New and Coming Soon to DramaFever February 15 to February 21
This week we saw a hot noona romance perfect for a Valentine's weekend binge. Next week we have two fun Chinese romantic comedies, a documentary leading up to the debut of an adorable new K-pop boy band, and a touching Korean movie about love and family. Take a look!
Despite her witchy reputation at work, 39-year-old tabloid reporter Ban Ji Yeon (Uhm Jung Hwa) is ultra focused on her job. What her colleagues don't know, however, is that the source of her prowess is a broken heart: Since being stood up by her ex-fiance, Ji Yeon has completely written off romance. But in a rare moment of vulnerability, a 25-year-old jack of all trades named Yoon Dong Ha (Park Seo Joon) becomes her unlikely hero. Will they act on their intense sexual tension, or is age a dealbreaker?
1. Love or Spend (February 16)
Close friends often confuse each other for lovers, but not Pei Zheng Xi (Kingone Wang) and Mo Cheng Zhen (Hong Xiao Ling). Their mothers are best friends, so they've been close since childhood. Zheng and Zhen's moms always hoped their kids would fall in love and marry each other some day, but the two share no romantic feelings despite having known each other for decades. Ultimately, their mothers convince them to explore their individual love lives and find their soulmates by their 32nd birthdays. If they fail to find their matches, they have to marry each other.
2. Awfully Lawful (February 18)
Ming (Raymond Cho) and Jazz (Pal Sinn) are partners of a solicitor firm, who invite Solo (Roger Kwok) and Fish (Johnson Lee) to join the firm as well. Despite their different personalities, the four men share a close bond. They are well-known within the legal circle as "The Big Four Mature Men". Their creative tactics to win court cases have won over many female clients. Unfortunately, someone has swindled money from the firm. To save the firm from financial distress, four female lawyers are brought in. They include Roger's rival Kay (Sharon Chan), Johnson's wealthy wife Elsa (Selena Li), Ming's wife Tina (Joyce Tang) and a barrister, Honey (Grace Wong), who gets entangled with Pal and Johnson. The working and private relationships of the eight become messier and messier, until they finally realize that there is someone behind all the happenings at the law firm. With Solo leaving the firm and Ming's mysterious disappearance with the firm's money, what would become of the law firm? (Source)
3. Astro OK Ready! (February 19)
K-Pop's newest up and coming group, Astro, have trained rigorously in singing, dancing, and acting in preparation for their debut. Countdown to Astro's very first performance with Eun Woo, Moon Bin, MJ, Jin Jin, Rocky, and San Ha in this fun and exciting variety show!
4. Salut d'Amor (February 20) (Movie)
A stubborn and ill-tempered old man (Park Geun Hyung) begins to change when he falls for Geum Nim (Yoon Yeo Jung), a sweet lady that runs a flower shop with her daughter. The only problem is, Geum Nim’s daughter (Han Ji Min) is dead set against her mother’s potential new relationship. Can the two overcome the obstacles around them and find another chance at love?
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