Feb 9 2021

Kyoko Yoshine cast in movie “Arc”

Kyoko Yoshine is cast the lead role in sci-fi film “Arc.” The film is based on  short story “Arc” by Ken Liu & directed by Kei Ishikawa (“Gukoroku: Traces of Sin“). Kyoko Yoshine will play a woman from the age of 17 to over 100. She was the recipient of a technology that allowed her to become immortal. Also cast in the film are Shinobu TerajimaMasaki OkadaKurumi ShimizuKai InowakiTsubasa NakagawaYuri NakamuraChieko BaishoJun Fubuki and Kaoru Kobayashi.  The first teaser trailer for the film has been added at AsianWiki.

Filming for “Arc” began February, 2020 and finished March, 2020. Filming took place at Kagawa Prefecture in Japan. “Arc” will be released June 25, 2021 in Japan.

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Feb 9 2021

Teaser trailer #2 for KBS2 drama “Revolutionary Sisters”

Teaser trailer #2 added for KBS2 drama series “Revolutionary Sisters” (English title) starring Hong Eun-Hee, Jeon Hye-Bin, & Go Won-Hee. The teaser trailer begins with senior citizen Lee Cheol-Soo (Yun Ju-Sang) receiving a court document while at work at a construction site. The court document informs him that his wife has filed for a divorce.

The weekday evening drama series is now scheduled to first March 13, 2021 in South Korea (takes over KBS2’s Saturday & Sunday 7:55 PM time slot after “Homemade Love Story“).

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Feb 9 2021

Teaser trailers for tvN drama “Navillera”

First teaser trailers added for tvN drama series “Navillera” starring Song Kang & Park In-Hwan. Actor Song Kang was most recently seen killing monsters in Netflix drama series “Sweet Home,” plays a young man with talent for ballet. In the first version of teaser trailer #1, Park In Hwan narrates with “Everyone experiences a moment of flying at least once.” In the second version of teaser trailer #1, Song Kang states “Everyone experiences a moment of flying at least once.”

“Navillera” is now set to first air March 22, 2021 in South Korea (takes over tvN’s Monday & Tuesday 9PM time slot after “L.U.C.A.: The Beginning.”).

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Feb 8 2021

Masaki Suda cast in NTV drama series “Konto ga Hajimaru.”

Masaki Suda is cast for the lead role in NTV drama series “Konto ga Hajimaru.” Kasumi Arimura, Ryunosuke KamikiTaiga Nakano, and Kotone Furukawa  are also cast for the drama. The drama series will revolve around 5 people, with the three actors playing members of an unpopular comedy trio and the two actresses playing sisters. The drama series is scripted by Shigeki Kaneko and directed by Ryuichi InomataKo Kanai.

“Konto ga Hajimaru” will first air April, 2021  in Japan (takes over NTV’s Saturday 10 PM time slot after “Red Eyes“).

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Feb 5 2021

Trailer & character posters for tvN drama series “Vincenzo”

Trailer added for tvN drama series “Vincenzo” starring Song Joong-Ki, Jeon Yeo-Bin, & TaecYeon. Captions in the trailer states in Korean (0:07) “A very dangerous stranger,” (0:28) “Met a very strange neighbor,” (0:37) “Evil is punished with evil.” Meanwhile, above and below are 5 character posters for the drama series. The character posters are of Song Joong-Ki as Vincenzo Casano, Jeon Yeo-Bin as Hong Cha-Young, TaecYeon as Jang Joon-Woo, Kim Yeo-Jin as Choi Myung-Hee, and Kwak Dong-Yeon as Jang Han-Seo.

“Vincenzo” first airs February 20, 2021 in South Korea.

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Feb 5 2021

Special teaser trailer #2 for JTBC drama “Beyond Evil”

Second special teaser trailer for JTBC drama series “Beyond Evil” starring Shin Ha-Kyun & Yeo Jin-Goo. The second special teaser trailer focuses on Detective Han Joo-Won (Yeo Jin-Goo). While he sits inside an interrogation room, Han Joo-Won states “There was something which someone needed to hide. Someone inside the police station erased the video.” He then asks “Monster … who is it?” Meanwhile, below are two special posters for the upcoming drama series.

“Beyond Evil” first airs February 19, 2021 in South Korea.

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Feb 4 2021

Still images from KakaoTV drama “Not Yet 30”

Above and below are the first still images of Jung In-Sun and Kang Min-Hyuk (CNBLUE) in KakaoTV drama series “Not Yet 30” (literal title). In the drama series, Jung In-Sun plays webcomic writer Seo Ji-Won. Kang Min-Hyuk plays Lee Seung-Yoo. He works for the webcomic company that publishes Seo Ji-Won’s comics. He is also Seo Ji-Won first love from her middle school days.

“Not Yet 30” will be available to stream from February 23, 2021.

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