April 8th, 2021

"River Where The Moon Rises" episodes 29 to 32 Discussion Post

Title: River Where The Moon Rises / The Moon Rising River
Revised romanization: Dalyi Ddeuneun Gang
Hangul: 달이 뜨는 강
Director: Yun Sang-Ho
Writer: Han Ji-Hoon
Network: KBS2
Episodes: 20
Release Date: February 15, 2021
Runtime: Monday & Tuesday 21:30

CAST: Kim So Hyun (Pyeong Gang / Yeom Ga Jin / Queen Yeon), Na In Woo (On Dal), Lee Ji Hoon (Go Geon), Choi Yoo Hwa (Hae Mo Yong), Kim Bup Rae, Cha Kwang Soo, Kim Jung Young, Son Woo Hyeok, Ahn Shin Woo, Wang Bit Na, Ki Eun Se, Park Sang Hoon, Hwang Young Hee, Jung Wook, Kim Dong Young, Oh Ah Rin, Lee Sang Chan, Won Woo, Yoon Ah Jung, Lee Hae Young, Yoon Joo Man, Jung In Kyum, Han Jae Young, Ryu Eui Hyun, Kim Hee Jung, Moon Jin Seung, Jung Eun Pyo

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You can watch on VIU (in select countries) and DRAMACOOL

SOURCE: Drama info and pictures from MYDRAMALIST

I continue to enjoy this drama with all its twists and turns and the characters I wish to strangle! Na In Woo is doing a really good job as On Dal. KBS did the right choice getting him to replace the last actor.

"Unboxing" with JinJin & Kino (ep 4)

Welcome to the fourth episode of ‘UNBOXING’ w/ ASTRO’s JINJIN and PENTAGON’s KINO! This week, ROCKY and SANHA from ASTRO, and WOOSEOK from PENTAGON are back for a second episode! We hope the hosts can befriend their guests as they play a game of ‘Get to Know Each Other’ and even get flustered by the guests' 'YES or NO' questions!

source: DIVE Studios Podcast

EXID's Hani talks about her debut feature film

Ahn Hee-yeon, better known as Hani of K-pop girl group EXID, said playing a foul-mouthed runaway teenager in her debut feature, "Young Adult Matters," was a brave and difficult decision.

Directed by Lee Hwan, the film tells a story about a group of runaways trying to help one of their own terminate her pregnancy. Ahn plays play the role of Ju-young, a teenager who flees with her pregnant friend Se-jin (Lee Yu-mi) and comes to see the harshness of reality through a series of unfortunate events.

Ahn explained that it was during her trip to Greece after terminating her contract with Banana Culture Entertainment when director Lee sent her a message asking her to review the script.

"After my contract with my ex-agency expired, I went on a one-month trip to Greece and Italy. At that time, I didn't know what I wanted to do. I needed some 'me time' to think about my next step," she said during an interview with The Korea Times at a cafe in Seoul, Thursday.

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source: The Korea Times

EXO's Sehun to join Song Hye-kyo's new TV drama & release new album

Sehun of K-pop boy band EXO looks set to have a hectic yet fruitful year.

The 26-year-old has recently joined SBS's upcoming rom-com, "Now, We Are Breaking Up," starring A-listers Song Hye-kyo and Jang Ki-yong. Sehun will have a supporting role and play Hwang Chi-hyung, a designer at a fashion company run by his father. Hwang is also a member of the design team led by Ha Yeong-eun, played by Song. Jang will play opposite Song, appearing as a freelance photographer named Yoon Jae-gook.

The series is about love and parting. It is written by Je In, who was behind the success of "Misty" (2018), and directed by Lee Gil-bok, whose work includes "My Love From the Star" (2013-14) and "Vagabond" (2019).

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source: The Korea Times

"Law School" Official Trailer

When a professor is found dead on campus, everyone becomes a suspect overnight. As a group of students unravel this unusual case, they discover a web of unsettling secrets where a main suspect emerges—their “devil” professor.

Starring Kim Myung-min (SIX FLYING DRAGONS), Kim Bum (TALE OF THE NINE TAILED), and Ryu Hye-young (REPLY 1988).

Coming to Netflix & JTBC April 14.

source: The Swoon

According to Korean Dramas: The pros and cons of time traveling

Stuck at home for too long and making plans to travel the space-time continuum instead? Hear from these K-drama characters who have done the time traveling so you don’t have to, before rushing headlong into another dimension. After all, it’s all fun and games until one has to suffer the consequences of messing with time 😨

*Drama titles are on the top right next to the Netflix logo. Dramas may not be available in all markets

source: The Swoon