New and Coming Soon March 30 to April 5
This week we saw a cute new romantic comedy starring the most popular Taiwanese actors and a highly anticipated new movie featuring one of K-pop's hottest stars, T.O.P! Next week, DramaFever is bringing us a unique new romantic comedy starring everyone's favorite, Yoochun, and a Korean film set during World War II. Let's take a look!
1. Tazza 2: The Hidden Card (movie)
Ham Dae Gil (T.O.P.) is a charming poker prodigy making a name for himself as an elite gambler who plays all the cards right — especially in his newfound reconnection with his first love Heo Mina (Shin Se Kyung). But at the height of his winning streak, a fateful game is rigged by conspirators and the blame is laid on Dae Gil, forcing him to flee for his life in a dramatic fall from grace. Can Dae Gil plan the ultimate game of revenge and reclaim his name or are the cards totally stacked against him?
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There's no dating problem love guru Guan Xiao Tong (Ivelyn Lee) can't solve, except of course her own. When Ji Jia Wei (Danson Tang) is unceremoniously dumped by his girlfriend, he decides to heal his wounds by setting up his father with Xiao Tong's high-profile boss. But when he and Xiao Tong meet at the matchmaking event, their polarizing chemistry immediately proves that what can go wrong, will go wrong. Can these savvy love experts prove Murphy's Law wrong, or is their romance doomed for the worst?
Three years ago, Choi Moo Gak (Park Yoo Chun) was mysteriously entangled in the "Barcode" murder case, resulting in not only the death of his sister, but also in the loss of most of his senses. While unearthing the cold case, Moo Gak crosses paths with Kwon Jae Hee (Shin Se Kyung), a fellow victim who gained the synesthetic ability to see smells, but lost all of her memories prior to the incident. Moo Gak and Jae Hee combine their strange powers to track down the culprit, but are they ready to confront the truth?
2. My Way
Blind to the tensions between Korean freedom fighters and Japanese nationalists, Kim Jun Shik (Jang Dong Gun) and Hasegawa Tatsuo (Joe Odagiri) become good friends united by a mutual love for running. Years later on the eve of World War II, both men are drawn further into the war, where they are forced to make sworn enemies out of their truest friends. Within the harsh realities of the war, Jun Shik and Tatsuo are thrust into the frontline at key moments, tracing an epic history of friendship and strife.
Which new shows did you enjoy this week? What shows are you looking forward to next week? Comment below!