New and Coming Soon to DramaFever January 18 to January 24
This week we saw a new fantasy action high school drama, an adorable detective web drama, a quirky "flower boy" drama unlike any other, and a Korean cops and robbers movie. Next week we have a drama starring one of our favorite Running Men, a stellar K-pop awards show, a highly anticipated web drama, a new romantic comedy that already sizzles with chemistry, and not one, not two, but 25 new Korean movies! Let's take a look!
Emphasizing honesty, integrity, selflessness, creativity, and communication above all else, Moorim School is anything but a typical Korean school. Led by Shin Hyun Joon (Hwang Moo Song), Moorim School employs non-traditional, yet incredibly enlightening teachers from different countries to share their unique life lessons with impressionable teenagers.
2. Detective Alice (Web Drama)
Chun Yeon Joo (Apink's Kim Nam Joo) is an enthusiastic detective for the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety. Yeon Joo investigates various crimes with the help of her stoic partner (Jo Dong Hyuk) and extremely sensitive taste buds.
3. Grandpas Over Flowers Investigation Team (January 15)
Four hotshot detectives land themselves in their most mysterious case when an experiment goes wrong and transforms three of them into elderly men. Bewildered by their new 70-something bodies, these young 20-somethings set out on a quest to revert themselves back to their normal selves, but find themselves challenged by the hardships of being old. Meanwhile, as the only detective who emerged from the experiment unscathed, Park Jung Woo (Kim Heechul) must rally his 'ol buds into action.
4. Going By the Book (Movie) (January 16)
After a string of violent bank robberies shakes up the public, the pressure is on for Lee Seung Woo (Son Byung Ho), the newly appointed police chief, to take swift action and calm the situation. His solution? Appointing Jung Do Man (Jung Jae Young), a naive traffic cop, to go undercover and bust the robbers.
1. Puck! (January 19)
Mired in his ex-wife's outrageous debt, Jo Joon Man (Lee Kwang Soo) is forced to pay it off working as an enforcer for a gang boss, despite being an otherwise good guy. To trap and muscle his next target into paying up, Joon Man joins an ice hockey team to get closer to the hapless coach. But can a loan shark survive the ice?
2. 25th Annual Seoul Music Awards (January 20)
The 25th Annual Seoul Music Awards just aired in Korea on the evening on January 14, and you can see the full show on DramaFever next week on January 20! Take a look at everyone you can see on stage for the event: Ailee, Apink, BoA, BtoB, BTS, EXID, EXO, GFriend, Hong Jin Young, Hyukoh, iKON, Jang Jae In & Wonwoo, MFBTY with Rap Monster, Chanyeol, and Wendy, Monsta X, Red Velvet, San E & Kang Min Hee, Seventeen, SHINee, SISTAR, Taeyeon, VIXX, and Zion.T.
3. High End Crush (Web Drama) (January 20)
Opposites attract when a man with everything falls head-over-heels for a woman who grew up with nothing.
4. CJ Movie Collection (January 21)
In conjunction with CJ E&M, DramaFever is bringing you the following 24 Korean movies!
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5. Madame Antoine (January 22)
Insisting her powers are the result of a spiritual connection to Marie Antoinette, Go Hye Rim (Han Ye Seul) has made a name for herself as a famous fortune teller specializing in all things romantic. In reality, her keen powers of observation are anything but magical. But when she agrees to participate in a psychological test designed to debunk the existence of true love, Hye Rim suddenly finds her career threatened by Choi Soo Hyun (Sung Joon), a skeptical psychotherapist.
6. Signal (January 22)
Lee Je Hoon and Kim Hye Soo play detectives on the same task force who work on solving cold cases. They are able to communicate with a detective from the past (Jo Jin Woong) via a two-way radio, and together they work to uncover new clues and solve old crimes.
7. 20 Once Again (Movie) (January 23)
In this Chinese remake of the popular Korean movie, Miss Granny, Meng Li Jun (Gui Ya Lei) is an extremely proud, yet bitter 70-year old woman who single-handedly raised her son (Zhao Lixin), at the cost of her own dreams. Much to her dismay, Li Jun’s difficult behavior gets her a one-way ticket to a nursing home. During one final night to herself, Li Jun stumbles upon a photo studio that unknowingly transforms her back into her twenty year old self! Will Li Jun have a second chance at her own happiness, or is she on borrowed time?
Which new shows are you watching? Which new shows are you excited to see? Comment below!