Park Bo Gum and IU’s Upcoming Period K-drama Set in Jeju Adds Lee Jun Young as Second Male Lead

A promising drama can absolutely round up an incredible supporting cast, it needn’t just be the leads that actors and actresses only care to play. Also in such dramas the supporting roles have plenty of fodder to shine and perchance even steal the show. IU and Park Bo Gum are confirmed for an upcoming period drama which still doesn’t have an official title but the translation is Thank You for Your Hard Work in Jeju slang. It’s set in the 1950s and the two leads will be followed through until their 40-something characters much like the Answer Me series. The drama has now added Lee Jun Young as the second male lead and I am most pleased, he’s fantastic and always so easy to watch. He does need a true hit drama and this sounds like a great project to sign on.

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K-netizens Have Split Opinions on Song Hye Kyo’s Streak of Dramas with Much Younger Male Leads with Most Recent The Glory

With the conclusion of The Glory this Friday it’s clearly time for dissection beyond the drama itself and of course there is going to be a post about Song Hye Kyo and her male lead Lee Do Hyun. The love … Continue reading

MBC 2022 Year End Drama Awards Hands Lee Jong Seok the Daesang and Big Mouth Takes Home the Top Awards

The first year end awards show took place the night of the 30th over at MBC which didn’t have a lot of dramas to work with in 2022 to fete but still managed to pull off the night. Winning Daesang … Continue reading

The Glory Releases Emotionally Clenching Character Posters with the Trumpet Vines as Backdrop

Peeps who know the language of flowers will need to share what the trumpet vines mean as it’s being used for the backdrop of the new character posters for upcoming Netflix drama The Glory. It’s one week away from premiering … Continue reading

Netflix Drama The Glory Holds Press Conference and Releases Tense and Biting Long Preview Ahead of December 30th Premiere

So I guess a binge watch is in store for December 30th, when all 8 episodes of the first season of K-drama The Glory drops on Netflix. The cast and crew held a press conference this week and confirmed that … Continue reading