This week we saw three unique new romantic dramas from Korea, Hong Kong, and China, as well as an intense action film. Next week we are thrilled to bring you a highly anticipated Korean historical drama, an adorable Korean romantic comedy, and a hit Korean action movie starring one of Asia's biggest superstar's, Lee Min Ho. Let's take a look!

NEW

1. Falling in Love with Soon Jung

Starring Kim So Yeon and Jung Kyung Ho

After his uncle's unjust takeover of the family company, Kang Min Ho (Jung Kyung Ho) grows up to be a successful, if not cynical investor who only cares about money. But when he undergoes a sudden heart transplant surgery, Min Ho literally has a change of heart when he inherits a warm and compassionate heart. In the midst of seeing the world anew, including falling for the kind Kim Soon Jung (Kim So Yeon), Min Ho must mitigate his newfound personality with the demands of his cutthroat career.

2. Rosy Business

Starring Sheren Tang and Wayne Lai

Set in the Qing dynasty, Rosy Business follows a mercantile family as they fight over who will inherit the family business. It depicts a business woman torn between duty and desire.

3. Singles Villa

Starring Joe Cheng and Xu Lu

Love thy neighbor? Think again! Singles Villa may be the hottest apartment complex around, but all its tenants face eviction if they fall in love with one another. Residents Qiao Sheng Yu (Joe Cheng) and Jiang Ke Xin (Xu Lu) agree to these terms — up until they fall in love, that is. On top of making sure that whatever happens behind closed doors stays behind closed doors, things get even trickier for these loving neighbors when Ke Xin's former sweetheart Chi Bo Yuan (Jiro Wang) turns up on her doorstep.

4. Viral Factor

Starring Jay Chou and Nicholas Tse

When secret operative Jon (Jay Chou) is wounded en route from the Middle East to Europe, he awakens only to discover he only has two weeks before permanent paralysis. Jon chooses to spend his final days with his ill mother, who reveals he has a long lost brother named Yang (Nicholas Tse) and asks Jon to retrieve him. But when Yang reveals himself as the man who sold Jon out to ambushers, the two brothers must decide whether they'll join in their fight against a greater foe — or destroy one another.

COMING SOON

1. My Unfortunate Boyfriend

Starring No Min Woo and Yang Jin Sung

Yoo Ji Na (Yang Jin Sung) is a budding career woman who has absolutely no issues with lying to get what she wants. But when she falls for the innocent and naive Yoon Tae Woon (No Min Woo), who is truthful to a fault, their budding romance becomes a liability for Ji Na's cutthroat corporate job. Can these unlikely lovers stay true to themselves and manage to stay together?

2.  Hwajung

Starring  Cha Seung Won and Lee Yeon Hee

Fair Princess Jungmyung ( Lee Yeon Hee) lives a life of the highest privilege, until her half-brother Prince Gwanghae (Cha Seung Won) executes the rightful crown prince and usurps the throne. Exiled from court, Jungmyung goes under disguise as a man and learns to adapt to life as a commoner — never forgetting Gwanghae's wrongdoing. But amidst rampant corruption throughout the kingdom, can Jyungmyung exact her vengeance, restore order, and take back her rightful place in the palace?

3.  Gangnam Blues

Starring Lee Min Ho (Heirs) and Kim Rae Won

Before Gangnam's rise as Seoul's trendiest district, it was a poor neighborhood rife with corruption. Growing up as orphans in the thick of it, Kim Jong Dae (Lee Min Ho) and Baek Yong Ki (Kim Rae Won) become sworn brothers, but go their separate ways when Jong Dae is adopted by an honest family, while Seoul's most powerful gang recruits Yong Ki. Now deeply entrenched in the development war, both Jong Dae and Yong Ki fall prey to a scheme that could cost them not only their home, but their lives.

Gangnam Blues is intended for mature audiences, and contains adult content, drug use, graphic violence, nudity, profanity and strong sexual content.

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