Yoo Seung Ho and Jo Boa Lead Script Leading for SBS Drama Bok Soo is Back

I love the title of K-drama Bok Soo is Back (Revenge is Back) for both its meanings, that male lead Bok Soo has returned to his high school and he’s back for revenge as his name also means. Starring Yoo Seung Ho, Jo Boa and Kwak Dong Yeon, the drama will take over the Mon-Tues slot after Where Stars Land (Fox Star Bride) and bring a lighthearted comedic offering for the winter months. Yoo Seung Ho plays the titular Bok Soo still nursing an understandable grudge after being falsely accused of violence and kicked out of high school, and since then his life has turned into doing odd jobs and plotting revenge. He somehow goes back to high school as an adult and finds his nemesis, first love Jo Boa is now a teacher and rival Kwak Dong Yeon the school principal. All three leads are awesome and I love me some fun high school based drama if done right. Continue reading

Korean Acting Stars Shine on the MAMA 2017 Hong Kong Red Carpet

Since I don’t follow K-pop the interest in the pan-Asian Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) is solely on the attendee star power of many K-stars. The Hong Kong show last night was a total win for me on the actors … Continue reading

Kim Soo Hyun Leads the VIP Attendees at Jang Hyuk and Son Hyun Joo’s New Movie Ordinary People

The movie Ordinary People is certainly a forgettable cinematic title used more than once before, but at least the cast of the upcoming K-movie isn’t ordinary in the least. Starring Jang Hyuk and Son Hyun Joo, it’s a twisty psychological … Continue reading

Posters, Stills, and New Teasers Develop the Rom-com Feel for KBS Drama The Man Living in Our House

It’s goodbye adorable young love sageuk Moonlight Drawn by Clouds, which ended this week, and hello cohabitation rom-com The Man Living in Our House, which takes over the Mon-Tues time slot on KBS. Starring Su Ae as a bumpy in … Continue reading

Late Fall Mon-Tues K-dramas The Man Living in Our House and Night Light Finalize Lead Casting

There will be a contrasting selection of Mon-Tues K-dramas coming in late fall, and which one piques your interest may depend on mood as the casting has been finalized and both are packed with plenty of talent. Arriving first at … Continue reading