New and Coming Soon to DramaFever April 18 to April 24
This week we had an adorable high school drama, a hilarious romcom about second chances, and a chance to see one of the last concerts from one of K-pop' most popular girl groups before they lost a beloved member. Next week we have a cute web drama featuring a K-pop hottie, a hilarious new romantic comedy about the entertainment industry, and another amazing K-pop concert. Take a look!
1. Page Turner
Forced on the path of a pianist by her mother, Yoo Seul (Kim So Hyun) finds a new appreciation for the piano in her own way after she loses the ability to play from an unfortunate accident. Ji Soo plays a star athlete with a forceful personality, while Kim So Hyun will play a talented but bratty pianist at a musical academy.
Amidst divorce and loneliness, members of a former idol group struggle with the realities of life after stardom. Wistful for the good ol' days, Han Mi Mo (Jang Na Ra) and Baek Da Jung (You Da In) work as remarriage consultants, while Go Dong Mi (Yoo In Na) and Hong Ae Ran (Seo In Young) work in teaching and e-commerce. But the future may still hold a few cards for them yet.
YG's very own 2NE1 embarks on its first world tour with 'NOLZA' in 2011. Performing in Korea, Japan, and China, the girls sing hits from the first and second mini-albums, including 'Don't Cry', 'I Am the Best', and 'I Don't Care'. Each girl gets to perform their solo songs as well: Park Bom has "You & I", Sandara Park with "Kiss", and CL and Minzy team up for "Please Don't Go". This concert covers their first shows at Seoul Olympic Hall.
1. Choco Bank
Despite having a name that means "bank," Kim Eun Haeng (Kim Jong In) is unlucky in work—in fact, he's been unemployed for five years. But when he meets Ha Choco (Park Eun Bin), a fellow 20-something trying to start her own business, these two inexperienced college graduates put their heads together and get a crash course in the financial industry. Is this their big break?
A former entertainment company director (Ji Sung) becomes the CEO of his own new and smaller entertainment company where he forms a band of those he deems truly talented.
The boys are back with their +a tour in Seoul, and they've never been better! BIGBANG reunites after all the members took some time off for their solo activities in this 2014 comeback concert. At the Olympic Hall in Seoul, BIGBANG performs their greatest hits from all their albums, including "Fantastic Baby" and "Blue" from the album 'ALIVE', "HaruHaru" from 'Remember', and even a few singles from their Japanese albums.
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