This week we saw a quirky new Korean romantic comedy and a stunning Chinese period movie. Next we'll be treated to an irresistibly fun Korean drama about second chances, two classic BBC period dramas, and a hilarious action-packed Chinese movie. Let's take a look!


1. The Virtual Bride

Starring Kim Da Som and Go Doo Shim

In an attempt to regain her popularity, former idol star In Young (Kim Da Som) goes on a TV Show where she clashes with her on-screen mother-in-law, Yang Choon Ja (Go Doo Shim). However, the tension is increasingly worse off-set when In Young starts dating Choon Ja's real son!

2. My Kingdom

Starring Wu Chun and Han Geng

Set in 1920 Shanghai's lively opera scene, two sworn brothers, Guan Yi Long (Wu Chun) and Meng Er Kui (Han Geng), embark on a quest to avenge their master's honor. As a result, Yi Long and Er Kui quickly become Shanghai's hottest rising stars and are quickly thrust into a world of fame and fortune, not to mention a complicated romance with the beautiful actress Xi Mulan (Barbie Hsu). But amidst a web of deceit and betrayal, the trio finds their pasts catching up with them — with action-packed results.

3.">The Warring States

Starring Sun Honglei and Francis Ng

As the purported descendant of the author of "The Art of War," Sun Bin (Sun Hong Lei) quickly becomes a brilliant military strategist by leveraging his knowledge of how to defeat any opponent. In a fit of jealousy, Bin's brother, General Pang Juan (Francis Ng), sets him up for a massive fall from grace, transforming Bin from a star into the shame of China's Warring States Period. After a transformative journey, the bitter brothers reunite on the battlefield and work out their sibling rivalry one last time.



1. Twenty Again

Starring Choi Ji Woo and Kim Min Jae

Due to an unplanned pregnancy, Ha No Ra (Choi Ji Woo) married young and dropped out of school. But after two decades as a housewife, she finally gets the chance to experience college, alongside her 20-year-old son Kim Min Soo (Kim Min Jae) and his girlfriend Oh Hye Mi (Son Na Eun). Further complicating things, No Ra already has a strained student-teacher relationship, as her husband Kim Woo Chul (Choi Won Young) and her first love Cha Hyun Suk (Lee Sang Yoon) wind up being her professors.


This witty and poignant story, starring the Oscar-winning Judi Dench, follows the small absurdities and major tragedies in the lives of the people of Cranford, as they are besieged by forces that they can't withstand.

3. Emma

Certain of her talents as a matchmaker, Emma Woodhouse persuades her new friend, the young, pretty and socially inferior Harriet, to reject a marriage proposal to a local farmer in favor of the dashing Mr. Elton. So begins a story which challenges Emma's naivety and her social preconceptions.

4. Let the Bullets Fly 

Starring Jiang Wen and Chow Yun Fat

En route to becoming the new mayor of Goose Town, Bangde Ma (You Ge) has a dangerous run-in with Zhang (Wen Jiang), a notorious bandit looking for a quick buck — but unbeknownst to Zhang, Bangde is actually an imposter himself. Convinced Bange is a mere town counselor, Zhang hatches a crack plan to snatch the mayoral seat, which leads to a hilarious power struggle among crooks when they discover Goose Town is already under the thumb of the corrupt businessman Wang (Chow Yun-Fat).

Which new dramas did you watch this week? Which new dramas are you looking forward to? Comment below!