Oh, China! What are you doing to me? I am suddenly finding myself sub-stalking my Chinese dramas and pushing off my Kdrama list to the weekend. Right now Tribes and Empires is filling my time, but there are two more Chinese dramas heading our way. Continue reading
I love that we are getting longer glimpses of our three leads each week. These teasers are top notch at revving up my interest in the latest Hong Sister drama Korean Odyssey (Hwayuki). Word on the street is that Netflix will be airing this drama so expect to have to wait a tiny bit for the subs. Continue reading
tvN is capitalizing on the sentimental feelings of the season with this 4-episode drama special, The Most Beautiful Goodbye in the World. Come watch the teaser and see if you’re pulled into the remake of this drama.
SQUEEEEEEEEEE! I am fangirling so hard I can barely breath over here. Lee Sung Gi & Cha Seung Won are back and looking better than ever (at least in their few seconds on screen) in A Korean Odyssey’s 1st teasers. Continue reading
I was extremely excited when they cast Cho Jung Seok as a cop possessed by a swindler. It’s like Oh My Ghost in reverse. I wonder if the swindler thinks he needs to get laid to move on to the afterlife? This is right up Jung Seok’s alley with how versatile he is as an actor and it’ll be so much fun to see him in an action role. This clip highlights his character’s fighting skills and I can’t wait! The plus is that Hyeri’s role seems to be light and comedic which will play to her skillset. Continue reading
Ooh! The new character teasers for Prison Playbook have me intrigued! The last set of character teasers flashed by at light speed, so I am happy to see we get a little more time with each member of our main cast. Just observing their body language gives us some hints about the personalities of this motley crew. Continue reading
If you blink while watching the teaser you might miss the amazing line up this drama has to offer. Seriously, I have not seen so many casting announcements for one series. Continue reading
Please don’t suck. Please don’t suck. Please don’t suck. This is my ongoing mantra as I prepare myself for another Yoo Seung Ho drama. It isn’t that his three dramas post military service have totally sucked….they just haven’t been as good as some of his pre military work. I still am waiting to be wowed. Not to mention, I could really use a little less crying on his part. There was SO much crying on his last film that my quota of his tears is used up at least until 2020. Thankfully, this one looks like it might be a bit more comedy and a lot less melo. Continue reading
Also coming our way soon is Two Cops, starring Jo Jung Suk (Oh My Ghostess, My Annoying Brother) and Hyeri (Reply 1988). Continuing in the theme of ghosts and possession from Oh My Ghostess, Jo Jung Suk plays Cha Dong Tak, a dedicated detective who’s possessed by the spirit of a swindler. They work together to solve crimes and fall in love with a reporter, Song Ji An, played by Hyeri. Teaser trailer after the jump.
Shin Se Kyung (Six Flying Dragons, Bride of the Water God) and Kim Rae Won (Punch, Doctors) star in a new fantasy romance by Kim In Young (Good News, Unkind Woman). A man, Moon Soo Ho, willingly accepts a dangerous fate to protect the woman he loves in a romance that spans 200 years. Teaser trailer after the jump.