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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

Ha Ji Won and Jin Goo to star together in spy thriller Prometheus

I’m definitely getting vibes of IRIS, Athena and Fugitive Plan B from upcoming drama Prometheus, what with the genre of spy thriller, big budget, top stars and North-South relationship. Despite the mixed results of shows of the genre (main complaint: all style and no substance but I want to remain positive!), this kind of category always makes me excited and since we have confirmed leads in the form of Ha Ji Won and Jin Goo, count me in for sure! Ha Ji Won was fantastic in The King 2 Hearts where she brilliantly portrayed her action packed role. And Jin Goo is always a delight to watch. Continue reading

‘Mr. Sunshine’ holds Press Conference and premieres this Saturday

The countdown has begun for one of the most anticipated and buzzed dramas of 2018 — Mr. Sunshine. Reasons are aplenty with the show comprising the winning combination of writer Kim Eun Sook and PD Lee Eung Bok who gave us two superhits in the very same year — Descendants Of The Sun and Goblin in 2016. Then there is the cast of hottest actors in the TV and Continue reading

Melodrama ‘Night Light’ with Jin Goo, Lee Yo Won and UEE premieres tomorrow


I really liked Jin Goo when I first saw him in Ad Genius Lee Tae Baek in 2013. It didn’t get good ratings and the reviews were just average, including my own. He mainly did films and then this year he received huge popularity due to megahit drama Descendants Of The Sun. He is back with a new drama titled Night Light and well, it looks like an Continue reading

Preview for Descendants Of The Sun Episode 3


From a story point of view, Descendants Of The Sun may not be something extraordinary. But I do like the central conflict of difference in principles for the leads. And then there is the grand scale on which it is made, so another factor to tune in for. Continue reading