Jeon Do-Yeon (The Good Wife) and Ryu Joon-Yeol (Lucky Romance, Little Forest) star in JTBC’s upcoming healing drama Human Disqualification (No Longer Human).  Directed by Heo Jin-ho (Princess Deokhye) and Park Hong-soo and written by Kim Ji-Hye, Human Disqualification is about real people and their lost dreams. Jeon Do-Yeon is a ghostwriter who dreamt of writing something original in her own name. Although she tried her best, she wakes up one day feeling that she’s a failure and begins to question the meaning of her own existence, which leads her on a downhill path in life’s vicissitudes. 

Ryu Joon-Yeol, on the other hand, manages a service company that caters to the wealthy, providing any errand role or service in their stead no matter how dangerous. He grew up poor and always wanted to become rich but realizes he hasn’t become anything and loses his purpose.  His character is an amalgamation of contradictions. He seems like an adult but sometimes shows the frail sentiments of youth, aloof and sarcastic, and desperate need to be wanted by others. At this juncture of his life, he meets Jeon Do-Yeon, and together, they undergo some interesting transformations as they share their emotional scars.

Sohn Na-Eun (Will You Have Dinner With Me) and Yoo Soo-bin (Crash Landing on You) is also part of the Human Disqualification cast, including Park Byung-Eun (Oh My Baby), Jo Eun-Ji (Entertainer), Kim Hyo-jin (Private Lives), and Park Ji-young (When I Was the Most Beautiful).

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When the Crown Prince's consort gives birth to identical fraternal (different gender) twins, they are considered an ominous sign, and an order is sent to kill the new born princess. To save her, the Crown Princess secretly sends her daughter out of the palace to be raised by monks in a faraway temple. 


A few years later, the twin prince Lee Hwi is killed and to hide her twin son's death, the crown princess brings back the daughter and raises her as Prince Lee Hwi. Lee Hwi eventually becomes a crown prince. Fearing that her real identity will be revealed, Lee Hwi doesn't allow anyone to get close to her and hides her emotions from others, always making biting remarks to keep others from getting too close. Although Lee Hwi distances herself, she starts developing feelings for Jung Ji Woon, her new instructor.

 

Jung Ji Woon comes from a noble family, the he son of a government official in the Saheonbu (an investigative government office), his future seems clearly set out for him. However, there was a reason that he chooses to go his own path rather than follow in his father's footsteps. He becomes an instructor at the Sikangwon Crown Prince instruction government office with the sole purpose of educating crown princes. Ji Woon is handsome, bold, persevering, and tenacious, but also tends to take life as it comes and lives free from worldly concerns as an optimist who enjoys life. 

Pulled together by a force beyond their will both Lee Hwi and Jung Ji Woon will enter into a fateful romance experience irresistible wave of feelings in the midst of a fierce energy battle within the palace.

Reflection of You (Someone Who Looks Like You) is an upcoming South Korean television series directed by Lim Hyeon-work and starring Go Hyun-JungShin Hyun-binChoi Won-young, and Kim Sang-ho.

 

The series is about a woman who leaves the conditioned lifestyle of 'wife and mother' for a brief period and becomes faithful to her desires, and another woman who comes in contact with her in that short span and loses the light of her life. It is slated to premiere on JTBC in 2021 and will air on Wednesday and Thursday.

Jeong Hee-Joo (Go Hyun-Jung) had a tough time in her early and youth days. She grows up into a successful painter and essayist.

 

Ahn Hyeon-Seong (Choi Won-young), her husband, is a rich and powerful person. With their two children, they seem to enjoy perfect family life. Unsatisfied, Hee-Joo feels like spending her time pointlessly. Then she meets Goo Hae-won (Shin Hyun-bin), an art teacher, lacking worldly means but still full of life and shine.

Support Cast includes

  • Kim Su-an as Ahn Ri-sa, Ahn Hyeon-Seong, Jeong Hee-Joo's daughter

  • Park Seong-Yeon as Lee Dong-mi, Hee-Joo's friend

  • Kim Ho-Jung as Lee Jung-Eun, museum director

  • Kim Sang-ho as Yoon Sang-ho, runs a bar

  • Shin Hye-Ji as Lee Joo-young, a classmate of Ahn Ri-Sa, a record queen who records everything with her cell phone

An upcoming South Korean romantic comedy television series. It is directed by Choi Yeong-hoon on the script of Kim Yoon and starring Lee Sang-Yoon, Lee Hanee, and Lee Won-Geun. The series is about finding the memory of a corrupt prosecutor, who, due to memory loss, accidentally changes her life with the daughter-in-law of a conglomerate who looks just like her. It is scheduled to premiere on SBS TV on September 17, 2021.

Cho Yeon-Joo (Lee Hanee), a rogue prosecutor, gets into a car accident. When she wakes up from a coma, her life changes as she is swapped with the youngest daughter of a chaebol, Kang Mi-na, the daughter-in-law of BK Group, who looks like her.

 

Han Seung-Wook Lee Sang-Yoon is a chaebol who still cherishes his first love. He left Korea because he felt the savagery of a fight for the inheritance. He comes back to find the truth behind his father’s sordid death. When he meets his first love by chance, he does not want to lose her again.

Kang Mi-na youngest daughter of the conglomerate Yumin group and the daughter-in-law of the Hanju group

Jo Yeon-Joo, a graduate from Seoul Law University, only daughter of the gang leader Seopyeong Nammun-pa

 

Lee Won-Keun as Ahn Yoo-jun, a classmate of Jo Yeon-Joo from the Judicial Research and Training Institute

 

Jin Seo-Yeon is Han Seong-hye, the eldest daughter of the Hanju Group and Kang Mi-na's sister-in-law.

Based on the novel of the same name by author Jung Eun Gwol, whose novels “Sungkyunkwan Scandal” and “The Moon Embracing the Sun” have also famously been adapted into hit dramas, “Lovers of the Red Sky” is a historical fantasy romance drama set in the Joseon era.

Kim Yoo Jung will star as Hong Chun Gi, the Joseon dynasty’s only female painter, born blind but miraculously regains vision. 

 

Ahn Hyo Seop will star as blind astrologer Ha Ram, who can read the stars despite losing his sight. 

 

Gong Myung will star as the lonely and romantic Prince Yangmyung, while Kwak Si Yang will play the cruel and ambitious Prince Joohyang.

Former After School member Lee Ga Eun has been cast in tvN’s new drama “High Class”!

“High Class” is a mystery-suspense drama about the dangerous lies and hypocrisies hidden behind the perfect lives of the women who live in the top 0.1 percent of society. It also stars Jo Yeo Jeong, Kim Ji Soo, Ha Jun, Park Se Jin, and Gong Hyun Joo.

Lee Ga Eun has been cast as Rachel Jo, a teacher at an HSC international school who grew up abroad in Canada. She thinks of her work as just a job and turns off her work phone as soon as she clocks off to pursue her leisure activities. She is described as a cool and puzzling character who is laser-focused on maintaining her work-life balance.

Jo Yeo Jeong stars as the lawyer Song Yeo Wool, who loses everything when she is framed for her husband’s murder.  Kim Ji Soo stars as Nam Ji Sun, the “queen bee” among the mothers at the international school where Song Yeo Wool’s son attends. Ha Jun plays Danny Oh, a teacher at the school and a former ice hockey player.

 

Park Se Jin plays Hwang Na Yoon, a single mother who is the only one who is friendly to Song Yeo Wool. Gong Hyun Joo plays Cha Do Young, a former top actress who follows Nam Ji Sun because she wants to be back in the spotlight.

Written by Park Seok Ho, Black Sun won the 2018 MBC Drama Script contest. The drama is helmed by Kim Sung Yong (My Healing Love, Let's Hold Hands Tightly and Watch The Sunset); it is a Korean-style spy investigation series that follows a top NIS field agent Han Ji Hyuk (Namgoong Min), who returns after he went missing. And in his endeavor to get revenge and uncover the internal traitor that caused his downfall, he confronts a much bigger enemy behind the organization.

 

Han Ji Hyuk is the top field agent in the NIS. He is held in awe by his colleagues for his perfect record and skill at completing missions. He had been driving an organized crime syndicate into a corner when he vanished off the face of the earth, but he returns a year later to shake up the syndicate once more.

 

On the other hand, Seo Soo Yeon (Park Ha Sun) is the head of team 4 of the Crime Information Center; she excels at her job and has a high record of solving cases. Moreover, she cares about her teammates and has great affection for people in general.

The cast also includes Kim Jin Eun as Yoo Je-Yi; Kim Byeong-Ki as Bang Young-Chan; Lee Kyoung-Young as Lee In-Hwan; Jang Young-Nam as Do Jin-Sook; Yu Oh-Seong as Baekmosa; Kim Jong-Tae as NIS agent; Kim Min-Sang as NIS agent, Kim Do-Hyun as NIS agent; and Kwon So-Hyun as Koo Hyo-Eun.

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Hometown is centered around Jo Kyung Ho, played by Uhm Tae-gu (Rescue Me 2). After being convicted of instigating a terrorist attack in his hometown many years ago, he currently serves a life sentence. Even though he immediately turned himself in after the attack, Uhm remained tight-lipped about what happened the day of the attack and why.

One thing that remains unresolved is how the incident is connected to an old murder case from 1999. Additionally, there seems to be a correlation to recent events, with the emergence of a serial killer who is still at large.

 

Leading the investigation is police detective Yoo Jae-Myung (Vincenzo), a victim of Uhm’s past crime, having lost his wife in the terrorist attack. Joining Yoo in the investigation is Han Ye-ri (My Unfamiliar Family), Uhm Tae-gu’s sister who becomes re-invested in trying to uncover the truth about the past when her niece (Uhm’s daughter) suddenly goes missing. Due to the strange timing of the family’s return to their hometown, all suspicions point to some link with Uhm Tae-gu.

Lee Re (Hello? It’s Me!) takes on the role of Uhm Tae-gu’s teenage daughter. Despite the difficult circumstances around her father’s reputation, she grew up to be a happy childhood under the loving care of her aunt Han Ye-ri and grandmother Park Mi-Hyun (Law School). The family found solace in one another and, together, we're able to withstand the gossip and prejudice against them.

iQIYI will be streaming Jirisan (Cliffhanger), starring Jun Ji-Hyun and Ju Ji-hoon, exclusively outside of Korea. Jirisan​ is a suspenseful mystery, set in Mount Jiri, the story centers around a group of rangers and other Jirisan National Park employees on a mission to rescue lost trekkers and survivors.  There is a mystery surrounding the unexplored regions of Mount Jiri and its many visitors, left for the rescue crew to unravel. 

Seo Yi Kang, played by Jun Ji-Hyun, is the park's top ranger with vast experience in navigating Mount Jiri National Park, making her knowledgeable about tracking down lost individuals. She later becomes Kang Hyun Jo's partner and confidante. 

Kang Hyun Jo, played by Ju Ji-hoon, is a rookie national park ranger and Seo Yi Kang's partner. He is a military academy graduate, an ex-lieutenant who experienced a horrific incident on Mount Jiri which led him to become a ranger, but he has a deep secret.

 

Other members include Jung Goo Young,  a practical ranger who believes in taking care of himself before others. Jo Dae Jin is the head of the Haedong Branch Office in Mount Jiri National Park. He has been a ranger for half of his life. He is a simple, honest man who is fully committed to his job and takes responsibility for his junior rangers.

Cliffhanger is scripted by Kim Eun Hee and directed by Lee Eung Bok. It is set to air in October 2021.

Yoon Kye-sang (Chocolate) and Ko A-sung (Life on Mars) have both been confirmed for the TV adaptation of the popular webtoon Crime Puzzle, a 2015 webtoon thriller, a story where a criminal psychologist is sent to prison for murdering a political candidate, and the criminal profiler who loses her father to the murder is conducting interviews with the murderer for a case that occurs within the prison. These two used to be lovers just a year ago until they meet again as a murderer and a criminal profiler and face the unexpected truth to a series of murders. The thriller focuses on the process of them putting the pieces together, like a puzzle.

Yoon Kye-sang will play professor Han Seung-min, who is well-known in the world of criminal psychology. His life turned upside down due to his unexpected confession of killing his girlfriend’s father, and he is now in prison serving a life sentence. Han Seung-min engages in a mental game with his girlfriend Yoo Hee, a criminal profiler who will probe his case.

Ko A-sung signs on for the role of the girlfriend, Yoo Hee. She works as a detective who will re-investigate Han Seung-min’s murder case because she refuses to believe in his statements.

Park Hae-jin (Old School Intern) was first confirmed for the lead role of Han Seung-min but later dropped out of the drama.

Upcoming OCN Drama “Chimera” will premiere this October. Chimera is about a present-day case that is found to be related to an explosion and series of murders in 1984 known as the Chimera Incident. It will follow the main characters as they track down the criminal and uncover various secrets between the two cases. It will premiere on October 30.

Park Hae Soo will play the role of violent crimes detective Cha Jae Hyun, a perfectionist when it comes to investigations.

Claudia Kim will play the role of profiler Yoo Jin who previously worked for the FBI after being adopted by an American family at a young age.

Lee Hee Joon will play the role of doctor Lee Joong Yeob who was adopted by a British family at a young age. He comes back to Korea after becoming a doctor and gets caught in these mysterious incidents.

Chimera is helmed by Kim Do Hoon, who previously led “The Moon Embracing the Sun,” and written by Lee Jin Mae, who has written “Ex-Girlfriend Club.”

In Korea during the first half of the 1700s, Yi San (Lee Jun Ho) was an aloof and perfection-loving young prince. His father's murder haunts him, although it leaves him in a position to ascend the throne once the current King, his grandfather, a ruthless king responsible for Yi his father's death, dies. He resolves to become a benevolent monarch who reforms laws to benefit his country when he eventually takes the throne. Still, the way his father was murdered leaves him with an emotional scar.

 

Yi San meets a young woman Sung Deok Im (Lee Se Young), at court and falls in love with her. He tries to convince her to become his official concubine, but Sung Deok Im is too strong-willed and free-spirited to accept.

 

Deok Im is intelligent enough to understand that becoming a royal consort to the future King is a prestigious role, but one that would restrict her freedom and likely bring her little in the way of joy. But Yi San's love for Sung Deok Im is so actual and so great that she starts to understand that forming a union with him could ultimately benefit his troubled realm.

The Red Sleeve is scripted by Jung Hae Ri and directed by Jung Ji In. The cast includes
Kang Hoon as Hong Deok Ro, Lee Deok Hwa as 
King Young Jo, Jang Hee Jin as Queen Jung Soon, and Kang Mal Geum as Hong Hye Bin King Jung Jo's mother

Melancholia

Set at a corrupt private high school with preferential treatment, “Melancholia” will tell the beautiful story of a math teacher and a genius math student.

Ji Yoon Soo is a high school math teacher who appears good-natured on the outside but gets very tenacious and stubborn once she makes up her mind about something. Extremely passionate about math, she is a teacher who encourages her students to find their own answers.

Math genius Baek Seung Yoo is a guy of few words who is a voluntary outsider and enjoys taking photos with a DSLR camera. Although ranked last place at his high school, he actually dominated math Olympiads when he was younger, entered the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at age 10, and dropped out at age 12.

Melancholia is directed by Kim Sang Hyub and scripted by Kim Ji Woon

An apocalyptic thriller that takes place in a time in which infectious diseases have become the new normal. In a newly constructed apartment in a large city where the higher floors are up for general sales and the lower floors are rented out, the drama depicts the subtle psychological battle and the class discrimination. The city hits rock bottom when an impending apocalypse hits in the form of a new type of infectious disease in which people suffer from unabated thirst.

 

Yoon Sae Bom grew up in an unhappy household. Her motto is to live comfortably in the complicated world, but she’s actually a character who can hold a grudge. She is decisive and has fast judgment, and she’s the type to put things into action as soon as she puts her mind to it.

 

Jung Yi Hyun is a violent crimes detective and the female lead Yoon Sae Bom’s former high school classmate, friend, and fake husband. He drove his baseball team to victory at the high school baseball league in high school and was selected in the second round of the major league baseball draft. However, he had to quit baseball due to a knee injury, and it was Yoon Sae Bom’s sympathy, and bravery that helped him get back on his feet.

 

Han Tae Seok was an information agent while serving in the military, and after being discharged, he worked as an executive at a pharmaceutical company. He is the perfect person for a position dealing with infectious diseases.

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Upcoming SBS drama Now, We Are Breaking Up, starring Song Hye Kyo and Jang Ki Yong, will be directed by Lee Gil Bok, scripted by writer Je In. 

 

Song Hye Kyo will play Ha Young Eun, a manager of the design team at a fashion label that is a trendy and intelligent realist. She pushed the story on with her solid acting skills and high level of immersion into her role. She portrayed both her character’s trendy side as a fashion designer and the genuine love and friendships of an average woman in her 30s.

Jang Ki Yong is the male lead Yoon Jae Guk, a wealthy and famous freelancer photographer who also has the brains and looks to match.

Hwang Chi Sook, played by Choi Hee Seo, is a fashion label’s design team director who attended high school with Ha Young Eun and Seok Do Hoon is a skilled PR company CEO.

Hellbound is an upcoming Netflix drama adapted from the webcomic Hellbound written by Yeon Sang-Ho and illustrated by Choi Kyu Seok. It will star Yoo Ah In​​ (Jung Jin Soo), Park Jung Min (Bae Young Jae), Kim Hyun Joo (Min Hye Jin), and Won Jin Ah (Song So Hyun).  

 

The drama tells the story of a new religion that hooks people by giving them predictions on when they will die. When that time comes, a dead angel appears in front of them and kills them.


Jung Jin Soo is the head of this new religion, Saejinrihwe. He speaks about the phenomenon when death angels from Hell come and state it's a revelation from God. Jung Jin-Soo has intense charisma and a mysterious aspect.


Bae Young Jae is a program director for a broadcasting station. He tries to dig out the truth about the religious group Saejinrihwe.


Min Hye Jin is a lawyer. She stands up against the group “Hwasalchok” (‘Arrowhead’), which consists of people who blindly follow Saejinrihwe.


Song So Hyun is Bae Young Jae’s wife. She collapses in emotional pain, which she can not deal with.
Jin Kyung Hoon is a detective and investigates cases involving the appearance of angels of death.

Lee Ji HoonHan Chae YoungGoo Ja Sung, and Ji Yi Soo will be starring in a new drama titled Desire together. Desire is a romantic thriller about the scandalous love affairs between two men and two women and is similar to “The Penthouse” series.

This will be Lee Ji Hoon’s first project since the historical drama “River Where the Moon Rises” earlier this year. Lee Ji Hoon, who will play the male lead, said, “I chose the project because it was a character that I’d never done before. That’s my standard for choosing new projects.”

Actress Han Chae Young was confirmed to play the female lead. Her character, Han Chae Rin, is the CEO of a beauty products company. She has both beauty and power and will stick at nothing to get whatever man she happens to like. This will be Han Chae Young’s first drama in two years after “A Pledge to God.”

Ji Yi Soo was confirmed to play one of the four lead characters. Her character, Park Da Som, is newly married but lives in poverty. When her son is diagnosed with an incurable disease, she becomes obsessed with saving her child at all costs.

Goo Ja Sung was confirmed as the last of the four lead characters. He will be playing Hyun Seung Hoon, who dedicated his life to soccer but had to quit due to an injury and now devotes himself to working all day and night to ensure his family’s survival.

Desire will be directed by Kwak Ki Won (It’s My Life, Two Mothers) and written by Park Gye Hyung (It’s My Life). Victory Contents jointly produce it (Something Happened in Bali, River Where the Moon Rises) and IHQ. The drama is scheduled to air sometime in the second half of 2021.

an upcoming South Korean streaming television series starring Kim Soo-hyun and Cha Seung-won. It is based on the British television series Criminal Justice written by Peter Moffat. It is scheduled to air on Coupang Play in November 2021.

The drama explores the criminal justice system from an extremely popular perspective through the fierce story of two men surrounding the murder of a woman. Hyun Soo (Kim Soo-hyun), an ordinary college student, who suddenly becomes the primary suspect in a murder case and Shin Joong Han (Cha Seung-won) the only lawyer willing to help him. Having just barely passed law school, Shin Joong Han's involvement in Kim Hyun Woo's case eventually takes his unremarkable life to new heights. 

 

Support Cast include:
Kim Shin-rok as Ahn Taehee, a perfectionist prosecutor who wants to become the chief prosecutor.
Lee Seol as Seo Soo-jin, a lawyer from a famous law firm and he follows the case that caused Shin Joong-Han and Kim Hyun-Soo.
Kim Sung-kyu as Do Ji-tae; Yang Kyung-won as Park Doo-sik; 
Kim Hong-pa as Jung Ji-ho; Kim Young-ah as Hong Jeong-ah; and Moon Ye-won as Kang Da-kyung, aconfident journalist who investigates a woman's murder and covers it all the time to write exclusive articles.

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The Silent Sea is a sci-fi horror thriller set in the future, where desertification has left the earth with food and water shortages. A special team is tasked with retrieving mysterious samples from an abandoned research station on the moon. Actor Jung Woo Sung produces the series, and the star-studded cast includes Gong Yoo, Bae Doona, and Lee Joon.​

Bae Doona plays Dr. Song Ji Ahn, an astrobiologist who joins a team working to discover the secret behind an accident at the research station.

 

Gong Yoo takes Han Yoon Jae's role, a team leader who takes on a critical mission of retrieving samples from the research station.

 

Lee Joon plays the talented engineer Ryu Tae Seok.​  The story expands on the short film of the same name by director Choi Hang Yong, who helms the Netflix series, and the series is penned by Park Eun Gyo, who wrote the film Mother.

The Silent Sea is expected to premiere in December 2021.

A remake of the BBC sitcom by the same name, Uncle, is a coming-of-age family story and stars Oh Jung-Se as Wang Joon Hyuk, a struggling, loner musician. After getting betrayed and scammed out of his savings, he’s already at the end of his rope when his estranged sister shows up out of the blue and asks for help. After being coerced into moving in with her and her son, the drama follows Oh as he helps take care of his nephew, and the two develop an unlikely bond.

Oh Jung-Se’s sister Wang Joon Hee played by Jeon Hye-Jin (Forest of Secrets 2). She’s finally divorced her abusive husband of 12 years and moves into a new apartment with her son, played by Lee Kyung-Hoon. But her ex is fighting her for custody, and Joon Hee is struggling to raise Lee on her own. To make things even more complicated, Lee suffers from anxiety and OCD.

The cast lineup also includes Park Sun-Young (A Couple’s World), Lee Sang-woo (Reach of Sincerity), and Hwang Woo-Seul-Hye (Crash Landing on You), plays Oh Jung-Se and Jeon Hye-Jin’s new neighbors.

Uncle is written by Park Ji-sook (My Spring Days) and directed by PD Ji Young-soo (Room No. 9); TV Chosun’s Uncle premieres later this year.

Sabotage City is an upcoming South Korean television series directed by Jeon Chang-Geun and starring Soo AeKim Mi-sookKim Kang-woo, and Lee Hak-Joo. It's a psychological series about a society whose characters have different desires and psychology, which pushes them to conceal their dark sides.

The drama takes place against the backdrop of an art museum that belongs to Sung Jin Group, a major conglomerate that holds the reins of the political and financial worlds in South Korea. It is a psychological mystery thriller about the things that disappear when humans become greedy and ambitious for power.

 

Yoon Jae Hee (Park Soo Ae) is the Sung Jin Cultural Foundation head and is in charge of operations at “Space Jin,” the art museum owned by Sung Jin Group. She is also the second daughter-in-law of the family that controls Sung Jin Group. Believing that poverty is corrosive to love and that a stable income leads to a steady life, she chose to throw away her long-time lover. She entered into a marriage of convenience with Jung Joon Hyuk, an illegitimate son of Sung Jin Group. To make her husband the nation’s president, she teams up with the future Public Prosecutor General and goes to war against Sung Jin Group.

 

Jung Joon Hyuk (Kim Kang Woo) is Yoon Jae Hee’s husband. Although he is a popular anchorman with his own fan club, he hides an inferiority complex over being labeled “the illegitimate son of Sung Jin Group” for his whole life. He laughs at ambitious people and those who pretend to have no ambition even as he waits for the day when he can seize the reins of power.

Actor Kim Nam-Gil has confirmed his casting as the main character Song Ha-young in Those who read the minds of evil. Playwright Seol-Na will write the script, and Park Bo-ram will direct it. The drama is a crime thriller about profilers struggling to read the minds of serial killers at the peak of evil. It is based on a true story novel of the same name written in 2018 by Kwon Il-Yong, the number one profiler in Korea.

Actor Kim Nam-Gil who previously appeared in The Fiery Priest (winner of the best drama of 2019), Queen Seondeok, The Shameless, and The Pirates, will play the role of Song Ha-Young, a profiler who digs deeper into human beings than anyone else. He will lead a tense serial killer tracker, showing off his extraordinary charisma and heavy acting breathing.

SBS reported that Those who read the minds of evil would begin filming as soon as the casting is completed.  In April, Kim Nam-Gil is also set to release films Guardian and Declaration of Emergency this year and recently concluded filing his latest movie Nightly Night. Expectations are high for his performance, which has continued his work without a gap.

Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha (lit. Seaside Village Chachacha) is a South Korean television series starring Kim Seon-hoShin Min-a, and Lee Sang-Yi. It is a remake of the 2004 South Korean film Mr. Handy, Mr. Hong. It is scheduled to premiere on tvN on August 28, 2021, and will also be available internationally for streaming on Netflix.

A romance drama starring Shin Min Ah as Yoon Hye Jin, a dentist who moves from Seoul to the seaside village of Gongjin.

 

Kim Seon Ho is Hong Doo Shik, an odd-job expert who helps everyone around town. Everyone describes him as a warm character with handsome looks, a hero to the people of Gongjin as he helps them out with anything and everything around town. Although officially unemployed, Hong Doo Shik takes on many odd jobs with his endless knowledge and skills in various fields.

The drama is directed by Yoo Je Won and written by screenwriter: Shin Ha Eun.

 

Support Cast includes:

In Gyo-jin as Jang Young-guk, the youngest district head who used to be a seventh-grade civil servant.

Jo Han-Chul [ko] as Oh Cheon-Jae, the owner of Gongjin's live café and pub. He is a former singer who disappeared after releasing a hit song in the 1990s.

Lee Bong-Ryun as Yeo Hwa-Jung, born and raised in Gongjin, is the building owner of the dentistry and house where Hye-jin lives.

Netflix’s upcoming series Squid Game (previously known as Round Six) has shared an intriguing sneak peek of its story!

Squid Game, which is set to premiere next month, is a new drama about a mysterious survival game where  456 people who have been failures in their life gather in an unknown place invited to play a mysterious survival game named Squid Game. As men in pink overalls and masks watching their every move, the plays put their lives at risk. The stake is high; 45.6 billion won ($40 million), so the stakes are high. There can only be one winner.

Lee Jung Jae and Park Hae Soo will star as two childhood friends who wind up joining the game—only to learn that there is more at stake than just the prize money.

In addition to releasing a trailer for the upcoming drama, Netflix also unveiled an unsettling poster that puts an ominous twist on the Korean children’s game known as the “squid game. As one of the game’s faceless workers drags a bloody corpse towards a coffin decorated like a gift box, the poster’s caption teases 45.6 billion [won], the childhood innocence of grown-ups will be destroyed.

Meanwhile, the new teaser offers a chilling glimpse of the drama’s survival game. Losing the game means losing your life—and only the final survivor will get to leave with the 45.6 billion won. As 456 terrified contestants put their lives on the line in a fierce battle to survive, viewers are left to wonder who could have organized this large-scale game with life-or-death stakes.

Squid Game will be released on September 17. 

A South Korean television series written by Lee Woo-Jung and directed by Shin Won-ho. Hospital Playlist is in its second installment of the Wise Life series, following Prison Playbook (2017–18). It stars Jo Jung-suk, Yoo Yeon-seok, Jung Kyung-ho, Kim Dae-myung and Jeon Mi-do.

Hospital Playlist's first season aired from  March 12 to May 28, 2020, on Netflix. At its conclusion, the series became the tenth highest-rated Korean drama in cable television history. It was the most viewed series in South Korea on Netflix in 2020. The second season is set to air on June 17, 2021.

Hospital Playlist portrays doctors and nurses working at and patients admitted to Yulje Medical Center. The television series revolves around five doctors who have been friends since they entered medical school in 1999. It's a drama that tells the story of ordinary but special people living in hospitals and the friendship of friends for 20 years.

 

The second season of Hospital Playlist will pick up where the first season stopped in depicting the everyday life of five doctors and the people who care about them as they carefully navigate their personal and professional lives alongside their patients' inside a hospital, where births, deaths, and everything in between coexists.

Upcoming South Korean television series starring Jung Hae-inKoo Kyo-hwanKim Sung-kyun and Son Seok-koo. Based on the webtoon D.P: Dog Days by Kim Bo-tong, the series is co-written by Kim and Han Jun-hee. The latter also serves as the director. D.P. is scheduled to be released on Netflix on August 27, 2021.

An Joon Ho is a soldier. He is quiet and calm, but inflexible. Sergeant Park Beom Goo notices Private An Joon Ho's tenacity and ability to observe. He transfers An Joon Ho to the D.P. (Deserter Pursuit) team. Their mission is to catch deserters. An Joon Ho works with Sergeant Park Beom Goo and Corporal Han Ho Yeol on the team.

 

Sergeant Park Beom Goo looks tired all the time. He curses and nags at An Joon Ho and Han Ho Yeol, but he also takes care of them with his keen insight. Han Ho Yeol sometimes gives An Joon Ho investigative know-how, but he sometimes annoys him. Meanwhile, First Lieutenant Im Ji Seob only cares about his success in the military. He does not care for the D.P. team.

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A 2021 South Korean television series starring Jung Jae-youngMoon So-riLee Sang-yeob, and Kim Ga-Eun. The series follows the story of middle-aged office workers struggling to survive in a turbulent workplace.

 

Veteran Engineer Choi Ban Seok is a developer with the consumer electronics division of Hanmyung Electronics. He is a calm, warm-hearted man with a good sense of humor who is now facing the biggest crisis of his 22-year career. To avoid being included in a round of dismissals, he transfers to the Personnel Department. Despite being unfamiliar with its function, he decides that it is better to endure being there than be without a job.

 

Dang Ja Young, the recently promoted Head of the Personnel Department, is a workaholic who wants to become the company’s first female executive. When Ban Seok first transfers to her department, she doesn’t know what to make of him. But, once working together, she finds her life slowly.

Lee Sang-yeob plays Han Se-Kwon, a development team leader related to the company group's owner. He and DAng Ja Young were once married and now dates Seo Nari. They all work for the same company and in the same department.

 

Kim Ga-Eun plays Seo Na-ri, a deputy of the planning team, and dates Han Se-Kwon. She is insecure about Han Se-Kwon and Dang Ja Young's prior relationship, especially since they work closely.

Jo Bok-Rae plays as Han Seung-gi, owner of Hanmyung Electronics.  Other support cast members include:

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Yoon Kye-sang (Chocolate) and Ko A-sung (Life on Mars) have both been confirmed for the TV adaptation of the popular webtoon Crime Puzzle, a 2015 webtoon thriller, a story where a criminal psychologist is sent to prison for murdering a political candidate, and the criminal profiler who loses her father to the murder is conducting interviews with the murderer for a case that occurs within the prison. These two used to be lovers just a year ago until they met again as a murderer and a criminal profiler and faced the unexpected truth to a series of murders. The thriller focuses on the process of them putting the pieces together, like a puzzle.

Yoon Kye-sang will play professor Han Seung-min, who is well-known in the world of criminal psychology. His life turned upside down due to his unexpected confession of killing his girlfriend’s father, and he is now in prison serving a life sentence. Han Seung-min engages in a mental game with his girlfriend Yoo Hee, a criminal profiler who will probe his case.

Ko A-sung signs on for the role of the girlfriend, Yoo Hee. She works as a detective who will re-investigate Han Seung-min’s murder case because she refuses to believe in his statements.

Park Hae-jin (Old School Intern) was first confirmed for the lead role of Han Seung-min but later dropped out of the drama.

A South Korean television Devilish Judge starring Ji Sung, Kim Min-jung, Park Jin-young, and Park Gyu-young, will air on tvN starting July 3, 2021, for 16 episodes. A webtoon adaptation is also in the works. A former judge writes the series, and it aims to deliver a message about justice through a “live courtroom show” that the whole nation participates in. Is Kang Yo Han, the titular “devil judge” who emerges amidst chaos and confusion, a hero of the people, or a demon who wears the mask of the law?

Ji Sung plays Kang Yo-han is a head trial judge who wears legal robes to hunt down villains. He is the “devil judge” who wears the mask of the law and punishes the greedy and power-hungry through the courtroom show. He creates an aura of mystery around himself with his handsome face and elegant tastes, but no one can know what he is truly thinking inside.

Kim Min-jung, as Jung Sun-ah, is Kang Yo-han's greatest rival and the executive director of a CSR (corporate social responsibility) foundation. With her beauty and her brains, she is closely involved with many important people, including Kang Yo Han, and has the power to shake up the nation.

 

Park Jin-young, as Kim Ga-on, is an associate trial judge who shines as the one ray of hope in a dystopian world. He lost his parents when he was a child and spent a rough childhood, but he worked himself to the bone to get his first appointment as a judge. He has patience and endurance, but he is thrown into chaos while observing the actions of Kang Yo Han.

 

Park Gyu-young as Yoon Soo-Hyun is a police detective in a regional investigation unit on the hunt for Kang Yo Han’s secrets. She and Kim Ga On have been friends since childhood and grew up like siblings. Even though she is quite popular due to her easygoing personality and good looks, only Kim Ga On is oblivious to her charms.

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Jang Young-Nam, as Cha Kyung-hee, is the Minister of Justice, an ambitious elite prosecutor to become the President of South Korea. Director: Choi Jung Gyu; Screenwriter: Moon Yoo Seok

A South Korean television series starring Han So-hee and Song Kang. Based on a popular webtoon of the same name, which was first published on Naver Webtoon, it tells the story of two people who are very attracted to each other but are cynical about love owing to their traumatic past relationships. The drama depicts a hyper-realistic romance between a man who is annoyed with relationships but likes to flirt and a woman who wants to date but does not believe in love.

Park Jae Eon (Sang Kang) a student at Hongseo University's Sculpture Department who thinks relationships are a bother but likes to flirt. He is kind and friendly to everyone but is actually uninterested in other people. He is an expert in playing hard-to-get and firmly draws the lines when it comes to relationships. He does not show his true feelings. Yet when Park Jae Eon meets Yoo Na Bi, he wants to cross those lines.

 

Yoo Na Bi (Han So-Hee), a Hongseo University's Sculpture Department student, has given up on love but still wants to go out on dates. Due to a cruel experience with her first love, she no longer believes in destiny and has vowed never to fall in love again. But when she meets Park Jae Eon, he has a magical effect on her that challenges Na Bi’s decision to stay aloof. 

Other cast members include Chae Jong-hyeop as Yang Do-Hyeok Na-bi's childhood friend, whose first love is her. He runs a popular cooking show on YouTubeLee Yeol Eum stars as Yoon Seol-ah, Jae Eon's middle school classmate and ex-girlfriend. Yang Hye-Ji as Oh Bit-Na, Na-Bi's best friend. Additional supporting cast also includes Kim Min-Gwi as Nam Gyu-Hyun, Bit-Na's best friend, Lee Ho-Jung as Yoon Sol, Na-bi's best friend, Yoon Seo-ah as Seo Ji-wan, Bit-Na's best friend, and Jung Jae-Kwang as Ahn Kyung-joon, Jae Eon and Na-Bi's seniors in art School.

Bossam – Stealing Fate” will tell the story of a person who accidentally kidnaps a princess. Ba-Woo (Jung Il-Woo) is a degenerate man. He gambles, steals, fights, and provides bossam kidnapping service for money (bossam is a customary remarriage procedure that took place during the Joseon period) when a widow could not remarry. A single man or widower would kidnap the widow and marry her. Some of the kidnappings were agreed upon in advance, and others were by force).  At a young age, Ba-Woo was framed for conspiracy; though he escapes with his life, he has had to hide his identity and live a life of poverty, forcing him to take up bossams as a means of making a living.

 

One day, while performing a bossam, he mistakenly kidnaps Princess Soo-Kyung (Kwon Yuri), the daughter of Prince Gwanghae and the daughter-in-law of his enemy Lee Yi-Cheom. The princess was married to Lee Yi-Cheom's family through a secret political agreement, which had her marrying the older brother of the man she loved, but, on the day of her wedding, her husband dies, leaving her a widow.

 

The drama is set during the reign of King Gwang Hae and revolves around Ba Woo and Princess Soo Kyung. A story of life and love touches upon the oppression and suffering experienced by women and the impoverished. Directed by Kwon Seok Jang and scripted by Kim Ji Soo &Park Chul

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A South Korean television series that first premiered on OCN in January 2017. It followed the lives of a 112 emergency call center program and its employees as they fought against crimes relying mainly on their team leader Kang Kwon Joo's (Lee Ha Na) unique ability to hear sounds the normal ear cannot depict or hear. The drama garnered great reason with its first season that concluded on March 12th. The second season aired in August 2018 following the same premise but with different villains; again, due to its high success, the series was commissioned for a third season, which aired in May 2019.

Ratings for the first season set new records for OCN dramas when they aired in South Korea, proving to be a hit among viewers. It is one of the highest-rated dramas in Korean cable television history and ranked first among cable TV dramas for many consecutive weeks. Upon its premiere, the second season also set the record for the highest premiere rating of an OCN television series. And despite its shorter run, the second season surpassed the first season's ratings and eventually became the highest-rated OCN television series.

 

Currently, in its fourth installment, Voice 4: Judgment Hour, has Kang Kwon Joo reprise her role as the Director of the emergency center in a new chapter of the center as they hunt a serial killer with an enhanced hearing ability appears. The serial killer murders people using his enhanced ability. Because of this, Kang Kwon Joo, who also has an enhanced hearing ability, is driven into a corner.

 

To capture this formidable villain, Kang Kwon-Joo cooperates with Detective Derek Jo to catch the serial killer. All this while battles her own demons with  PTSD, yet she still carries out her duties as the emergency 112 call center leader.

 

In Song Seung Heon, Derek Jo is a person of principle who doesn’t allow mistakes. He is a team leader from the LAPD (Los Angeles Police Department). His LAPD team dealt with criminal gangs.

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Monthly Magazine Home is a home-searching rom-com drama about a man who buys houses and a woman who lives in them follows the diverse stories of the editors of a home magazine.

Yoo Ja Sung is the CEO of a real estate investment company and magazine company Monthly House who went from rags to riches. By studying during the day, working as a restaurant part-timer and a designated driver at night, and working at construction sites during the weekends, Yoo Ja Sung eventually became a wealthy investment expert owning property worth tens of billions of won (tens of millions of dollars) in real estate. However, when he runs into Na Young Won, the two, things change for him as they begin an unexpected romance.

Na Young Won is a magazine editor with 10 years of experience who has been living alone for 10 years at a rented home. She believes her home to be the place where she can truly be herself. However, when she meets her new homeowner and Monthly House magazine CEO, Na Young Won, she searches for a house of her own and develops an interest in real estate.

On the other hand, we have camping fanatic, professional photographer Shin Kyum who lives by the principles that one only lives once and avidly believes in work-life balance. Despite coming from a wealthy family, he chooses to become a photographer and happens to be  Na Young Won’s neighbor. He's also her convenience store partner, allowing their fates to be constantly intertwined.

Mine is a 2021 South Korean television series directed by Lee Na-Jung and starring Lee Bo-young, Kim Seo-Hyung, Lee Hyun-Wook, and Ok Ja Yeon. It revolves around strong women who free themselves from society's prejudice and find their real 'mine.' It also peeps into the mysterious lives of wealthy people. 

 

The series premiered on tvN on May 8, 2021, and airs every Saturday and Sunday. Internationally, it is available on Netflix.

The series glimpses into the high society's lifestyle and follows strong and ambitious women trying to find who they really are and what they are willing to give in trying to become their true selves. 

Mad For Each Other is a 2021 South Korean television series directed by Lee Tae Gon and screenwritten by Ah Kyung. It stars Oh Yeon Seo, Jung Woo, Lee Soo Hyun, among others

 

No Hwi Oh (Jung Woo) is a detective in the violent crimes division of the Gangnam Police Station. He thinks that he is doing well until his life suddenly takes a turn, and he becomes a “crazy” person who can’t hold in his anger about anything.

Lee Min Kyung (Oh Yeon Seo) is a woman who is caught up in her own delusions and compulsions. She had lived an ordinary life as a pretty woman with a respectable job until “that incident” caused everything in her life to break down. As a result, she could not trust anyone and is caught in a prison of her own making. Her delusions also have the unfortunate side effect of making everyone else around her angry.

 

The story revolves around two people with painful pasts who go through a complicated process of hurting and healing while falling in love with each other.

Law School is a South Korean television series starring Kim Myung-minKim BumRyu Hye-young, and Lee Jung-Eun; directed by Kim Seok Yoon and scripted by Seo In. It tells how the students and Faculty of South Korea’s top law school become involved in a highly unusual case. 

 

Yang Jong Hoon is a criminal law professor and a former elite prosecutor whose harsh words make him the professor to avoid. At the same time, something is compelling about his strict teaching methods and his refusal to accept less than the best from his future juniors in the legal profession. 

 

Han Joon Hwi, a first-year law student, is at the top of his class. He’s a natural leader whose good looks and easy charm make him the perfect man - on paper. However, there’s an unexpected side to him that remains well-hidden. 

 

Kang Sol is another first-year law student who overcame childhood poverty and hardships by gaining special admission to the Law School. Due to her constant sense of deprivation, she often walks on thorns amidst the wealth and talent that surrounds her. Eventually, her passion does enlighten her on what it truly takes to be a good lawyer. 

 

Kim Eun Sook is a civil law professor who was once the head of the law school’s free legal clinic. Her natural air of authority and freewheeling personality earned her the reputation for being a master in court; she is Yang Jong Hoon’s only confident.

Sell Your Haunted House is an occult drama about real estate brokers who exorcise and clean buildings that both ghosts and dead people frequent. The drama stars Jang Na Ra as Hong Ji Ah and Jung Yong Hwa as Oh In Bum. The drama is directed by Park Jin Suk and scripted by Ha Soo Jin.

Although Daebak Real Estate’s boss and exorcist Hong Ji Ah seems perfect with her beauty and intelligence, she’s actually a hot-tempered exorcist whose fists come before her words. Her ability to exorcise has been passed down to her from her mother.

 

On the other hand, Oh In Bum is a con artist who doesn’t believe in ghosts but uses them as a means to make a living. He has the perfect set of skills for a con artist, being able to use his great observation and reasoning skills to determine the causes and effects and future predictions for any situation.

 

The story follows Hong Ji Ah and Oh In Bum's escapades as they put aside their disagreement and work together to solve the secret behind her mother’s death 20 years ago.

Dark Hole, scripted by Jung Yi Do and directed by Kim Bong Joo, is a story about a group of survivors who have to fight for their lives against humans who mutate when they breathe a mysterious dark smoke from a sinkhole.

 

Lee Hwa Sun (Kim Ok Bin) is a police detective in the Seoul regional investigation unit. Her life is turned upside down when she receives a taunting phone call from her husband’s murderer, telling her to come to “Mujishi.” However, the people in Mujishi have been transformed into monsters after breathing in a mysterious dark smoke. Lee Hwa Sun finds she must fight to survive and battle her fears so she can capture her husband’s murderer.

 

Yoo Tae Han ( Lee Joon Hyuk), a native of Mujishi, is a wreck car driver. He has a carefree personality and likes to joke around, but he has a strong sense of justice. He quit being a police officer due to a scandal caused by a misunderstanding, but he is proud of his days in the force. When he meets Lee Hwa Sun in the chaos of Mujishi, he decides battle the mutants and devotes his life to saving others from danger.

Based on a webtoon of the same name, Taxi Driver is about a mysterious taxi service called Rainbow Taxi, where the employees take revenge on behalf of clients who cannot get help from the law. The drama is directed by Park Joon Woo and written by Oh Sang Ho and stars Kim Do Gi (Lee Je Hoon), Kang Ha Na (Esom), Jang Sung Cheol (Kim Eui Sung), Ahn Go Eun (Pyo Ye Jin), Choi Kyung Goo (Jang Hyuk Jin), and Park Jin Uhn (Bae Yoo Ram). Each character has their individual role within the taxi service’s unique mission.

As a former special forces soldier, Kim Do Gi is the main player of Rainbow Taxi’s revenge missions. He brings psychological skills coupled with intuition and quick judgment to his practical skills in stunt driving and hand-to-hand combat. He is also skilled at disguising and camouflaging himself to confuse his target.

Jang Sung Cheol leads the Rainbow Taxi team and is responsible for undertaking the missions. His strong leadership and warm skills make him the perfect CEO for the Blue Bird Foundation, which helps victims of crime and at the same time helps him build up his public image, forge close relationships with prosecutors to get inside information he can use to exact his clients’ revenge.

Ahn Go Eun is the IT specialist and the hacker of the team. She can freely hack into any digital device, whether it’s CCTV, smartphones, or computers. She is in charge of exposing the criminal's personal information to advance the team's planning processes. She also acts as the “eyes” and “ears” for Kim Do Gi as he carries out his missions.

Choi Kyung Goo and Park Jin Uhn are the engineering duo of Rainbow Taxi. “Chief Choi” is a genius engineer who adds all sorts of technological innovations to Rainbow Taxi’s taxis, while “Chief Park” is in charge of tuning the cars and their engines. The two are attached at the hip and are never seen apart.

Meanwhile, Kang Ha Na is a passionate prosecutor who is notoriously known as a“bulldozer” who is willing to resort to any means in the pursuit of justice. She is a spitfire who is always on the go and isn’t afraid to get her hands dirty while working a case. And while working on the cases, she begins to grow suspicious of Kim Do Gi and the unusual taxi service. 

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In this drama you will meet the two fearless men willing to go to extreme lengths in their pursuit of a serial killer that has shaken up their quiet city.


Lee Dong Sik, a once capable detective, is now demoted to performing menial tasks at the Manyang Police Substation. He was beginning to settle into a peaceful life when his new superior, Detective Han Joo Won, is transferred. Joo Won is an elite detective whose father is the star candidate for the National Police Agency’s next chief. Despite his admirable qualities and high social standing, Joo Won harbors a long-held secret.

 

When a string of gruesome killings occurs, a pattern takes shape that is oddly reminiscent of some cold serial-murder cases from 20 years prior. Dong Sik and Joo Won team up, vowing to stop this vicious culprit in his tracks. 
As their investigation proceeds, they are forced to look far deeper than what the evidence suggests, questioning the culpability of all those surrounding the case, including their own.

Beyond Evil received seven nominations at the 57th Baeksang Arts Awards, winning three – Best Drama, Best Screenplay, and Best Actor for Shin Ha-kyun. It was also selected as one of the final dramas for the Baeksang Arts Award Grand Prize – Television.

Mouse, a suspenseful crime drama, raises and explores the complex issue around psychopathic behaviors through the use of fetal genetic testing to predict or detect antisocial behavior and psychopathic traits in the womb. It further explores the suitability of bringing such a child into the world as a horrific serial killer terrorizes the country.  Mouse's Screenwriter is Choi Ra and is directed by Choi Joon Bae and Kang Cheol Woo, and stars Lee Seung Gi, Lee Hee Joon, Park Joo Hyun Kyung Soo Jin.

Jung Ba Reum (Lee Seung Gi) is a rookie police officer with impeccable handsomeness and a kind personality. However, that carefree, helpful, and just life is one day turned topsy turvy when he comes face to face with a psychopath killer.

Go Moo Chi (Lee Hee Joon) is a hardened detective motivated by the tragedy he suffered as a young child and as an adult chases after the murderer who destroyed his family. 

Oh Bong Yi (Park Ju Hyun) is a troubled high school student scared by a decade-old incident. She lives with her grandmother and would rather go to the gym than study. 

Choi, Hong Joo (Kyun Soo-Jin) is known as Sherlock Hong Joo among her peers. She is a tenacious and dedicated journalist who gives her all to her work.

A reinterpretation of a classic Goguryeo folk, River Where the Moon Rises is the tale of Princess played by Kim So Hyun who was born as a Goguryeo princess who lives her life as majestic royalty in Salsu. She is an ambitious woman who dreams of becoming the first female to lead Goguryeo, but when she meets On Dal played by Ji Soo (ep 1-8), played by Na In Woo, (ep. 9-20) she is shaken up by the new emotions she experiences. 

On Dal is the man that captures the princess's heart and is the exact opposite of her. He is an oasis of calm amid the turbulent storms in Pyeonggang’s life. When he meets, the warrior princess On Dal soon finds himself equally shaken up by the princess and soon starts to forsake his principles to keep her safe, an endeavor that will prove to be increasingly difficult, as warring factions lethally vie for the throne. 

Lee Ji Hoon will play Go Geun, Goguryeo’s elite general. Embodying the characteristics of a man with a powerful rank in the kingdom, he has the capability to mobilize people through his words. Vowing to achieve ultimate peace for the kingdom, he enters into a fierce battle with peace and order at stake. 

At the age of eight, Park Joo-Hyung (Song Joong-ki) went to Italy after being adopted by Don Fabio, head of the Cassano mafia family. Renamed Vincenzo Cassano, he became an Italian lawyer, a consigliere for the mafia, and Don Fabio’s right-hand man. After Fabio dies, Paolo (Fabio’s biological son and new leader) tries to kill Vincenzo; he flees to Seoul and sets out to recover a huge quantity (1.5 tons) of hidden gold within Geumga-dong Plaza.

 

Before moving to Seoul, Vincenzo had helped a Chinese tycoon stash the gold in a mafia-secured vault within the complex. The tycoon dies. Since no one else knows about the vault, Vincenzo plans to recover the gold and use it as his retirement fund after leaving Italy and the mafia. However, a real estate company under Babel Group has illegally taken ownership of the building, and Vincenzo must use his skills to reclaim the building and recover his fortunes. Vincenzo becomes involved with lawyer Hong Cha-young (Jeon Yeo-been), the type of attorney who will do anything to win a case.

Geu Roo is a young man with Asperger syndrome. He with for his father in their trauma cleaning business, “Move To Heaven.” They provide a cleaning service to clean up and collect personal effects in the homes and businesses of those who have departed this world. Their families are either too distressed to deal with the personal effects or don't care enough.

 

 One day, Geu Roo's own father dies, and he is left alone, but then his uncle Sang Koo (Lee Je Hoon) suddenly appears in front of him out of nowhere. Sang Koo is a cold man with a hard past. He used to be an underground free-fighting boxer whose fighting skills were unmatched. He was known as Nightmare for his superior skills. One night during one of these underground fights, Sang Koo seriously injuries his opponent and is sent to prison. And after his release from prison, he finds out his estranged older brother died and appointed him as Geu Roo’s guardian.

 

And as they begin to live and work together, life transforms for Sang Koo more than Geu Roo, who continues with his normal unchanged routine, but for Sang, Koo begins the beautiful journey of change, love, and acceptance, not just of Geu Roo but himself.

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Yoon Song-A, played by Won Jin Ah, is a marketer for a cosmetic brand. She enjoys her job and does it with vigor. Her dream is to start her own cosmetic brand. She's been involved in a secret office romance with her supervisor Lee Jae Shin, played by Lee Hyun Wook for the past two years, and everything seemed to be going well until she discovers one day that he'd been two-timing her with his boss's emotionally unstable sister, whom he is about to marry played by Lee Kyu Hun and Lee Joo Bin respectively. 

 

Meanwhile, Chae Hyun-Seung, played by Ro Woon, is also a junior marketer who works with Yoon Song-A at the same company.  He first meets Yoon Song A during a job fair while still in college and is instantly attracted to her and decides to pursue a career in cosmetic marketing to get closer to her. He dreams of developing a romantic relationship with her, however, Yoon Song-A rebuffs his advances at first until she gets the opportunity to get closer to him after she discovers about her boyfriend's betryal. 

LUCA” is based on Charles Darwin’s proposition that all species of life have descended over time from common ancestors. It tells a story about a super-being born into the mysterious world of genetics and thrust alone into an unforgiving society quick to label him "monster."

Zi 0, played by Kim Rae Won, is a reserved man thrust into the world without a single clue of who he is; he has a different “strength” and “secret” compared to the ordinary person. After endlessly being chased by mysterious figures Zi 0 tries to find answers to the numerous questions surrounding his own existence. “A man being chased while hiding his abilities that will change the world.” With wounds on his face and eyes full of loneliness and anger, Zi 0 will try to face off against the hordes of people pursuing him for his unique abilities."

Gu Reum, played by Lee Da Hee, is a detective whose parents disappeared when she was a young child.  She is the kind of person that acts before she thinks and bulldozes on ahead once she makes up her mind. While chasing after the truth of her parent's disappearance, She meets Zi 0, and her life changes forever. “She is the only woman whose memories remain intact in Zi 0’s memory.”

Lee Son, played by Kim Sung Oh, is a former spy with special forces; his piercing gaze is proof of his innate skill and hints at the nerve-racking chase that is certain to take place. He is charged with hunting Zi 0 down and takes his job seriously. 

Hello, Me! is a South Korean drama based on the novel Fantastic Girl by author Kim Hye-Jung. Adapted to the screen by Yoo Song Yi, with the drama directed by Lee Hyun Suk. It stars Choi Kang Hee in Ban Ha-Ni's role, a 37-years-old single, timid, and servile woman who lives in fear of getting fired at any given point. She's tired of being single and actively seeks opportunities to get rid of the ‘single life-tag. Feeling miserable and unsuccessful, and fearing she may have finally lost all her spark, until one day, her spunky younger self, played by Lee Re, appears in front of her demanding change, and that story goes from there.

The drama also features Han Yoo Hyun played by Kim Young Kwang (The Secret Life of My Secretary), the only son of Joa Confectionery's president. He was born with a golden spoon in his mouth, but he is a free spirit who still hasn’t grown up; Eum Moon Suk (Tell Me What You Saw) plays Ahn So Ni, a former top star known for his high-maintenance demands, among other great and exciting actors.

The drama's title refers to the Greek myth, where arrogant General Sisyphus is punished by the gods to eternally roll up the same boulder up a hill, a task he was never able to fully complete.

 

With that in mind, Sisyphus is a South Korean fantasy drama directed by Jin Hyeok and adapted to the screen by Jeon Chan Ho and Lee Je In. The story is about a genius engineer Han Tael Sul played by Jo Seung Woo, who tries to solve the mystery of his brother’s death. Park Shin-Hye plays Kang Seo Hae, a soldier from the future who travels to the present to save Tael Sul, who is destined to save the world from futuristic ruin. Together Tae Sul and Seo Hee embark on a perilous journey to bring to light hidden truths about beings that secretly reside in the world and who have Tae Sul in their sights. 

Other cast members include Heo Jun Seok plays Han Tae San, Tae Sul's brother; Tae In Ho plays Eddie Kim Tae Sul's friend/Quantum & Time Co-Founder; Jung Hye In plays Kim Seo Jin, a Psychiatrist, and Tae Sul's former girlfriend and friend, and legendary actor Jeon Gook Hwan, plays Seo Jin's father, & President of Quantum & Time.

“Hush is a 2021 South Korean slice of life office drama directed by Choi Kyu Shik and penned by Kim Jung Min. The drama tells the story of ordinary newspaper reporters working for "Daily Korea" and their everyday struggles, problems, and ethical dilemmas. 

Han Jun Hyeok, played by Hwang Jung Min, is a veteran reporter whose primary purpose for becoming a reporter was to pursue justice. Still, as life often does, he is one day faced with a situation where he was forced to choose between his idealism and pragmatism of life while at the same time dealing with personal issues as a husband and father. The story that unfolds depicts the consequences of that choice and its effect on his life on a personal and professional level.


Lee Ji Su, played by Im Yoon Ah, is a bold intern reporter working at the same newspaper as Han Jun Heok and who, unbeknownst to him, connects to that choice he made that changed her and her family's life forever. Lee Ji Soo is daring and unabashed with her thoughts or words. Despite joining the newspaper with ulterior motives, when she meets Han Jun Hyeok and the other reporters who work at the newspaper, she starts to understand what it truly takes to become a real journalist.

Mr. Queen is a 2020 South Korean period drama series directed by Yoon Sung Sik.

 

The story tells a tale of a male Chef Jang Bong Hwan and a hard-core womanizer cameoed by Choi Jin Hyuk, who has risen up the ranks to be the go-to Chef country’s top politicians in the South Korean presidential residences, the Blue House. Bong Hwan, ever the dreamer by circumstances outside his doing; one day, he finds himself in the body of a young princess from the Joesen period. Kim So Yong was recently selected to be Queen Cheorin, played by Shin Hye Sun.

 

Kim So Yong’s soon-to-be husband is the reigning monarch, King Cheoljong, played by Kim Jung Hyun. However, he is king only in name – the late King Sunjo’s Queen, Sun Won from the Kim Clan, now Grand Queen Dowager, played by Bae Jong Ok, has taken advantage of Cheoljong’s better nature and is ruling the realm in his name as Regent Queen. The Grand Queen Dowager's brother Kim Jwa Guen played by Kim Tae Woo, also has power designs.

 

Before the royal nuptials, however, Bong Hwan's soul now living in Joeson trapped in Kim So Yong's body discovers that King Cheoljong, the man he is about to marry as Kim So Yong harbors secrets, and is not as gentle, dumb, or as meek as he's made himself.  This drama is Bong Hwan's journey in Kim So Yong's life and the truths he discovers about himself and her and its impact on him and the people he meets along this journey.

A passionate reporter with exceptional talent, Lee Jin Woo, played by Lee Seo Jin, has dedicated his entire career to pursuing the truth. He will do whatever it takes to find and report the hard facts. A hard-working man, Jin Woo’s life takes an unexpected turn when a mysterious phone call connects him with Seo Jung In also a reporter,  played by Lee Joo Young, who claims to be from the future.


Same as Jin Woo, Jung In has a knack for finding the best stories. She is not scared of doing whatever it takes to uncovers the nasty truths others wish to keep hidden. Following a string of leads, Jung In uncovers a dark plot, if uncovered, would shake the country to the core. With her father's life, South Korea’s President, Seo Ki Tae, on the line, Jung In finds herself engaged in a deadly race against time. But she’s not alone. Mysteriously connected by phone to Lee Jin Woo, the two agree to join forces to save the president.

 

Despite living in two completely separate timelines, Jin Woo and Jung In set out on a dangerous quest for the truth. Will they be able to stop the masterminds be the villainous plot before it's too late; only Time will tell. 

Joseon Exorcist aired two episodes and was canceled due to controversies. It featured Kam Woo-sung (The Wind Blows) as a Joseon monarch; the story had an interesting mix of history and fiction, centered around the evil spirits driven by humankind's greed and the people who try to protect Joseon from being swallowed whole by those spirits.

Kam Woo-sung played King Taejong, who encountered evil Western spirits for the first time, making his rounds in the northern territories in his early reign. He successfully sealed the spirit Azazel away, but years later, the Joseon people's greed drove its evil rebirth.

Jang Dong-Yoon (Tale of Nokdu) and Park Sung-hoon (Memorials) played Taejong’s sons, who had opposite personalities.