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He was also in “SKY Castle”, “Arthdal Chronicles,” and “Hot Stove League.”
The show is easy to digest. No pun intended.
Set along one of Seoul’s most beloved destinations, “Han River Police” combines action, humor and criminal intrigue to deliver a hilarious new take on crime dramas.
He also recommended Korean drama for his fans.
“Why did you kill people?”
The two will portray a married couple who loses their memories before their divorce.
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She portrayed Mask Girl’s dancing scenes.
Suho on “Behind Your Touch”: “There’s a lot of twists and turns and you have to think deeply about what happened before.”
She has many talents!
“Mask Girl” is disturbing, but is an absolute work of art.
The live action series from Shueisha and tomorrow studios set sail. August 31 on Netflix.
Netflix revealed an exciting Japanese slate of unscripted content, from outrageous variety shows to unique dating formats.
You got this—zombie apocalypse be damned!
Starring Ji Chang Wook, “Squid Game” icon Wi Ha Jun, and Lim Semi, step back onto the crime-ridden streets of 1990s Seoul in this upcoming fast-paced drama.
The series premieres on August 23 and will be streaming via Netflix.
Fan Events begin August 24 in the US and will continue in France, Indonesia, Japan, Italy, Philippines, Thailand, Germany, Brazil, and Mexico.
Suho as Seon Woo: “I had to deliberately speak a little bit slower.”
The trailer, unveiled alongside the teaser poster, marks the beginning of the time-slip romance.
“They are all such skilled actors that even if they were acting separately, their emotions, tone, and manner were perfectly synchronized, which surprised me.”
Tickets to 2023 KIM SEJEONG 1st CONCERT in Manila will be on-sale beginning Saturday, August 19 at 10AM via TicketNet.
“Moving” tells the story of students with superpowers, and their parents–also with special abilities–who try to hide their secrets from the world.
“The Moon” is sci-fi, but it touches on humanity; the irony is intriguing and is another reason why it’s worth watching.
Set for release on September 13 exclusively on Disney+, this new series stars famed voice actors Rie Miyazawa, Yosuke Kubozuka, Honoka Yoshida, and Issey Ogata.
“The Moon” premieres exclusively in Philippine cinemas on August 16.
Korean tentpole title “Moving” to premiere August 9 amid full slate of new drama series and music-documentaries from Korea, and Japanese live-action and anime.
Korean actor Jung Hae In safely arrived in Manila for his Manila fan meeting at the New Frontier Theater.
Being a fan of space movies, Doh Kyung-soo had a dream of “someday being able to work on a film set in space,” shares the actor, who stars in the upcoming film The Moon.