 of the first teaser trailer features Choi Myoung-Gil as Min Hee-Kyung. She states “Dreaming of a happy life, I met a man and started a family, but my life never had happiness. I wanted to succeed and wanted to become happy. I wanted to live for my own dream. I am innocent.” Version 2 features So E-Hyun as Kim Zem-Ma. She states in her teaser “I’ve never been blessed since I was born. Mom, your life was only about your pursuit of your dream. One day, you disappeared into the light and we were forgotten. My mind toward you changed from longing to hatred and from love to curses. I can’t forgive you.”

“Red Shoes” first airs July 5, 2021 in South Korea.

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Jun 15 2021

Kim Nam-Gil cast in SBS drama “Those Who Read Hearts of Evil”

Kim Nam-Gil is cast for the lead role in SBS drama series “Those Who Read Hearts of Evil” (literal title). The drama series is based on nonfiction novel “Akui Maeumeul Ilneun Jadeul” by criminal profiler Kwon Il-Yong & writer Go Na-Moo. Kim Nam-Gil will play Song Ha-Young. He works as criminal profiler to catch serial killers. Casting is underway for other roles in the drama series. As soon as casting is finished, filming is expected to begin.

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Jun 14 2021

First script reading for tvN drama “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha”

First script reading for tvN drama series “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha,” starring Shin Min-A & Kim Sun-Ho, took place  April 21, 2021 in South Korea. Before the first script reading started, Director Yoo Je-Won stated “Seeing all the actors and staff gathered together, I feel honored and reassured. I hope it can be a fun and healing set. I’ll do my best to follow quarantine guidelines and make sure everyone finishes filming in good health.” Filming for the drama series began May, 2021.

“Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” will air sometime in the second half of this year in South Korea.

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