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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

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

OCN brings supernatural thriller ‘Possessed’ this week with Song Sae Byuk, Go Joon Hee and Yeon Jeong Hun

Get ready for another thriller from the network specialized in the genre, OCN — this time mixed with supernatural elements. Possessed is the new drama premiering this week in the slot of Wednesdays and Thursdays, and stars Song Sae Byuk as a police detective who joins forces with a woman with psychic abilities, played by Go Joon Hee. Both of them fight crimes Continue reading

Weekend drama ‘My Healing Love’ premieres today on MBC with Yeon Jung Hoon and So Yoo Jin

The first thing that I noticed while reading about new MBC drama My Healing Love was how similar the names are for the two leading men — Yeon Jung Hoon and Yoon Jong Hoon. LOL. It is a weekend drama that premieres today, with around 100 episodes and airing only on Continue reading

‘Bravo My Life’ is the new weekend drama on SBS

I was really busy the whole past week as it was festive season and I was enjoying some family time. Hence, a dearth of posts. This also means that I missed blogging about a new drama that premiered last week, well, just two days back to be precise! It’s SBS weekend drama Bravo My Life with the usual episode length of 50-60 episodes, counted as 120 as per the current trend of airing two half hour back to back episodes of a drama. In the case of Bravo My Life, SBS is airing 4 episodes altogether and the show will air only on Saturdays. Onto the plot. Continue reading