Actor Gang Dong-Won is now cast in upcoming movie “Hidden Time.” He is joined by child actors Shin Eun-Soo and Lee Hyo-Je. Movie is directed by Uhm Tae-Hwa (“Ingtoogi: The Battle of Internet Trolls“).
Story for upcoming film “Hidden Time” revolves around a group of children that takes a trip to the mountains. The next day only one person (Shin Eun-Soo) is found. A few days later, another boy is found, but he is no longer a 13-year-old child. The child is now an adult (Gang Dong-Won).
Filming for “Hidden Time” began October 7, 2015 at Namhae, Gyeongsangnam Province, South Korea and is expected to last for about 3 months. “Hidden Time” is expected to be released sometime next year in South Korea.
Ep.9 trailer added for currently airing MBC drama series “She Was Pretty” starring Hwang Jung-Eum, Park Seo-Joon, Koh Joon-Hee & Choi Si-Won. Ep.9 features Kim Hye-Jin’s (Hwang Jung-Eum) complete new appearance that was briefly revealed at the end of last week’s ep.8.
Ep.9 of SHE WAS PRETTY airs October 14, 2015 in South Korea.
Actor Yoo Seung-Ho is cast in new SBS drama series “Remember” (Korean and English title). The drama series is directed by Lee Chang-Min (drama series “Giant“) and screenplay by Yoon Hyun-Ho (movie “The Attorney“).
In drama series “Remember,” Yoo Seung-Ho will play a man with Hyperthymesia which allows him to remember everyday in perfect detail. He becomes a lawyer to prove his father’s innocence, but he becomes afflicted with Alzheimer’s.
“Remember” will first air this December in South Korea (takes over SBS’ Wednesday & Thursdays 10PM time slot after “The Village: Achiara’s Secret“).
Actress Ayami Nakajo is cast in upcoming live-action film “Setoutsumi” which has already cast in Sosuke Ikematsu & Masaki Suda in the lead male roles. Movie “Setoutsumi” is based on the manga of same name by Kazuya Konomoto and directed by Tatsushi Omori (“Tada’s Do-It-All House“).
In movie “Setoutsumi,” Ayami Nakajo will play play Ichigo Kashimura. Her character is a popular high school student.
Seto (Masaki Suda) has feelings for her, but she likes Utsumi (Sosuke Ikematsu).
“Setoutsumi” will be released sometime next year in Japan.
Here’s 3 teaser posters for upcoming JTBC drama series “Awl” starring Ji Hyun-Woo & Ahn Nae-Sang. Drama series depicts the true story of temporary employees at a large retail store who go on strike for 510 days. 2014 movie “Cart” is also based on the same incident.
AWL first airs October 24, 2015 in South Korea.
Drama series “Goodbye Mr. Black” starring Lee Jin-Wook & Moon Chae-Won, is now set to air Wednesdays and Thursdays on MBC at 10PM beginning early next year.”Goodbye Mr. Black” was first scheduled to air on SBS, after “The Village: Achiara’s Secret,” but negotiations failed due to difference of opinions.
First teaser trailer added for upcoming SBS drama series SIX FLYING DRAGONS (literal title) starring Yoo Ah-In, Shin Se-Kyung & Kim Myung-Min.
Ep.1 of SIX FLYING DRAGONS airs October 5, 2015 in South Korea.
Here’s 2 character posters and a main poster for upcoming Korean War film “The Long Way Home” (English title) starring Sol Kyung-Gu & Yeo Jin-Goo.
In addition, main trailer now added for the film which can be viewed below. “The Long Way Home” will be released sometime this September in South Korea.
Here’s the first still images of actor Ha Seok-Jin in upcoming JTBC drama series “D-Day” also starring Kim Young-Kwang and Jung So-Min.
The still images below are from Ha Seok-Jin’s first day of filming for the drama series which took place July 7, 2015 on the set of “D-Day”. In the drama series, Ha Seok-Jin plays Han Woo-Jin. Han Woo-Jin and Lee Hae-Sung (Kim Young-Kwang) often have conflicts due to their different viewpoints. His character is an expert in robotic surgery.
“D-Day” first airs September 18, 2015 in South Korea.
Trailer added for upcoming live-action film “My Love Story!!” starring Ryohei Suzuki, Mei Nagano and Kentaro Sakaguchi. Movie is based on manga series “Ore Monogatari!!” by Kazune Kawahara and directed by Hayato Kawai (“Suzuki Sensei“).
“My Love Story!!” will be released October 31, 2015 in Japan.