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Korean remake of ‘Legal High’ premieres today on JTBC with Jin Goo and Seo Eun Soo

Dramaland is full of remakes of shows from various countries including Japan. JTBC is premiering a new one as Korean adaptation of 2012 Japanese drama Legal High is arriving as its new Friday-saturday drama from today, following unexpected mega hit drama Sky Castle. That’s one big shoe to fill! Continue reading

The female leads of ‘Suits’

It’s mostly leading men Jang Dong Gun and Park Hyung Shik that are being seen in the promotions of Suits and for a good reason that they form the main story of the Korean remake of popular American TV show of the same name. But having seen some seasons of the original, I can say that the female characters are certainly strong and interesting. In my last post, I talked mostly about the male leads and now this post will be all about the female cast. Continue reading

The men look debonair in ‘Suits’ posters and stills

One thing that we notice straight away in American TV show Suits is how stylish, smart and debonair the men look and the upcoming Korean remake does not disappoint in that area. Jang Dong Gun and Park Hyung Shik play the two main

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JTBC brings action, bromance and humour with ‘Man To Man’

It looks like I’m reading about upcoming JTBC drama Man To Man from a very long time and the show should air already. The drama was announced around early 2016, then the cast got finalised. It’s a pre-produced drama and so teasing us with lots and lots of stills and teasers and hence, the feeling of it being very much buzzed about. Continue reading

First Impressions for ‘Entertainer’

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Entertainer is the new drama for the Wednesday-Thursday slot for SBS and I’m happy that it finally marked the end of my drama hiatus, which was not very long but still it was long enough for me to realise that I haven’t completed any 2016 drama yet! There were some that I tried and dropped and there are some that I’ve kept for a marathon. It’s great to be back on the live watching train. The thing about Entertainer is, despite its flaws, I’m actually liking it. Maybe it also has to do with the future potential of the story. Continue reading