Tag Archives: Bae Soo Bin

New Korean Dramas: July 2020

I cannot believe it’s July already! Half the year gone! This month, we again have a long list of Korean drama premieres — 9 to be exact! Without further ado, let’s have a look at them:

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Five new March premieres!

March is here and so is the new crop of dramas. This post is about shows that have already aired their first episode. We still have a lot of March premieres due to start in coming days. The below mentioned shows range from sageuk to dark supernatural thrillers to romantic comedies to weekend family fare. Without further ado, here we go!

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Weekender ‘My Heart Twinkle Twinkle’ premieres next week on SBS

 

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SBS really made an impressive move last year with announcing that it will broadcast makjang-free weekend shows and has really stayed with its promise as it aired cute and light-hearted shows like Glorious Day (or Feel Good Day), Modern Farmer and Angel Eyes in the Saturday-Sunday slot alongside dramas with makjang elements like Endless Love. Sadly, the ratings were not as desired and I really hope that the network would not let this factor (a very huge one) to let it leave that much-appreciated policy. Same wish goes for the new weekend drama My Heart Twinkle Twinkle which is starting next week as Birth Of A Beauty wraps up this week. Continue reading

Script Reading and Drama Stills for ‘Secret’

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I haven’t seen any melodrama this year. To be more accurate, I have seen only one traditional melo till date, if we go by the definition in dramaland and it’s Nice Guy. I planned to watch some of the announced and anticipated ones but ended up skipping all of them as they Continue reading

Ji Sung and Hwang Jung Eum headline melodrama ‘Secret’

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The never-ending drama news always amuses me. Everyday we read about a new drama being planned and then one by one comes the cast and the date and finally it arrives on our screen within no time. And I’m not complaining. I love hearing about new dramas but it’s also a dilemma as the time is limited and dramas seem unlimited and each of them has at least one attractive and irresistible feature that one cannot stay away from it. Continue reading