This week we saw a fantasy web drama, a thrilling action melodrama, a stunning historical drama, a short drama that transcends space and time, early episodes of one of our favorite variety shows, a documentary about the struggles of being a K-pop star, and a touching Korean movie. Next week we have a delightfully fun mini K-drama, the biggest Asian music awards show of the year, and a moving film about one of Korea's most sensitive topics coming our way. Let's take a look!


1.  9 Seconds — Eternal Time (Web drama) 

Starring Lee Joo Seung (The Time That I Loved You, 7,000 Days) and K-pop girl group Bestie's Haeryung (High School — Love On)

Upon a chance meeting at a neighborhood photo studio, Yoo So Ra (Na Hae Ryung) and Kang Yoo Chan (Lee Joo Seung) develop a picture-perfect romance with the help of a magical camera that can freeze time. At first the camera seems like a game, but it begins to take on a whole new meaning as each character faces hardships that might cut their growing love and youth short. 



2.  Remember

Starring Yoo Seung Ho, Park Min Young, Namgoong Min, and Park Sung Woong

Diagnosed with hyperthymesia, Seo Jin Woo (Yoo Seung Ho) possesses an uncanny memory, which he uses to his advantage as a lawyer defending his wrongfully convicted father. But when Jin Woo is afflicted with Alzheimer’s, his only link to his father’s innocence begins to fray. With a mind that’s both his greatest asset and greatest liability, can justice prevail?



3.  Three Musketeers (Full Series Release) 

Starring Lee Jin Wook and Jung Yong Hwa

Just when Heo Seung Po (Yang Dong Geun), An Min Seo (Jung Hae In) and Park Dal Hyang (Jung Yong Hwa) embark on an adventure throughout China, destiny calls during a chance meeting with the Crown Prince So Hyun (Lee Jin Wook). But can these three vagabond warriors shape up and protect him? In this story of justice and camaraderie, Alexandre Dumas' classic novel comes to light in Korea's Joseon Dynasty period — celebrating one for all, and all for one.



4. Snow Lotus Flower (also titled Lucid Dream) (Web drama) 

Starring  Ji Jin Hee (Blood), Lee Ji Ah (Me Too, Flower), Ahn Jae Hyun (Blood), and Seo Ji Hye (49 Days)

Lee Soo Hyun (Ji Jin Hee) can't seem to escape a haunting reoccurring dream about a woman from 1,000 years ago, so as the CEO of a gaming company, he uses that dream as the basis for an online game he calls "Lucid Dream." When Han Yun Hee (Lee Ji Ah), a part-time employee on leave from art school, reads the game’s script, she becomes unsettled as it coincides with her own dreams of a life filled with tumultuous romance. She finds she has an unexplainable connection to the game creator, but he is already engaged to a woman (Seo Ji Hye) desperate to keep them apart, and she is held back by another former flame (Ahn Jae Hyun), who continues to haunt her reality. 



5.  The Classic (Movie) (December 12)

Starring Son Ye Jin, Jo In Sung, and Cho Seung Woo

Joon Ha is visiting his uncle's home in the countryside during his summer vacation. There he meets Joo Hee and falls in love at first sight. One day, the lovely Joo Hee secretly asks Joon Ha to escort her to a haunted house in the village. Happy and excited to be at her service, Joon Ha meets her at their promised spot. But in an unexpected storm, the two lose their boat and barely manage to return home at a very late hour. Joo Hee gets into big trouble for this incident and is sent back to Seoul. Having parted with Joo Hee without a word of farewell, Joon Ha spends the rest of the summer heavy-hearted. With summer vacation being over Joon Ha also returns to Seoul. At school, his classmate Tae Su asks him to write a love letter to send to a girl. And who would it be but Joo Hee, Joon Ha's dream girl. Unable to confess his own summer love story, Joon Ha reluctantly complies with his friend's request.

6.  Running Man: The Early Years

Starring Yoo Jae Suk and Song Ji Hyo

Need more Running Man as you wait for new episodes each week? Or perhaps want to see how everything began? Well guess what – the first 90 episodes of Running Man are now here! Join the original group of Running Man (including Song Joong Ki!) as they are trapped in South Korea's landmarks and fight to the death to escape.



1. Love Detective Sherlock K (Web drama) (December 15)

Starring Park Min WooNam Bo Ra, Apink's Bomi, and B1A4’s Jin Young

When free-spirited heir Do Min Woo (Park Min Woo) falls in love with the lively and spunky celebrity Yuma (Bomi), he needs help proving that the diva's love is real. He hires a woman disguised as a man, the love detective Sherlock K (Nam Bo Ra), and her loyal assistant (B1A4’s Jin Young) to help him solve the case. 

2. Mnet Asian Music Awards 2015 (December 16) 

Starring Zion.T and GOT 7

MAMA – or Mnet Asian Music Awards – started off as a celebration of Korean music videos, and has evolved into becoming Asia's representative music festival. Held in various cities in Asia, this year's awards will be held in Hong Kong. Featuring Zion.T, GOT7, BTS, BIGBANG, iKON, CL, Psy and more, you – the viewer – vote for the winners and can watch them perform right here on DramaFever. Available in North and South America!

3. As One (Movie) (December 19)

Starring Ha Ji Won and Bae Doo Na

As One is a 2012 South Korean sports drama film starring Ha Ji Won and Bae Doona. It is a cinematic retelling of the first ever post-war Unified Korea sports team which won the gold at the 1991 World Table Tennis Championships in Chiba, Japan Director Moon Hyun-sung used the foundation of true events to tell the story of a team that united a divided nation for the first time in its painful history. 

Which new shows did you watch this week? Which new shows are you excited for next week? Comment below!