New and Coming Soon to DramaFever April 20 to April 26
This week we saw a record-setting Korean historical drama, a quirky Korean romantic comedy, and a hit Korean action movie starring one of Asia's biggest superstar's, Lee Min Ho. Next week we will add a fun new Korean drama about the battle of the sexes, a classic Taiwanese drama featuring a contract marriage, and a Chinese action flick. Let's take a look!
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?
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?
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 it contains adult content, drug use, graphic violence, nudity, profanity, and strong sexual content.
Ko Cheok Hee (Jo Yeo Jung) was once a tenacious divorce lawyer willing to do anything to win, including an incident that got her disbarred, much to the pleasure of her condescending office manager So Jung Woo (Yeon Woo Jin). But it's all history until Cheok Hee takes a new job as the office manager at a legal firm, which Jung Woo incidentally works at — as a lawyer. Now that the tables are turned, will Cheok Hee and Jung Woo keep it professional, or are they destined to sabotage each other?
Two strangers — Jie Xu (Joseph Chang Song) and Lin Xiao Ru (Rainie Yang) — pop the question to their beaus, only to be rejected. Xiao Xu and Jie Xu become fast friends and decide the only way to heal is get really, really drunk: thus ensues 24 hours of madness that ends with their elopement. Desperate to hide their wild night from their exes, Jie Xu and Xiao Ru embark on a mission to undo their drunken adventure, only to realize they may have made all the right choices.
3. Flash Point
Sgt. Ma Jun (Donnie Yen) is a Hong Kong police officer with a reputation for violent behavior. He is determined to find and take down three powerful Triad drug dealers (Ray Lui, Collin Chou, Xing Yu). One of his fellow officers, Wilson (Louis Koo), is an experienced undercover agent working within the Triad gang. He and Jun agree to a partnership, but, when Wilson's cover is blown, Jun is forced to confront the gang the only way he knows how: with his fists.
Which new shows did you enjoy this week? What shows are you looking forward to next week? Comment below!