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Drama Casting & News
Gogh’s Starry Night gets weekend timeslot on SBS
by | October 6, 2016 | 33 Comments
Web drama Gogh’s Starry Night is getting a second life on SBS as a 4-episode mini drama to be broadcast on Saturday-Sunday. The workplace rom-com is the first web drama from PD Jo Soo-won of Pinocchio and I Hear Your Voice, and was already released in China where it surpassed ten million views in three... More »

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Legendary Shuttle Lee Ji-hoon rules the school
by | October 3, 2016 | 28 Comments
This is a bit random, but I was bored this weekend and decided to watch KBS drama special Legendary Shuttle, and I wanted to recommend it because it was unexpectedly funny and adorable. I picked it up to watch partly because the news of a new season of School had me thinking fondly of School... More »

Drama Casting & News
News bites: August 13, 2016
by | August 13, 2016 | 48 Comments
Jo Jin-woong, Bae Soo-bin He’s currently filming Sheriff, and he’s already agreed to reunite with director Yoon Jong-bin again (Kundo: Age of the Rampant): Jo Jin-woong is completing my dream cast by joining Lee Sung-min, Hwang Jung-min and Joo Ji-hoon in Maneuver. I wish the details on the film weren’t so stingy (all we’ve been... More »

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Lee Ji-hoon as Lee Min-ho’s half-brother in Legend of the Blue Sea
by | August 9, 2016 | 25 Comments
And the star-studded lineup continues with the addition of hot rising actor Lee Ji-hoon (Mirror of the Witch), who just confirmed his role in SBS’s fantasy-romance series Legend of the Blue Sea. He is set to play Heo Chi-hyun, the half-brother to Lee Min-ho’s Heo Joon-jae; he’s the hardworking son who dutifully stayed by his... More »

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Lee Ji-hoon scores lead role in Drama Special
by | May 5, 2016 | 18 Comments
Lee Ji-hoon (Six Flying Dragons, Gold Rainbow, School 2013) has been cast in the lead of a KBS Drama Special titled Legendary Shuttle, and my first thought was that he oughtta team up with tvN’s Woman With a Suitcase for your ultimate transportation-themed drama. *waits for laughter* *waits* *waiiiiits* *pouts in disappointment*... More »

Drama Casting & News
News bites: April 2, 2016
by | April 2, 2016 | 41 Comments
Lee Sang-yoon Heads, ask and ye shall receive. During an interview on March 30, Lee Sang-yoon said about a Liar Game 2: “The director, writers, and all of us actors believe the sequel will happen.” He went on to explain that barring scheduling conflicts, all involved hope to begin production on the project later this year or early... More »

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Fantasy sageuk Mirror of the Witch casts its king
by | March 15, 2016 | 17 Comments
Casting is continuing swiftly on JTBC’s fantasy sageuk Mirror of the Witch, and with its leading roles filled, we’re on to the supporting cast, with the latest additions being Lee Ji-hoon (Six Flying Dragons, School 2013) and veteran supporting actress Jeon Mi-sun (Who Are You—School 2015, Maids). The drama is now largely done with its... More »

Happy Chuseok!
by | September 18, 2013 | 76 Comments
  Holiday greetings from dramaland! It’s Chuseok week in Korea, so whether you’re celebrating with your family or it’s just another day in your part of the world, happy autumn harvest. Keep in mind that there are changes to your regularly scheduled programming due to the holiday. On the upside, ringing in the fall means... More »

Drama Recaps
You’re the Best, Lee Soon-shin: Episodes 1-2
by | March 18, 2013 | 117 Comments
You’re the Best, Lee Soon-shin is KBS’s new weekend family drama, which means it’s at least 50 episodes — though with its immediate hit ratings, there’s a distinct possibility that number will extend. And while we haven’t typically covered weekend/family dramas on Dramabeans, mostly because of the length and commitment required, there is something decidedly... More »

Drama Casting & News
School’s reformed bad boy joins You’re the Best, Lee Soon-shin
by | February 5, 2013 | 60 Comments
Aw, yay, the rookie actors from School 2013 are already starting to take off. If you’re anything like me and having major School withdrawal pangs, then you’ll be happy to know that the fresh-faced cast is hungry to return to dramaland. The first to be back on television is one of the show’s resident bad-boys-turned-good.... More »