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Drama Casting & News
News bites: March 25, 2017
by | March 25, 2017 | 49 Comments
Lee Je-hoon, Na Mun-hee I’m getting warm fuzzies just thinking about this age-gap friendship: Lee Je-hoon (Tomorrow With You) and Na Mun-hee (Father I’ll Take Care of You) are confirmed for the film I Can Speak. Na’s character cannot stand the way her town is being run and files endless civil complaints to the city... More »


Chungmuro/Film News
Lee Seon-kyun, Ahn Jae-hong crack The King’s Case in new sageuk comedy
by | March 20, 2017 | 22 Comments
Mr. Mellow Voice Lee Seon-kyun (This Week, My Wife Will Have an Affair) is coming back to us through his new movie The King’s Case. He’s playing a king who moonlights as a detective, while Ahn Jae-hong (Answer Me 1988) will be his trusty scholar sidekick. The upcoming film is a sageuk mystery-comedy centered around... More »


Drama Casting & News
News bites: March 4, 2017
by | March 4, 2017 | 29 Comments
Yoo Ah-in, Park Jung-min, Ahn Jae-hong Set in the near future, Hunting Time will be about three men who collaborate to steal a significant amount of money, and a villain in hot pursuit. Unfortunately, the casting process has been a bit hazy for the latest from Bleak Night director Yoon Sung-hyun, and a reunion with... More »


Drama Casting & News
News bites: February 25, 2017
by | February 25, 2017 | 94 Comments
Park Seo-joon, Kim Ji-won, Ahn Jae-hong Kim Ji-won (Descended From the Sun) will star opposite Park Seo-joon (Hwarang) in Third-Rate My Way, and has won the role over competitor Chun Woo-hee (The Wailing). I’m glad someone else chose, because I wouldn’t have been able to! Ahn Jae-hong (Answer Me 1988) is also confirmed as a... More »


Drama Casting & News
News bites: January 28, 2017
by | January 28, 2017 | 22 Comments
Lee Bo-young, Lee Sang-yoon, Kwon Yul, Park Se-young Happy news: The leads and supporting leads for cops-and-lawyers drama Whisper are all confirmed. Lee Bo-young (God’s Gift–14 Days) and Lee Sang-yoon (On the Way to the Airport) are reuniting as leads, with the former playing a scrappy detective and the latter a brilliant judge. Kwon Yul... More »


Drama Casting & News
News bites: January 14, 2017
by | January 14, 2017 | 95 Comments
Seo Kang-joon A drama adaptation of the popular Daum webtoon From A Distance, A Green Spring has been confirmed, and Seo Kang-joon (Entourage) is considering the lead part. The source material is about twenty-year-olds who are in between youth and adulthood, and Seo’s protagonist is a college junior. He’s a good-looking guy from a first-class... More »


Chungmuro/Film News
Ji Chang-wook is playing no games to clear his name in Fabricated City
by | January 4, 2017 | 43 Comments
If you already miss seeing Ji Chang-wook (The K2) kicking proverbial butts on your screens, then you’re in luck because his upcoming action flick Fabricated City appears to be jampacked with action, drama, and humor, all of which he’s fully capable of delivering. Fabricated City is writer/director Park Kwang-hyun’s first feature film in eleven years... More »


Drama Casting & News
News bites: November 5, 2016
by | November 5, 2016 | 80 Comments
Lee Jong-seok, Lee Jun-ki, Park Hae-jin, Ji Chang-wook Lee Cho-hee, Taecyeon, Kai, Choi Ji-woo What I wouldn’t give to body swap with Lee Cho-hee (Lucky Romance). She’ll star in web drama The Sixth First Kiss, which will basically serve as a giant ad for Lotte Department Stores. (But with this cast, I’m willing to overlook... More »


Drama Casting & News
Celebrating 10 years with the tvN10 Awards
by | October 9, 2016 | 301 Comments
Cable network tvN held its first-ever awards ceremony in celebration of its ten-year anniversary as a station, and its biggest dramas and variety shows were awarded prizes left and right. Seriously, there were so many awards. While the Big 3 stations (KBS, MBC, SBS) hold awards every year, cable shows usually don’t get the same... More »


Drama Casting & News
52nd Baeksang Arts Awards: TV Section
by | June 3, 2016 | 240 Comments
The 52nd Baeksang Arts Awards ceremony was held on June 3, 2016 to award the biggest projects of the past year in film and television. We’re trying something new this year and breaking up the awards post into two sections, because these things just get insanely long, and we don’t want anyone getting scrolling-induced injuries.... More »