All Employees Wants to Kill Boss Kang Ji Hwan in Previews for KBS Office Drama Feel Good to Die

The posters and teasers for KBS Wed-Thurs drama Feel Good to Die actually look good but I’m not terribly optimistic about the drama getting high ratings. Recent office dramas have been middling to flops and this one looks a tad too quirky. The drama posters are super fun, one with the leads Kang Ji Hwan in Baek Jin Hee‘s arms in a reversal of genders and the other featuring the entire cast hovering around hated boss Kang Ji Hwan in various attempts to kill him. Supporting leads Gong Myung, Park Sol Mi, and Ryu Hyun Kyung add color to the large ensemble cast with the PD of Cheer Up and Lovers of Music directing. The drama has a Groundhog Day twist where the same day occurs over and over again, and with it another way to kill the boss and/or slowly change him for the better. Continue reading

Kang Ji Hwan, Baek Jin Hee, and Gong Myung Lead Script Reading for KBS Wed-Thurs Drama Happy if You Died

The Wed-Thurs time slot remains a ratings depressed zone and I’m not feeling optimistic that the upcoming KBS drama Happy if You Died will inject a boost to the proceedings even if I love the dark humor of its drama … Continue reading

Children of a Lesser God Delays Broadcast for One Week After Jo Min Ki Leaves Cast Due to University Sexual Harassment Allegations

There’s no end to bad news around K-dramas recently and another one has run into a roadblock of sorts. Upcoming OCN police thriller Children of a Lesser God will delay it’s premiere one week until March 3th due to supporting … Continue reading

Hyun Bin, Kim Sun Ah, Cha Seung Won and More Attend VIP Movie Premiere for Luck-Key

The VIP movie premiere for the Yoo Hae Jin and Lee Joon identity swapping movie Luck-Key is a quite a treat for the adoring fans in attendance as many big names showed up. My favorite squee moment was seeing Kim … Continue reading

Daebak Off to Mon-Tues Ratings Lead in Close Viewer Battle with Neighborhood Lawyer and Monster

The ratings are for the new batch of Mon-Tues K-dramas and the playing field looks a lot different than the bloodbath going on in the Wed-Thurs slot. Mon-Tues doesn’t have a runaway winner (yet), with the race tight out of … Continue reading