New Romance K-drama Romance Movie Confirms Cast of Park Bo Young, Choi Woo Shik, Lee Jun Young, and Jeon So Ni

A great new K-drama is now cast and on deck for 2024 and has a cute punny name as well. It’s called Romance Movie (or Melo Movie) and the female lead has the name Kim Moo Bi and the drama is set in the world of K-movies. The leads are Choi Woo Shik and Park Bo Young with him playing a former movie extra turned film critic and she’s a rising movie director. Joining the leads are Lee Jun Young and Jeon So Ni playing a movie music composer and screenwriter respectively. This sounds like a younger cast version of On Air haha, a fantastic classic K-drama set in the world of K-dramas. This drama’s script will be from the writer of Our Beloved Summer so a reunion with Choi Woo Shik.

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K-ent Hit with More COVID-19 Positives in Park Seo Joon, Shin Hye Sun, Lee Jun Young, and Rising Young Actor Yoon Chan Young

When my bae Lee Seung Gi got COVID-19 last week, culminated from weeks of many idols, variety stars, musical performers, and actor/actresses all getting it, I thought that may be the peak but looks like there is a mountain even … Continue reading

Netflix K-movie Love and Leashes Releases New Super Romantic Stills Showing Strong Chemistry Between Leads Lee Jun Young and Seohyun

Man, if this K-movie was released a decade ago when K-pop fans still held strong to their stans not dating it would cause a riot because the onscreen chemistry from the stills alone of upcoming Netflix movie Love and Leashes … Continue reading

Lee Jun Young and Seohyun Tease Spicy Tastes with Sweet Chemistry in First Posters and Teaser for Netflix K-movie Moral Sense

I feel like the normalization of the fringes of tastes and desires starts when the average person knows someone who likes it, or someone who knows someone. It’s not necessarily a moral decision but more a comfort level, and the … Continue reading

Netflix Releases First Still of Seohyun and Lee Jun Young in K-drama Adaptation of SM Webtoon Moral Sense and Gives It the Most Cringe New English Title

Getting new or occasional viewers to check out K-dramas necessitates a story that is universal in connection but it must overcome subtitles and the general cheesiness factor that most still associate with it. A good title helps and the upcoming … Continue reading