This week we were treated to multiple shows focusing on multiple personality disorders, as well as an epic Chinese historical drama. Next week we'll see a classic Chinese martial arts saga and a new start to a beautiful Korean historical drama. Let's take a look! 

1. Kill Me, Heal Me 

Starring  Ji Sung and Hwang Jung Eum

(Due to licensing restrictions, we will be releasing new episodes on a 2-week delay.)

Cha Do Hyun (Ji Sung) is a rich heir to a family company with one major problem. Due to suppressed childhood trauma, he suffers from dissociative identity disorder manifested in 7 unique personalities who are out of his control. In order to overcome this disorder in secret, he hires a first year medical resident (Hwang Jung Eum) to help him heal by killing off each personality one by one.

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2.  Hyde, Jekyll, and I

Starring Hyun Bin and Han Ji Min

Koo Seo Jin (Hyun Bin) reaches an all-time low when he uses his power as a theme park director to decommission Wonderland's popular circus. Refusing to give into the demands of her frosty boss, ringleader Jang Ha Na (Han Ji Min) puts up a fight, but is thrown off guard when Seo Jin's secret persona reveals itself with genuine kindness. In the battle to save her circus, Ha Na realizes she must tease out Seo Jin's brighter side with magic, wonder and love, but who's listening — Jekyll or Hyde?

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3.  The Life and Times of a Sentinel

Starring Steven Ma and Kenneth Ma

Who is the rightful heir to Emperor Shunzhi’s (Sunny Chan) throne? Does it belong to Emperor Kangxi (Power Chan), the incumbent ruler for the last 25 years, or his elder brother, Fuquan, Prince Yu (Kenneth Ma)? Facing the threat of civil war, royal family members and imperial court officials are summoned to unravel the mystery of the Emperor Shunzhi’s sudden death and his designated heir to the throne. The story unfolds with a flashback to the final days of Shunzhi’s reign while treachery, misguidance, revenge, incest and moral corruption pepper the storyline. ( Source

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Coming Soon

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 gisaeng 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?

*After a tragic fire, Maids was delayed to rebuild the set and mourn a crew member but will resume with episode 2 next week. 

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2. Grace Under Fire

Starring John Chiang and Power Chan

Mok Kwai-lan is an ordinary girl working as a water labourer in one of Guangzhou's most famous restaurants. She lives in a simple and steady lifestyle with her uncle, Mok Ping (Law Lok-lam), and Ping's adopted son, Yau Sam-shui. This simplicity is shaken when she meets the unsociable and eccentric young boxer Lui Ching-lung in an underground martial arts arena, and the ambitious Kwai Fa, an assistant chef who begins working in the same restaurant as her. ( Source)

What did you think of the new releases this week? Comment below!