This week brought us a fun new Chinese historical drama and a Korean movie that makes you laugh out loud. Next week we add another funny romantic comedy to the DramaFever Movie Night collection. Let's review! 

New

1.  Can't Buy Me Love

Starring Charmaine Sheh and Moses Chan

The third daughter, Princess Chiu Yeung, of the Tang Emperor is known throughout the kingdom for her beauty, but she is also known for her unreasonable and stubborn personality. For this reason, no one wants to marry her — that is, until the second son of the formerly wealthy Kam family, Kam Dor Luk, is persuaded to marry her to save the family business. Princess Chiu Yeung resists the arrangement, but realizes that it is a better alternative than being forced to marry the Tibetan king as schemed by her father’s evil concubine. When the princess moves in with her personal servants after the marriage, family drama and conflict ensues, but is Princess Chiu Yeung stubborn enough to stay and win the heart of her new husband?

Watch episode 1 now!

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2. Two Faces of My Girlfriend 

Starring Bong Tae Kyu and Jung Ryeo Won

From failing at job interviews, to being a 30-year-old virgin, Gu Chang (Bong Tae Gyu) seriously can’t catch a break. But that all changes when he meets Ah Ni (Jung Ryeo Won), a lovely and innocent woman who makes Gu Chang think his luck has finally turned for the better — until her split personality Ha Ni rudely emerges during their first kiss. Between Ah Ni's sweet nothings and Ha Ni's abusive high kicks, can Gu Chang handle two girlfriends at once?

Trailer

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Coming Next Week

1. The Beast and the Beauty

Starring Ryu Seung Bum and Shin Min Ah

Dong Gun (Ryu Seung Bum) isn’t good looking, but that doesn’t stop him from wooing a blind girlfriend with his smooth-as-butter voice. But the ruse is up when Hae Ju (Shin Min Ah) suddenly regains her eyesight, forcing Dong Gun to undergo extreme plastic surgery. Things get tricky when Hae Ju meets Joon Ha (Kim Kang Woo) — whose good looks Dong Gun used to describe himself — and immediately mistakes him for Dong Gun, resulting in a hilarious love triangle of mistaken identity.


What did you think of this week's new releases? What will you be watching next? Comment below!