New and Coming Soon to DramaFever January 4 to January 10
Last week we saw a classic martial arts movie that packs a big laugh. This week we have a fun new webtoon-based K-drama, a Taiwanese gender bender, a hot K-pop awards show, a Chinese historical drama, and a Korean movie that will have you in laughter and tears. Let's take a look!
While bungling a robbery case, rookie cop Sang Hwan (Ryu Seung Bum) becomes severely injured and is rescued by Eui Jin (Yoon So Yi), a martial artist that reveals Sang Hwan has the potential to be a powerful and prophesied warrior. But while under the tutelage of six Masters of Tao, a great evil arises. Can Sang Hwan save the world before Arahan destroys everything?
1. Cheese in the Trap (January 4)
Hong Seol (Kim Go Eun) isn't the smartest or most privileged university student, but she is without a doubt hardworking and earnest. In contrast, Hong Seol's senior, Yoo Jeong (Park Hae Jin), is a high achiever with the good looks, athleticism and grades to prove it — but he harbors a dark side. Even stranger, an unlikely alliance is forged between these two classmates from opposite sides of the track.
2. Bromance (January 4)
Following a fortune teller’s advice, Pi Ya Nuo (Megan Lai) has been forced to live as a man for 25 years. On the eve of her 26th birthday—the year which she can finally live freely as a woman—she inadvertently saves Du Zhi Feng (Baron Chen), a mob boss, and his sister, who falls in love with Ya Nuo at first sight. To complicate matters further, Du Zhi Feng becomes Ya Nuo’s sworn brother, forcing her to decide whether or not she’s willing to remain his best man—or something more.
3. 2015 SBS Awards Festival (January 6)
The 2015 SBS Gayo Daejun Awards kicks off with performances from T-ARA, CN Blue, Ailee, APink, and Psy!
4. Beauty At War (January 7)
Set in the Forbidden City, Seung-Ling (Ada Choi) and Su-Lan (Tracy Yip) fight to become the nanny of Yu Fei's (Sheren Tang) child, the 5th Prince, while Yu Fei and Consort Dowager Shun (Christine Ng) fight over their hatred for one another. Ko Lau-Fei (Moses Chan) is a Kunqu Opera performer who plays the main male role who is in a battle with Tong Kat-Hoi (Eddie Kwan).
5. King and the Clown (Movie) (January 9)
Bonded through a love of comedy and a crime of passion, two clowns — Jangsaeng (Kam Woo Sung) and Gong Gil (Lee Joon Gi)—go on the run and take their act with them. But after their new routine catches the ire of the court and becomes grounds for treason, the comedic duo is summoned to humor the king—or die trying. Amidst increasing political unrest, the mad king takes a dangerous liking to the effeminate Gong Gil, forcing both clowns to walk a fatal tightrope between performance and reality.
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