Upcoming K-Dramas

Watch out for tvN’s newest drama “Basketball”

There is another drama series that will surely be a worth to watch. Last October 14, tvN’s newest drama starring Yenny Park of Wonder Girls, Gong Hyung Jin, Jung In Sun, Ahn Suk Hwan, Lee Han Wee, Park Soon Chun, and Jin Kyung held their press conference.

The drama series is entitled “Basketball”, where it is set during the Japanese colonial era. The drama depicts not just about the war or the disputes of that time, but also the struggles of one man’s dream in a game called basketball.

The drama was based on the real story of the first and the last Korean Basketball Team to represent the once unified Korea and joining the 1948 London Olympic Games.

Kang San (Do Ji-han) came from a poor family and dreams of coming out from the slum. With his determination he gets to the national basketball team and then meets the beautiful and upper class girl  Choi Shin-Young (Lee Elijah).





Yun Eun Hye and CN Blue’s Jung Yong Hwa, in an upcoming drama

In the KBS upcoming drama "Future Choice", Yun Eun Hye plays as Na Mi-rae. She will travel back in time to correct some mistakes.

Jung Yong Hwa, on the other hand plays as Park Se-joo, who is an heir of a big television network company but he will work as a lowly cameraman.

On September 11th, the two lead characters filmed their first scenes, where they are having a somewhat sweet date in a convenience store. Mi-rae is drinking beer while Se-joo watches her as he sips his coffee.

Looks like another time-slip drama like the hit series Queen Inhyun’s Man and Faith. Slipping through time and making some changes yet battling some conflicts in the future. That surely is hard to handle.

“Yun Eun Hye and Jung Yong Hwa worked well together as a romantic and sweet couple,” said Annex Telecom, the production company behind the drama. “Look forward to the heart fluttering relationship between Na Mi Rae and Park Sae Joo.”


Hallyu stars are back with a suspenseful medical drama that will surely get you hooked!

To be premiered next month, the latest MBC drama Medical Top Team. The drama revolves around a team of doctors that are the best in their fields, as they save lives and face the struggles in the hospital.

In the teaser below, an all-star cast is seen, namely, KwonSang Woo as Park Tae-Shin, Jung Ryeo Won as Seo Joo-Young, Ju Ji Hoon as Han Seung Jae, SHINEe’s Minho as Kim Sung-Woo and Oh Yeon Seo as Choi A Jin.


Man from the Stars, starring Kim Soo Hyun and Jeon Ji Hyun

The writer that brought you My Husband Got A Family and the director of Deeply Rooted Tree will be back leading another SBS drama where the main casts are Jeon Ji Hyun (My Sassy Girl, Windstruck) and Kim Soo Hyun (The Moon Embracing the Sun, Secretly Greatly). Drama fans are excited and anticipating this collaboration and can’t wait to be aired this winter.

After long years of not coming out on the small screen and after her casting in the movies The Berlin File and The Thieves, Jeon Ji Hyun is back in the SBS drama series “Man from the Stars”. She plays as an actress in the present time and will meet Kim Soo Hyun which is an alien.  

Also, after the success in his 2012 TV series The MoonEmbraces the Sun, Kim Soo Hyun is the mysterious alien that came to Earth over hundreds of years ago and still living in the present time and he then falls in love to the beautiful Jeon Ji Hyun.

The two were co-stars in the movie The Thieves but this time they are paired as two different beings that will later fall in love with each other.

"We largely focused on getting appropriate actors for each parts. The drama will be giving a new kind of warmth to many viewers", HB Entertainment said.


Something to Watch Out For: Reply 1994

A teaser is revealed in the most anticipated Korean series for teens and young at hearts “Reply 1994”. With the success of its predecessor “Reply 1997” which was played by actor Seo In Guk and Jung Eun Ji, this next drama will surely be another big hit. The epic drama follows the pop culture events of that year including the emergence of the K-pop group Seo Taiji and Boys and the Korean Basketball League. The drama will start airing on October 18.

 The short teaser depicts the time of teenage innocence and its early 90s atmosphere. The boys were amazed and confused over a 'magic eye' image in the magazine. A girl then affronts them saying that the magazine was upside down.

The drama revolves around the lives of three boys (Yoo Yeon-seok, Jung Woo, Kim Sung-kyun) that live in a boarding house together to attend the university. The owners of the boarding house (Sung Dong-il and Lee Il-hwa) has a daughter (Go Ara).

Go Ara
Jung Woo
Yoo Yeon-seok
Kim Sung-kyun
Tiny-G's Dohee
B1A4's Baro
Son Ho Joon


From The Heirs comes The Inheritors. It is said that SBS used it as a title for a promotional venue so they came up with the change.

Below are stills of the much anticipated drama this year.

Park Shin Hye who plays as Cha Eun Sang appeared in dishwasher attire where she still looks gorgeous.

The writer built up Kim Tan’s character (played by Lee Min Ho) as the ever perfect human being in the drama. Surely, when he was that stubborn yet caring Gu Jun Pyo before was well loved by many fans, then this character of him as Kim Tan surely will make their hearts melt again.

In the drama Kim Tan is the heir of an Empire conglomerate and one of the top richest men. For a spice, Kim Tan searches for happiness despite his status and a tragic past haunts him too! Exciting!

Below is a still where Kim Tan meets Cha Eun Sang for the first time. The rich kid Kim Tan is seen standing in his luxurious car.

Kim Woo-bin plays as Choi Young-Do who we see is washing dishes too? ^_^

The Inheritors’ casts are currently filming in California and the drama airs October 9.

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