f Kim Jae Wook accepts the role, this would be his first comeback drama 2 years after 2019’s “Her Private Life.”
The new on-screen romcom couple!
“Kingdom: The Crown Prince,” the upcoming sequel, will star main lead Ju Ji Hoon.
The series is about a man who is “linked” to a woman, hence, he is able to feel all her emotions.
“Mouse” is a crime-thriller series.
Aside from the drama, the actor is also confirmed to star in Netflix’s Korean drama adaptation of the Webtoon “Annarasumanara” with Hwang In Yeop.
The series is about a cupid who fell in love due to his own bow and arrow.
The series is about a woman who is living the life of someone else.
This will be his first Korean series after “My Secret Terrius” in 2018.
Some of the upcoming episodes will be rated 19+.
Jo Byung Gyu (from “The Uncanny Counter”) is in talks to star in the upcoming drama “The History Of Losers.”
Cha Tae Hyun (from “Along With The Gods”), Krystal Jung (from “Sweet And Sour”), and Jung Jin Young from (from “Love In The Moonlight”) will star in the upcoming KBS2 drama “Police University.”
The series will be written by the writer of “Dr. Romantic 2,” helmed by the PD of the award-winning drama “Hot Stove League.”
This could be another one of Park Hyung Sik’s comeback dramas if he accepts the role.
The two are known to be really close friends.
They also said that they hoped to visit the Philippines for a fan meeting once things get better.
Jung Eun Ji (from APINK, “Reply 1997”), Han Sun Hwa (from SECRET, “Backstreet Rookie”), and Lee Su Bin (from “The Uncanny Counter”) are all considering to be his leading lady.
The series will premiere on July 23.
Lee Do Hyun (from “Youth Of May”) and Kwak Dong Yeon (from “Vincenzo”) are in talks to star in the Netflix Original series “Hunting Dogs.”
Lee Hyun Woo (from “The Liar And His Lover”) is confirmed to portray the role of Rio in the Korean drama adaptation of Netflix’s “Money Heist.”
The much-awaited “The Penthouse” season 3 will finally air this June 4!
After his stint in the hit drama “Vincenzo,” Song Joong Ki has been tapped to star in the upcoming JTBC series “The Youngest Son Of The Chaebol House.”
“Mouse” actor Lee Seung Gi (34) and “Alice” actress Lee Da In (28) are confirmed to be dating since last year, the two clicked due to their love for golf.
JTBC released another teaser for “Nevertheless” featuring Song Kang (from “Love Alarm”) and Han So Hee (from “The World Of The Married”).