“Diva” is now set for release September 23, 2020 in South Korea.Read more »
Teaser trailer #3 added for KBS2 drama series “Zombie Detective” starring Choi Jin-Hyuk & Park Joo-Hyun. The teaser trailer begins with Choi Jin-Hyuk stating “I don’t remember anything. Who am I? Why am I here? Where do I go?” The song “Killer Shangri-lah” by Psychotic Beats then plays in the background.
“Zombie Detective” will first air September, 2020 in South Korea.Read more »
Rinka Kumada & Toshiki Seto are cast in TV Asahi-ABC drama series “Marry Me!” The drama series is based on manga “Marry Me!” by Miku Yuki and directed by Ryuichi Honda. For the drama series, Rinka Kumada will play Himari Sawamoto. She is a NEET, which refers to a young adult who is unemployed and not enrolled in education. Toshiki Seto will play Shin Akiyasu. He is a young adult employed as a civil servant. They soon become married through an experimental government program.
“Marry Me!” first airs October, 2020 in Japan.Read more »
Takuya Kimura is cast in Fuji TV drama special “Kyojo 2” (working title). The drama special is a sequel to Fuji TV drama special “Kyojo,” which aired earlier this year. Takuya Kimura will reprise his role of Kimichika Kazama for “Kyojo 2.” His character works as an instructor at a police academy. Filming for for the drama special will begin September, 2020 and further casting news will be announced later.
“Kyojo 2” will consist of 2 episodes and air January 2nd & 3rd, 2021 in Japan.
Teaser trailer added for OCN drama series “Search” starring Jang Dong-Yoon & Krystal. The drama series is set along the DMZ, separating South and North Korea. The teaser trailer shows Jang Dong-Yoon as Soldier Yong Dong-Jin slowing moving through the DMZ. His canine dog starts to bark after spotting something in the distance.
“Search” is now set to air from October, 2020 in South Korea (takes over OCN’s Saturday & Sunday 10:50 PM time slot after “Missing: The Other Side.”).
Minami Hamabe is cast in live-action sequel film “Kakegurui The Movie Part 2” (working literal title). The drama series is based on manga series “Kakegurui” by Homura Kawamoto & illustrated by Toru Naomura. The screenplay features an original story supervised by manga writer Homura Kawamoto. Also cast in the film & reprising characters from the first film are Mahiro Takasugi, Aoi Morikawa, Elaiza Ikeda, Yuma Yamoto, Yurika Nakamura, Natsume Mito, Ruka Matsuda, Natsumi Okamoto, Miki Yanagi, Sayuri Matsumura and Akira Onodera.
“Kakegurui The Movie Part 2” will be released sometime next year in Japan.
Teaser trailer #2 added for JTBC drama series “More Than Friends” starring Ong Seong-Wu & Shin Ye-Eun. “More Than Friends” takes over JTBC’s Friday & Saturday 10:50 PM time slot after “Graceful Friends.”
Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki: Due to a misunderstanding, Lee Soo and Kyung Woo-Yeon have held a crush on each other for over 10 years.
Lee Soo works as a photographer and he is attractive. Kyung Woo-Yeon works as a calligrapher. She has had a crush on Lee Soo for the past 10 years, since she was 18 years old.
Teaser trailer and teaser poster added for movie “Big Rice Riots” (literal title of “Dai Kome Sodo”) starring Mao Inoue, Takahiro Miura, & Mari Natsuki. The film is set during a real life historical event, the “Rice Riots of 1918” when the price of rice rose out of control and caused widespread rioting in the country.
“Big Rice Riots” is set for release January 8, 2021 in Japan.Read more »
Teaser trailer #1 added for tvN drama series “Tale of the Nine Tailed” starring Lee Dong-Wook, Jo Bo-Ah, & Kim Beom. Teaser trailer #1 has narration that asks (0:08) “Do you really want to see,” (0:11) “The world I live in?” Meanwhile, below are the first still images from the drama series.
“Tale of the Nine Tailed” first airs October, 2020 in South Korea (takes over tvN’s Wednesday & Thursday 10:50 PM time slot after “Flower of Evil.”).Read more »
Main trailer and poster added for movie “Hope” (English title) starring Shinichi Tsutsumi, Yuriko Ishida, and Kenshi Okada. Movie is based 2016 novel “Nozomi” by Shusuke Shizukui (“Killing For The Prosecution“) and directed by Yukihiko Tsutsumi (“SPEC: Heaven“). The movie’s theme song has also been revealed, which is “Rakujitsu” by singer-songwriter Naotaro Moriyama. Theme song “Rakujitsu” appears in the main trailer. Below are 9 new still images from the movie.
“Hope” will be released October 9, 2020 in Japan.Read more »