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Drama Casting & News
Celebrating 10 years with the tvN10 Awards
by | October 9, 2016 | 300 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
News bites: July 16, 2016
by | July 16, 2016 | 24 Comments
Jo Jin-woong, Ma Dong-seok Yes, please yes! Ma Dong-seok (Police Unit 38) is leaning towards choosing Admiral Kim Chang-soo as his next project, which would mean he might be working with another favorite, Jo Jin-woong (Signal), in a film about the political activist also known as Kim Koo. Jo’s being courted to play the titular... More »

Drama Recaps
Memory: Episode 1
by | March 25, 2016 | 18 Comments
Rounding out our coverage of tvN premieres is Memory, a human drama about exactly what its title suggests. It’s off to a solid start to be sure, even if it’s asking us to suffer through a hero that only the hero himself seems able to stand, and shows promise in its ability to take him... More »

Drama Casting & News
Smiling through tears in Lee Sung-min’s human drama Memory
by | March 2, 2016 | 47 Comments
If Lee Sung-min (Misaeng) is already making me teary-eyed in 30-second trailers, I really don’t know how I’m going to get through all the hours of this drama. Armed with tissues, I’m sure. He just makes that perfect smile-through-your-tears face and I get all choked up. Here’s a peek at tvN’s new Friday-Saturday series Memory,... More »

Drama Casting & News
Lost at sea for tvN human drama Memory
by | February 5, 2016 | 35 Comments
Wow. That’s what I call an evocative poster. The premise of upcoming tvN drama Memory may sound familiar in light of other dramas with similar themes (not to mention titles) — a man losing his memory, getting in touch with what’s important in his life — but one look at Lee Sung-min standing alone with... More »

Drama Casting & News
News bites: January 31, 2016
by | January 30, 2016 | 36 Comments
Ryu Joon-yeol, Park Hyung-shik Ryu Joon-yeol has a nice welcome-home gift in store for him upon his return to Korea from filming Youths Over Flowers. Tickets for his first-ever fan meeting will be released on February 2 (the day the Youths cast gets back) at 2pm, and a ticketing war is expected to break out.... More »

Chungmuro/Film News
Lee Sung-min joins Kim Soo-hyun for action-noir Real
by | December 15, 2015 | 17 Comments
Ah, finally an update on that movie Real, which first courted Kim Soo-hyun to play a man with multiple personalities (he has confirmed) and now adds Lee Sung-min (Hwajung) to join him. The only description earlier reports had given us was the detail about multiple personalities, but now we have more information about its plot... More »

Drama Casting & News
Kim Ji-soo joins Lee Sung-min in tvN’s upcoming Memory
by | November 18, 2015 | 18 Comments
Remember the upcoming drama Memory? No? It’s no wonder if you don’t, since it’s not to be confused with the upcoming Yoo Seung-ho drama Remember, which is also not to be confused with Jang Nara cop drama I Remember You earlier this year. There’s just a lot of memory floating around right now, waiting to... More »

Drama Casting & News
Lee Sung-min returns to tvN to headline new drama Memory
by | November 3, 2015 | 54 Comments
They should just give Lee Sung-min his own parking space at tvN, don’tcha think? He and Sung Dong-il could high-five each other on their way in and out of the network’s high-profile shows. After starring in their 2014 mega-hit Misaeng, he’s returning to the cable network in 2016 to headline the new drama Memory, from... More »

Drama Casting & News
Yoo Ah-in takes up the sword in Six Flying Dragons
by | August 25, 2015 | 90 Comments
The first teaser is out for SBS’s historical drama Six Flying Dragons, and it looks pretty great—all cinematic and thudding with suspense. The drama feels exciting and epic, not like your father’s typical stuffy old sageuk (or fine, my father’s stuffy old sageuk—he likes ’em extra-boring and historically accurate), that’s for sure. Six Flying Dragons... More »