New and Coming Soon to DramaFever April 25 to May 1
This week we saw a cute web drama featuring a K-pop hottie, a hilarious new romantic comedy about the entertainment industry, and another amazing K-pop concert. Next week we have a funny remake of a popular K-drama, an intense revenge drama based on a manga, a classic Chinese drama, and the very first drama from one of our favorite stars. Take a look!
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.
1. My Amazing Boyfriend (April 25)
Starring Kim Tae Hwan and Wu Qian
Xue Ling Qiao is a genetic mutant with superhuman powers. After being asleep for a hundred years, he is accidentally awoken by an unlucky B-list actress, Tian Jing Zhi. Forced to live under one roof, the quarrelsome couple discovers a shocking conspiracy and their true feelings for each other.
2. Master: God of Noodles (April 28)
After his identity is stolen, Moo Myung (Chun Jung Myung) ends up in an orphanage, where he spends the rest of his childhood planning revenge. Driven to become a master of noodles, Moo Myung whips up incredible strands of delight by day and exacts punishing vengeance by night.
3. Triumph in the Skies II (April 28)
A sequel to Triumph in the Skies, this hit drama follows the high-flying adventures of the in-flight crew of Solar Airways, weaving together a tale of jet-setters chasing their ambitions across the globe.
4. Secret Campus (April 29)
Lee Min Ho's very first drama is coming soon to DramaFever! Excelling in school means so much more than getting top grades, especially in South Korea, where students are pressured to be well-rounded overachievers that are athletic, popular and positive. Basically, perfect. Under impossible and unforgiving demands, a group of six high school students grapple with pushing themselves past their individual strengths and weaknesses.
Full series available for premium members on 4/29/2016! Don't have premium? Watch this series for free on your mobile device!
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