Tag Archives: Im Joo Hwan

News Bites: Korean Dramas — 27 June 2020

I think the latest news is chock full of script readings! Which also gives me an opportunity to talk about shows that I missed posting when their casting was announced. News Bites is a segment where latest news of Korean Dramas will be discussed at a common place. So let’s dive into the latest tidbits of dramaland! Continue reading

MBC brings thriller ‘The Game: Towards Zero’ next week with Taecyeon, Lee Yeon Hee, Im Joo Hwan

Usually it’s OCN that brings thrillers one after the other to make our screens chilly but the new drama The Game: Towards Zero from the genre is arriving on MBC. It is a supernatural thriller with Taecyeon playing a character who has the ability to see others’ deaths by looking into their eyes. Lee Yeon Hee plays a detective and both team up for solving a 20-year old murder. Continue reading

Song Seung Heon headlines tvN’s ‘The Great Show’ which premieres this Monday

I never knew I could say political drama and family drama in a single sentence but the new tvN drama The Great Show is mixing the two unassociated genres and looks super adorable. It is headlined by Song Seung Heon who plays a former politician who is desperately trying to go back to being elected and joining the National Assembly. One day, he meets an 18 year old girl Continue reading

Historical drama ‘Different Dreams’ with Yoo Ji Tae, Lee Yo Won and Im Joo Hwan premieres on MBC

Last week saw the premiere of Different Dreams, a historical drama, on MBC. I know it’s a very long gap since I last posted – my schedule and work kept me busy. I want to check out Different Dreams for many reasons. The cast is one of them and the setting is another. Continue reading

Gothic styled and moody posters for ‘Bride of the Water God 2017’

There is a polarity between the teasers and stills in relation to newest tvN drama Bride Of The Water God 2017, and the posters. On one hand, the former gives off a funny, romantic comedy vibe. Whereas, the posters featuring the cast look gothic, moody, dark and stylishly sophisticated. The posters look more like they are made to grace the pages of a magazine, than for a TV drama. All in all, I like them! Continue reading