This week brought us a fast-paced new thriller, the second season of a popular music show, and a hilarious new romantic comedy. Next week is jam-packed with new shows and movies, including an exciting new historical series and a fun high school comedy. Let's take a look!


1.  Healer

Starring Ji Chang Wook and Park Min Young

Kim Moon Ho (Yoo Ji Tae) is a successful reporter at a mainstream news station, but when he stumbles upon a 10-year-old mystery, he's forced to dive into a subversive underground news agency. On his journey to break open the case, Moon Ho teams up with Chae Young Shin (Park Min Young), a second rate tabloid writer, and Healer (Ji Chang Wook), a mysterious internet-based journalist. With his career and his safety on the line, who can Moon Ho trust in a world full of unreliable sources?

Watch episode 1 now!

2. 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.


3. A Song for You, season 2

Watch the complete second season of A Song For You , the show made just for K-pop fans! Join host Jo Kwon of the incredibly talented ballad group 2AM as he takes requests from fans around the world and relays them to some of South Korea's hottest talents. Each week a celebrity guest appears to perform a song and to answer fan questions.

Watch the first episode:

Coming Next Week

1. Maids

Starring Oh Ji Ho and Jung Yoo Mi

Set in the Joseon Dynasty, three women learn what love means as they try to navigate through the class system and survive. In Yup is a beautiful noblewoman who becomes a servant overnight when her father is framed and labeled a traitor. She ends up falling in love with a fellow servant, Moo Myung, while working for the royal family, and becomes friends with her own handmaiden Sa Wol thanks to their shared experiences. Meanwhile Ga Hee is the most famous geisha of the city but with her own aspirations for romance. She falls in love with Moo Myung, but what can she do when his heart lies elsewhere?

Watch the teaser:

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2. Punch

Starring Kim Rae Won and Kim Ah Joong

When Park Jung Hwan (Kim Rae Won), the chief of the anti-corruption investigation team for the Supreme Prosecutors' Office, learns that he has a malignant brain tumor that gives him only 6 months to live, he decides to throw his final punch at the criminal world before he says farewell to life. While he was once a dishonest chief himself, making compromises to achieve his position of power, Park decides to redeem himself by he taking down the corrupt Public Prosecutor General Lee Tae Joon (Cho Jae Hyun). In his passionate pursuit, he recruits the help of Shin Ha Kyung, his ex-wife and mother of his child who divorced him because he was only concerned with power and status and is now an upright prosecutor herself. Park is determined to redeem himself to the world, but can he also redeem himself in the eyes of his family?

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3.  Detectives of Seonam Girls' High School

Starring Kim Min Joon and Jin Ji Hee

There are a lot of dark secrets at Seonam Girls High School, but nothing is too difficult to solve for the school's Sherlockian group of private investigators. Mentored by their teacher Ha Yeon Joon (Kim Min Joon), these beautiful and intelligent sleuths — Ahn Chae Yool (Jin Ji Hee), Lee Ye Hee (Lee Hye Ri aka Hyeri), Yoon Mi Do (Kang Min Ah), Kim Ha Jae (Lee Min Ji), and Choi Sung Yoon (Stephanie Lee) — use investigatory finesse to solve hot-button cases, including abortion, bullying and suicide.

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4. Bottled Passion

Starring Raymond Wong and Niki Chow

In this 2011 series from Hong Kong, Ko Yi Ho (Raymond Wong) is adopted into a wealthy family and then later kicked out in a power struggle. After years of hardship, he returns to take revenge on his adopted family under the assumed identity of Tung Bun Sin. He meets the naive Tsui Sum (Niki Chow) and exploits her trust and her family business in order to get closer to the people who betrayed him. In the process, he finds love, but his quest for revenge leads him down a dangerous path.  

5. War of the Arrows (movie)

Starring Park Hae Il and Moon Chae Won

After barely escaping a coup that took their father's life, orphans Nam Yi (Park Hae Il) and Ja In (Moon Chae Won) find refuge in the countryside, where Nam Yi becomes a skilled archer and Ja In becomes a beautiful young woman. When Manchurian forces crash Ja In's wedding and abduct her, Nam Yi must singlehandedly save her from certain doom. But while tracking the captors, he manages to attract the deadly attention of warlord Jyuushinta (Ryu Seung Ryong), who refuses to give up Ja In at all costs.

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What did you watch this week? What are you excited to see in all of the new releases next week? Comment below!