Feb 26 2021

Seo Kang-Joon offered lead role in drama “Zero (0)”

Seo Kang-Joon has been offered the lead male role in new drama series “Zero (0).” Currently, Seo Kang-Joon is considering the offer. The drama series is scripted as a sci-fi chase thriller. Khan Lee (“The Divine Move 2: The Wrathful“) will direct the drama series and the screenplay will be written by Lee Soo-Yeon (“Stranger“/”Stranger 2“). Other details like plot details, broadcasting station, other castings has not yet been decided.

As soon as casting is finished, filming is expected to start for “Zero (0).”

Feb 25 2021

Lee Jae-In cast in SBS drama series “Racket Boys”

Lee Jae-In is cast for the lead female role in SBS drama series “Racket Boys” (literal title) co-starring Oh Na-Ra. Lee Jae-In plays student Han Se-Yoon. She dreams of becoming the youngest member of the national badminton team. Her school’s badminton coach is Ra Young-Ja (Oh Na-Ra).

 “Racket Boys” will first air May, 2021 in South Korea and will also be available to stream on Netflix.

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Feb 24 2021

Airing of KBS2 drama “Dear M” postponed

Airing of KBS2 drama series “Dear M,” starring Park Hye-Soo, Roh Jeong-Eui, & Woo Da-Vi, has been postponed due to numerous bullying complaints against actress Park Hye-Soo from when she attended middle school, high school, and college. Park Hye-Soo’s management company Studio Santa Claus has denied the accusations and stated taht they intend sue, but the accusers have insisted they were victims of Park Hye-Soo’s violent bullying. Prior to the bullying scandal, “Dear M” was scheduled to first air February 26, 2021 in South Korea.

The new air date of “Dear M” will be announced at a later date. Filming for the drama series began October, 2020 and about 80% of the filming has been completed.

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Feb 24 2021

First teaser trailer for MBC drama “Oh My Ladylord”

First teaser trailer added for MBC drama series “Oh My Ladylord” (English title) starring Lee Min-Ki & Nana. The teaser trailer features Lee Min-Ki and Nana sitting together on a couch watching MBC channel on TV. Lee Min-Ki then informs Nana about a new romantic-comedy drama series “Oh My Ladylord” that will air on that channel. Below are the first still images of Lee Min-Ki in the drama series.

“Oh My Ladylord” first airs March 24, 2021 in South Korea.

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Feb 24 2021

Teaser trailer for JTBC drama special “Off The Course”

First teaser trailer added for JTBC drama special “Off The Course” starring Nam Ji-Hyun, Park Ji-Young, & Kim Bum-Soo. The drama special consists of 2 episodes. The script involves a mother and daughter chasing after the daughter’s fiance, who fled on their wedding day. Below are the first still images of Nam Ji-Hyun & Kim Bum-Soo from the drama series.

“Off The Course” airs March 15th & 16th, 2021 in South Korea.

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Feb 24 2021

Teaser trailer #2 & teaser poster for JTBC drama “Law School”

Teaser trailer #2 and teaser poster added for JTBC drama series “Law School” starring Kim Myung-Min & Ryoo Hye-Young. The teaser trailer, featuring Kim Myung-Min as Professor Yang Jong-Hoon, starts off with Ahn Nae-Sang stating “Yang Jong-Hoon is impressive as a professor, but prosecutor is his vocation.” At the 13 second mark, Kim Myung-Min states “Instead, I became to have a goal. Even though I can not produce a good legal professional as a professor, I won’t produce problematic legal professional.”

“Law School” is now scheduled to first air April, 2021 in South Korea (takes over JTBC’s Wednesday & Thursday 9PM time slot after “Sisyphus: The Myth“).

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Feb 23 2021

Lee Sang-Yeob cast in MBC drama “No One But a Madman”

Lee Sang-Yeob is cast in MBC drama series “No One But a Madman” (literal title) co-starring Jung Jae-Young & Moon So-Ri. For the drama series, Lee Sang-Yeob will play Han Se-Kwon. He works at the same company as Choi Ban-Seok (Jung Jae-Young), Dang Ja-Young (Moon So-Ri) and Shin Han-Soo (Kim Nam-Hee). Han Se-Kwon. is a related to the family that runs the company. He is ambitious, but not very good at his job. He goes up against Choi Ban-Seok and Dang Ja-Young. 

“No One But a Madman” first airs June, 2021 in South Korea.

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