Video Added Korean drama '38 Income  Series Unit' episodes nine and 10

Video Added Korean drama '38 Income Series Unit' episodes nine and 10

Added episodes nine and 10 for the Korean drama '38 EarningsSequence Unit'

"38 Profit Collection Unit" (2016) Directed by way of Han Dong-hwa Written by Han Jeong-hoon Network : OCN With Ma Dong-seok, Seo In-guk, Choi Soo-young, Song Ok-sook, Heo Jae-ho, Ko Gyoo-pil,... 16 episodes - Fri, Sat 23:00 Often referred to as "Squad 38" Synopsis This comedy crime display is a drama depicting the procedure how a first-rate officer of revenue collection unit with Seoul Town and a fraudster paintingsin combinationto gatherall the unpaid taxes from primesource of revenue taxpayers. Broadcast beginning date in Korea : 2016/06/17

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Spoiler Added episodes 3 and four captures for the Korean drama '38 Earnings  Series Unit'

Spoiler Added episodes 3 and four captures for the Korean drama '38 Earnings Series Unit'

Added episodes 3 and four captures for the Korean drama "38 EarningsSequence Unit" (2016)Directed by way of Han Dong-hwaWritten by Han Jeong-hoonNetwork : OCNWith Ma Dong-seok, Seo In-guk, Choi Soo-young, Song Ok-sook, Heo Jae-ho, Ko Gyoo-pil,...16 episodes - Fri, Sat 23:00Also referred to as "Squad 38"SynopsisThis comedy crime display is a drama depicting the procedure how a main officer of profit collection unit with Seoul Town and a fraudster paintingsin combinationto gatherall the unpaid taxes from topsource of revenue taxpayers.Broadcast beginning date in Korea : 2016/06/17

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Video 5th teaser video released for the Korean drama '38 Income  Series Unit'

Video 5th teaser video released for the Korean drama '38 Income Series Unit'

Fifth teaser video released for the impending Korean drama "38 EarningsSequence Unit"

"38 Profit Collection Unit" (2016)Directed through Han Dong-hwaWritten by Han Jeong-hoonNetwork : OCNWith Seo In-guk, Ma Dong-seok, Choi Soo-young, Song Ok-sook, Jeong In-gi, Jo Woo-jin,...16 episodes - Sat, Sun 23:00SynopsisThis comedy crime display is a drama depicting the procedure how a first-rate officer of revenue collection unit with Seoul Town and a fraudster paintingsin combinationto assembleall the unpaid taxes from primesource of revenue taxpayers.Broadcast beginning date in Korea : 2016/06/18


“The Walking Dead” Manufacturers to Create Pre-Apocalyptic Korean Drama Series

“The Walking Dead” Manufacturers to Create Pre-Apocalyptic Korean Drama Series

The Walking Dead Manufacturers to Create Pre-Apocalyptic Korean Drama SeriesSylphid February 25, 2016 0 LINE it!The Walking Dead Producers to Create Pre-Apocalyptic Korean Drama Series Skybound Entertainment, the corporateat the back of the hit cable display The Walking Dead has announced that they are going to exist partnering with Viki to produce a pre-apocalyptic Korean drama series Five Year.

Based on an usualtaleby capacity of The Walking Dead author Robert Kirkman, the tale follows a circle of relatives living below the danger of a dangerous meteor headed toward Earth.

Five Year might be shot as a Korean drama with a nativeforged and crew. It will debut in Korea on broadcast tv and be to be hadinternational on Viki. The first season is expected to have 16 episodes with filming starting this year. The series will take position over the process five years with five seasons planned.

“This has been a narrative I have sought afterto inform for rather some time, yet David Alpert, president and co-founder of Skybound Entertainment and I wishedto be sure ITdiscovered a correcthouse where it would grow and breathe creatively. Having a look at what Viki has done in no longersimplest the dramatic series space, but remodelingthe manneraudience consume and translate media, we knew instantly ‘Five Year’ had found its home,” acknowledged Robert Kirkman, CEO and co-founder of Skybound Entertainment

“In many ways, Viki and Skybound constitute the long term of global entertainment, specifically amongst Hollywood-Asia collaborations and VOD platforms like Viki leading distribution and fan-building,” said Tammy H. Nam, CEO of Viki.

“We’re extremely joyful to be operating with the creators and executive producers of one of the vitalmost neatly liked TV series of all time. The truth that David and Robert needed to make ‘Five Year’ as a K-drama is a testomony to the big global repute and quality of Asian programming.”

Five-Year will be the 2d one original series co-produced by Viki. “Dramaworld,” a 10-episode miniseries set in Los Angeles and Korea with a multinational cast and crew, will debut on Sunday April 17.

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Korean drama 'The Superman Age'

Korean drama 'The Superman Age'

Added the Korean drama "The Superman Age""s page to HanCinema database"The Superman Age" (2015)Directedvia Kim Min-kyeong-IVWrittenvia Jo Hong-joon, Oh Ryoo-mi, Yoo Byung-jaeNetwork : tvNWith Yoo Byung-jae, Kim Chang-hwan, Lee I-kyeong, Song Ji-eun, Bae Noo-ri, Lee Mi-so,...8 episodes - Fri 23:30SynopsisA guy who returns to engineering school and his friends turn out to be super other folks and they use this skill to safe jobs and love.Broadcast beginning date in Korea : 2015/04/10~2015/05/29


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Dal Shabet"s Jiyul to star as lead in Korean-Chinese web drama series

Dal Shabet

Dal Shabet"s Jiyul has been cast for a role in upcoming web drama series called "Yotaek" alongside actor Gao Yu, who is part of the Chinese idol group Hit 5.

"Yotaek" will be a sci-fi drama telling the story of a human clone named Uhm Shi Hyeob (played by Gao Yu) leading a normal life in a faraway galaxy and how he is saved by a mysterious girl named Gu-ah (plyed by Jiyul). The drama, a collaboration project between China and Korea, will be filmed in select locations within Korea. Another Dal Shabet member, namely Ahyoung, was also cast for the drama.

The drama, which will air for a total of 16 episodes, has completed the formation of its actors and staff members, with the filming planned to begin on the 15th of this month. 

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Korean TV Series Running Man Episode 211 Screenshots and Recap

Korean TV Series Running Man Episode 211 Screenshots and Recap

Running man episode 211 is about the amusement park and like a warm-up to the upcoming episode 222. This episode contains many snippets of introduction of the various players. Hoping that we’ll get more of the action in next week’s episode, but then again there are some joyful moments that make these ninety minutes feel short and sweet. Like Jae-suk having to endure a rollercoaster ride multiple times, Jong-kook screaming in legitimate fear, Ailee’s impressive singing chops, and more.


Running Man Episdoe 211 Recap by Dramabeans:


Given the previews, it looks like we’re in for another mystery and a long lineup of guests, all of whom are waiting and scattered in various amusement parks for their teammates—our cast members—to find them. There isn’t much time to find today’s guests, either: depending on what number the guest has chosen, the RM cast has a window between one to ten… minutes.

It doesn’t help that the production staff doesn’t know where the guests are, either—not like we expect them to tell even if they did. Some members are luckier than others, with an average of about six minutes, and then there’s Kwang-soo, whose face immediately falls to hear that he has two minutes.

At least the guests set off in search for their partners too, and now we see the face of the man who chose “two”: actor Ji Chang-wook, who asks in bewilderment if he should just go. Jae-suk meets his partner, actor Lee Sung-jae, in time, and the man appears to be game for anything.


Ji-hyo’s teammate, 2AM’s Im Seul-ong struggles to keep in pace with her. Needless to say, he’s impressed. Jong-kook teams up with g.o.d.’s Kim Tae-woo, and one could recognize the dreadlocks on Haha’s good friend and teammate Skull anywhere.

Haha and Skull don’t reach a flag within their time limit, but neither does Gary and his teammate, singer Ailee. Suk-jin’s teammate screams that she’ll just be going home today, disappointed—don’t worry, it’s his and Jae-suk’s longtime friend, comedienne Song Eun-yi.


Although happy to see Chang-wook, Kwang-soo tries to hide his disappointment that his teammate isn’t female. They totally fail finding their flag in time, Chang-wook’s mix-up between the letter R and ahl (egg) notwithstanding.

It’s a Numbers Race today where our seven teams will collect various numbers through their missions and use math to somehow make 1470 to zero. The teams who successfully found their partners are given a minus sign, whereas those who failed are given a plus sign. It quickly becomes apparent that playing with numbers isn’t Sung-jae’s forte, which he’s quick to admit.


There’s a huge punishment that waits for those who don’t succeed, but both Seul-ong and Tae-woo assure their teammates of their mathematical smarts. And while I’d think it’ll be nice to be impressed by their brains, I’d also find it way funnier if they aren’t as clever as they claim to be.

Kwang-soo smartly figures out that they’ll be in the clear if they multiply by zero, leaving them with zero. All this talk of numbers flies over Chang-wook’s head, and Kwang-soo lights up at the thought of teaching someone else for a change today.

Meanwhile, scaredy-cat Jae-suk gawks at being told that their first mission requires snapping photos of particular actress while trying not to hurl on their rollercoaster ride. Amusement ride junkie Sung-jae assures him that there’s a “sports mode” on cameras. They’ll get less digits to work with the more time they have to redo this mission. Laughing, Sung-jae motions for his reluctant teammate to follow.

It certainly sounds like Sung-jae’s more of a thrill-seeker, and he doesn’t mince words either. When Jae-suk’s surprised to hear that actress Jeon Ji-hyun was one of Sung-jae’s former co-stars (in the movie Daisy), Sung-jae whips back: “[Your reaction] is because you didn’t see it.” Ha.

Sitting in the front row is only the beginning of Jae-suk’s nightmare come to life, with the great anticipation of the initial drop coming in at a close second. As expected, Sung-jae looks like he’s having the time of his life whereas Jae-suk just wants this torture to end as quickly as possible.

Jae-suk is quick to call out his teammate for cursing during their ride once the coaster finally slows down. He and Sung-jae also complain to the staff how this task is virtually impossible, what with the speed and Jae-suk not being able to see. They fail to capture any photos, but Sung-jae does discover a rogue dragonfly in his shirt.

Seul-ong gets a deserved kick when he asks if Ji-hyo’s lack of courage lately is because she’s older now. Their mission is to unlock the code during their Sky-X drop, and Seul-ong’s confidence is hardly reassuring—what if he turns out to be as ambitious (but doesn’t follow through) as ZE:A’s Dong-joon aka Kim Paegi?

It’s a good minute before both of them are ready and then go flying through the air. Unable to clearly see the objects laid out below them and figure out the code, they fail their first attempt. Then they’re told to try again right away. Hahaha.

Kwang-soo and Chang-wook are in for a crazy ride on Chaos, a huge wheel where the seats spin 360 degrees. He brightens when given a familiar task: eating persimmons hanging from a gat. Chang-wook tosses back that he portrayed a king who loved them. Cue Empress Ki clips that confirm his statement. Hahaha, I totally forgot about that bit.


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Their persimmons get tied up in each other’s hats, however, proving that this is one mission easier said than done. Chang-wook comes up with the idea that they’ll try to eat each other’s persimmon, but all this strategizing in still air ought to be useless once the ride gets spinning again.

Kwang-soo loses his hanging fruit altogether on their second attempt, and it looks like they’re in for a long morning.

Both Gary and Ailee worry about today, since they’re both poor with numbers. Here, they’ll need a karaoke machine score of at least 90 while screaming for their lives on their rollercoaster ride.


Even with the impending fear, Ailee sings into her mic with professional ease until the car starts speeding up, turning her words into piercing shrieks. To her credit, she picks right back up once the ride slows down and pulls back in, trying to score extra points.

It doesn’t work, since their chances of a higher score increases if both of them sing. Gary gets his shot when a LeeSsang song comes up, but I’m sure those rapping skills will cut off as soon as that initial drop begins. But they keep singing-screaming through those twists and turns.

Eun-yi shares how she goes to the same salon as Ailee, who got ready at 2AM in order to meet Gary at the southern end of Korea. As for Eun-yi and Suk-jin, they must figure out the word written on the bottoms of their feet during a twisty ride.

As expected, they only manage to sort of figure out a few characters, then they cheer on their neighbors at the wooden rollercoaster: Jae-suk and Sung-jae.

We finally check in with Jong-kook and Tae-woo in Incheon, where they’ll have to ride the Viking while holding a pair of water balloons between their raised arms and face. It turns out that bigger muscles aren’t helpful when it comes to teensy water balloons as one pops even before they start.

And for extra distraction, a pair of staff members sit at the opposite end, ready to shoot them with water guns.

The fear hits pretty quickly with both men, who can hardly raise their arms, let alone balance a pair of water balloons between them. If anything, they ought to be thankful for wearing sunglasses so that the water doesn’t spray directly in their eyes.

It’s sad-funny listening to Jong-kook’s legitimately frightened screams, hollering that one of his water balloons fell. Looks like they’ll be stuck on the Viking for a while.

I admit I nearly forgot about Haha and Skull, what with so many teams situated in so many different locations today. They’ll need to conserve as much of their full glasses of water as possible by the end of their own amusement ride. Sounds like a tall order.


Whoa, Skull totally looks different with his dreadlocks cleanly out of his face. He and Haha quickly come up with a plan to tip their glasses in the opposite direction, and they do a pretty good job until the ride does a complete 180.

It’s actually pretty cool watching the water line of their glasses during the ride while Haha and Skull scream at the staff. They’re left with empty glasses at the end of their first attempt, so they both try placing their mouths over the cups.

This time, Skull gets drenched, but even with Haha’s success, they come up short.


Time to check back in with our persimmon-eating pair, and Kwang-soo finally chomps down after a few fruit-flinging near-misses. He and Chang-wook keep trying even as the seconds wind down, and the captions read: You won’t be able to have those persimmons you wanted 700 years ago today either.

After just two attempts, Seul-ong and Ji-hyo successfully crack their code. They choose seven number cards (1-8), unaware of the aggressive battle up ahead.

Much happier now, the two enjoy their mini-date together, eating ice cream and taking pictures. They even visit a haunted house and Ji-hyo falls to the ground when the last reaper pops out at the end.

Eun-yi and Suk-jin succeed after their second attempt as well, and they celebrate when their seven cards include a 1, 4, and 7. Over at the wooden rollercoaster, Jae-suk claims that he can put on his glasses in time to snap a photo of Guk-joo. Sung-jae doesn’t believe he can and something tells me that Jae-suk’s going to loses his glasses today.

The climb alone is barely enough for Jae-suk to take, but Sung-jae keeps his eyes wide open for them both. Jae-suk manages to get his glasses on in time and they both successfully snap pictures of their respective female celebs.

Next thing we know, they’re both wearing matching bunny-eared bandanas on their heads, and Sung-jae admits that he’d be upset if Jae-suk took his off. Ha, I love that they’re also carrying lollipops in their hands.

Haha and Skull choose three cards after they succeed, and head over to visit Gary and Ailee, who are still stuck on the rollercoaster. The latter team is already on their fourth attempt, though their fear has yet to subside.

Still, they do their best to sing into their mics and it finally pays off with three cards. Feeling devious, Haha tries to read off the other cards to do a little deduction. Hehe.

Kwang-soo strikes a deal with the production crew and heads back onto the Chaos machine alone. It takes two tries, but Kwang-soo succeeds. Woot! He and Chang-wook pick up three cards.


Everyone gathers together again at the final mission location, and ha, Eun-yi greets Ailee with a cheerful “Hey, 2AM!” Now they get to hear the significance behind 1470, which refers to 1470 km. They’re going abroad, aren’t they?

Indeed they are: to Taiwan, in fact. The news isn’t that surprising to us since numerous fancams have documented their travel, but here’s the good news: if they can somehow get a total of zero with their combined numbers, they’ll remain in Seoul.

Eun-yi asks: “If we get 23 km, then are you going to just drop us at the 23 km mark?” Basically this entire episode has been one long trailer for the Numbers Game up ahead, where the losers will face a rollercoaster ride that will take their breaths away.


About Running Man TV Series:

Running Man (Korean: 런닝맨) is a South Korean variety show; a part of SBS's Good Sunday lineup, along with Roommate. It was first aired on July 11, 2010. This show was classified as an "urban action variety"; a never-before-seen new genre of variety shows focused in an urban environment. The MCs and guests complete missions in a landmark to win the race. The show has since shifted to a more familiar reality-variety show concept focused on games. It has garnered attention as being the come-back program for Yoo Jae-suk, the main MC of the program, after leaving Good Sunday's Family Outing in February 2010. 

Airing at the 5 pm KST time slot for most of its run, Running Man switched to the second part of Good Sunday (which happened May 22 and May 29, 2011 with Kim Yu-na's Kiss and Cry but was quickly switched back due to low ratings) beginning May 6, 2012, airing after Kim Byung-man's Law of the Jungle 2 at 6:10 pm and airing against KBS2 Happy Sunday's 1 Night 2 Days Season 2 and MBC Sunday Night's I Am a Singer 2.

The show has been popular in other parts of Asia as well, and gained online popularity among Hallyu fans, having been subtitled to a number of languages by volunteers, such as English, Spanish, Thai, Malay, Vietnamese, Chinese and Arabic.


Top model Dae Na is set to star in the first Korean American drama series,

Top model Dae Na is set to star in the first Korean American drama series, "The Romance Artist" with New York theatre actress Esther Nam

Plot: Lorraine is a con artist, who conned the wrong group of people this time. On the run from the Italian mafia, she finds sanctuary in a nunnery. There, she meets Devin, and for the first time, gets a taste of true love and happiness. The quiet life not being for her though, she winds up having to steal from Devin (her easiest yet hardest target yet). Having to have one more look at him before she leaves the country, she goes to watch him from a distance one last time. But he catches her and demands his money back.

She asks if she could pay him back by sharing life experiences together. He refuses, saying that he wants nothing to do with her, and only wants his money back. Except, she doesn"t have it, at least not all of it. He eventually agrees though, striking a deal with a much larger organization, the "Media Mafia" to bring her down. The only problem is...what if he winds up falling? He"s pretty certain he hates her and her guts, but can he remain indifferent while they take her apart mentally and emotionally? Can he remain indifferent while they kill her?

The pilot is set to film this summer with the hopes of being picked up for distribution.

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Lee Seung Gi Considering Return to Drama Land with New SBS Series

Lee Seung Gi Considering Return to Drama Land with New SBS Series

Lee Seung Gi Considering Return to Drama Land with New SBS SeriesMulti-entertainer Lee Seung Gi is considering a return to K-drama land! 

It was first announced that Lee Seung Gi will star as the lead of upcoming SBS drama series “We Have You Surrounded” (working title) that will air next year. It was then later reported that Lee Seung Gi is still in the midst of the reviewing the drama. If he confirms, Lee Seung Gi will take on the role of a criminal detective in his twenties, Eun Dae Gu. With brains and good looks, Eun Dae Gu is actually far from perfect and suffers from a painful family history, refusing to share what he’s going through with anyone and swearing constantly. Viewers can look forward to seeing a different image played by Lee Seung Gi, who is mostly known for his sweet and gentle image on variety shows and dramas.

We Have You Surrounded is the work of KBS drama “Ojakgyo Brothers” writer Lee Jung Sun and “Incarnation of Money” producer Yoo In Sik

The drama series is expected to air next year following Wednesday and Thursday mini series Three Days

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Korean Actress Lee Min Jung To Return To Work After Wedding, Offered A Role In Medical Drama

Korean Actress Lee Min Jung To Return To Work After Wedding, Offered A Role In Medical Drama


Korean Actress Lee Min Jung To Return To Work After Wedding, Offered A Role In Medical Drama Lee Min JungLee Min Jung was wrapping up the political comedy "All About MyRomance" when she and actor Lee Byung Hun decided to get married andstarted plannign their wedding.

Korea's Power Couple will marry on August 10 at the Grand Hyatt Hotelin Seoul. More than a thousand guests will attend the wedding. Plentyof celebrities have been invited since between them Lee Byung Hun andLee Min Jung probably know everyone who is anyone in the kdrama andkmovie world.

But the honeymoon will be short as both Lee Min Jung and her new husband have plans to return to work.

Lee Byung Hun only recently returned from filming and promoting theHollywood blockbuster "Red 2" with co-stars Bruce Willis and HelenMirren. Shortly after the wedding, he will begin work on the Koreanhistorical martial arts film "Memories of the Sword" with co-stars JeonDo Yeon and Kim Go Eun.

Lee Min Jung has been offered a role of Seo Joo Yeong, a doctor inthe upcoming MBC medical drama "Medical Top Team." The drama is about ateam of doctors who are the best at their respective specialties. Whilethey attempt to find the most effective treatments for their patients,love conflicts and hospital power struggles complicate their plans.

Lee Min Jung's leading man in "Medical Top Team" will be actor KwonSang Woo, who played a man out for revenge in the recent drama "Queen ofAmbition." He is an award-winning actor who was recognized for his workin the series "Daemul." In the new medical drama he will play a warmbut somewhat blunt cancer specialist.

One of the reasons that Lee Byung Hun and Lee Min Jung broke up earlyin their dating relationship had to do with his crowded schedule. Hewas a big star and she was a rookie actress. Despite the fact that herlast two dramas, "All About My Romance" and "Big" were not huge hits,she has become a star in her own right and now has a busy actingschedule of her own to contend with. Despite their early concerns aboutmanaging two careers and a love life, the couple now feels confidentenough to take on the challenge.

Kim Do Hoon, who directed the popular drama "The Moon Embraces TheSun," is directing the medical drama. Koon Kyeong Ah, who wrote thedrama "Brain," is the writer.

The show will premiere in October, following the drama "Two Weeks" with Lee Jun Ki.

By: KDramastars