Tag Archives: Yoo Joon Sang

New Korean Dramas: July 2020

I cannot believe it’s July already! Half the year gone! This month, we again have a long list of Korean drama premieres — 9 to be exact! Without further ado, let’s have a look at them:

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This week saw the premiere of family comedy ‘What’s Wrong, Poong Sang’ on KBS

In the sea of romantic comedies, sageuks and thrillers, we have a family comedy that premiered this past Wednesday on KBS. I’m actually surprised to see it in the weekday slot as these kind of shows are usually aired on weekends. Of course, What’s Wrong, Poong Sang seems quite different from the stereotypical weekend dramas. The show is about five siblings where the Continue reading

Nam Goong Min headlines SBS legal/ political thriller ‘Falsify’

Soon on the heels of his much-loved role in Chief Kim, Nam Goong Min is back with a new drama, titled Falsify. It will be as different as day and night from the former as it will be a serious legal/ political thriller about reporters and prosecutors. The show also stars Yoo Joo Sang, Uhm Ji Won and Jeon Hye Bin in the lead roles. It looks like an intense thriller dealing with bringing down the corrupt beings of society. Continue reading

‘Liar Game’ team brings ‘Pied Piper’ this Monday on tvN


I LOVED Liar Game and so I’m excited for Pied Piper, the new tvN drama from the same writer and PD. The former was a tightly woven thriller with many tense moments and kept me on the edge of my seat throughout. I would have been happier if there was a second season for Liar Game but well, I’ll take what I get. Continue reading

‘Heard It Through The Grapevine’ is the new Monday-Tuesday drama for SBS


Black comedy and K-dramas are two words that I won’t put side by side but upcoming SBS show Heard It Through The Grapevine is being touted to have the genre and before we think anything, let’s have a look at its production team and it is the one behind critically acclaimed quality shows like Secret Love Affair and A Wife’s Credentials. Yes, this can surely be a satirical take on the rich and prestigious families, around which its story is woven. Continue reading