This week we learned lessons about life and love from a beautiful Korean movie and experienced the excitement of a new vampire medical drama. Next week there's an intriguing new  Korean family drama and a tantalizing royal Chinese drama. Let's take a look! 


1.  Blood

Starring Ahn Jae Hyun and Gu Hye Sun

Park Ji Sang (Ahn Jae Hyun) is no mere surgeon at the nation's top oncological center: in fact, he's a vampire. Under the watchful eye of hospital director Lee Jae Yook (Ji Jin Hee), Ji Sang manages to stave off his bloodlust, especially when his patients are at their most vulnerable. But when the beautiful surgeon Yoo Ri Ta (Gu Hye Sun) joins the team, Ji Sang discovers a slow-burning desire that could put his whole world at stake. Could there be more than hunger coarsing through his veins — perhaps, love?

2.  Ocean Heaven

Starring Jet Li and Wen Zhang

Following his wife’s untimely death 14 years ago, aquarian worker Wang Xincheng (Jet Li) has cared for his autistic 21-year-old son Dafu (Wen Zhang). But when Xincheng is diagnosed with terminal cancer, a whole new challenge presents itself: ensuring Dafu can care for himself long after his father is gone. In their limited time together, Xincheng struggles to teach his son basic tasks, and as Dafu’s skills blossom, so too does an everlasting bond between father and son. 

Coming Soon

1. Heard It Through the Grapevine

Starring Lee Joon and Go Ah Sung

Han In Sang (Lee Joon) and Seo Bom (Go Ah Sung) are young and in love, despite major differences in wealth and status. But all of that hangs in the balance when Han In Sang accidentally knocks up Seo Bom, setting off a comedic domino effect that reverberates throughout the snooty Han family and the modest Seo family. Between pride and humiliation, as well as love and duty, will this young couple be able to survive the storm and do what's right for their baby?

2. Curse of the Royal Harem 

Starring Sunny Chan and Jessica Hsuan

When Prince Muk goes missing, it spells out happily-never-after for his wife Yee Lan (Jessica Hsuan), who the empress dowager considers a curse. But when Yee Lan is arranged to become a human sacrifice, a lovelorn Emperor Do Kwong (Sunny Chan) intervenes and saves Yee Lan from certain death by marrying her. In the quest to unravel the mystery surrounding her late husband, Yee Lan stumbles upon a conspiracy in the royal harem, setting off a chain of events that further endanger her life.

What did you think of the new releases this week? What are you looking forward to next week? Comment below!