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New Korean Dramas: September 2020

New month, new premieres. Certain premieres from last month had been postponed and hence Zombie Detective and Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol will be starting in September. Also, a few JTBC shows have been delayed and yet to confirm their premiere date. All in all, September is bringing the following Korean dramas to our screens. Continue reading

This past week saw three new premieres: Cross, Radio Romance and Misty

This past week was full of premieres. Not one, not two but three new dramas entered the drama universe and each with a different vibe. Here is a summary of previews for all three: Continue reading

Upbeat posters with determined faces for ‘Strongest Deliveryman’

I’m eagerly waiting for the premiere of Strongest Deliveryman, which begins this week on 4th of August, in the new slot of Fridays and Saturdays for KBS, which till recently was home for universally loved The Best Hit (can’t wait to start it as well!). The drama tells the story of deliverymen and women who work so hard in their jobs Continue reading

Go Kyung Pyo lands his first main lead role in KBS’s ‘Strongest Deliveryman’

I have always loved Go Kyung Pyo, right from the very first time I saw him act in Flower Boy Next Door. He is such a natural actor and effortlessly charming. He has done supporting but important roles in shows likeĀ Tomorrow Cantabile, Reply 1988 (his story arc was so fascinating), Jealousy Incarnate and the recently wrapped Chicago Typewriter. The last two definitely cemented his status as a strong second lead. Hence, I’m so happy to read the news that Go Kyung Pyo will finally be seen as the main lead in upcoming KBS drama Strongest Deliveryman. Yay! Continue reading

Intriguing posters for ‘Chicago Typewriter’

Chicago Typewriter, the upcoming fantasy drama on tvN, caught my attention just by its interesting moniker. And then came the cast of Yoo Ah In, Im Soo Jung (making a small screen comeback after 13 years!) and Go Kyung Pyo, the story mixing mystery and fun. And finally comes the posters, which look classy and intriguing. Continue reading