First Look at the Returning and New Cast of KBS Drama Mystery Queen 2

Aw heck yeah, the intrepid Mystery Queen duo is back together and this time with an even better supporting cast for the second go-around. First looks are here for 2018 K-drama Mystery Queen 2, taking viewers back to that quirky world where a housewife has the interest and developed skills to lend a fresh mind to the crime solving world of hot-headed Korean police detectives. Kwon Sang Woo and Choi Kang Hee return as leads (yay!) with new second leads Lee Da Hee and Oh Min Suk, as well as fabulous character actors Park Byung Eun and Kim Tae Woo. Of all the big three prime time dramas in 2017 this one felt the most like an odd duck out, with cable style written all over it and doing a great job of bringing a different vibe to KBS. Continue reading

Mystery Queen 2 Confirmed for February 2018 with Choi Kang Hee and Kwon Sang Woo Back Together Solving Crime

Fans of the quirky KBS drama Mystery Queen (Queen of Mystery) can rejoice now that all elements are confirmed for the sequel. Mystery Queen 2 is coming to KBS February 2018 taking over the Wed-Thurs time slot from currently airing … Continue reading

Many K-stars Attend Memorial Service for Kim Joo Hyuk Including Song Joong Ki From His Own Wedding

Its with a heavy heart that K-ent’s top celebrities and many more stars trickled in one after the other to pay their respects to their deceased colleague actor Kim Joo Hyuk who passed away in a car accident on October … Continue reading

Popular K-stars Attended Los Angeles County Museum of Art 2016 Film Gala

Los Angeles was ground central last week for a black tie gala attended surprisingly by many many top Korean stars. The LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) held its 2016 Art Film Gala, with this year’s honorees Robert Irwin … Continue reading

Ha Ji Won, Jung Woo Sung, and Lee Min Ho Lead Star Studded Attendance at VIP Movie Premiere of Operation Chromite

It’ll be patriotism against zombies when big budget historical war movie Operation Chromite (Battle of Inchon) arrives in theaters later this week. Train-based undead action flick Train to Busan is breaking all box offices in Korean theaters since it’s wide … Continue reading