This week we saw a fun new Taiwanese romantic comedy. Next week we see one of our favorite flower boys transform for an intense action drama, a classic Chinese historical drama, and a hilarious coming-of-age Korean movie featuring three hot stars. Let's take a look!


1. When I See You Again

Starring Jasper Liu and Mandy Wei

As someone who is good looking, well loved, and the head of a successful equity firm, Xia You Qian (Jasper Liu) seemingly excels at everything in life, including correctly assessing people at first glance using his acute observation skills. When he is invited to judge a competition, he has an encounter with An Xi (Mandy Wei), who nearly accidentally caused his death 10 years prior. An Xi entered the competition to try to save the hostel she inherited from her grandpa, but Xia You Qian’s grudge against her causes her to lose. Now An Xi may be forced to marry someone she doesn't love, unless she can convince the man who sees everything that everything is not as it seems.


1. Hidden Identity

Starring Kim Bum and Yoon So Yi

The heat is on in Investigation 5, an undercover police unit specializing in thwarting violent crimes. Led by Superintendent Jang Moon Won (Park Sung Woong), this team of young and elite officers, including Cha Gun Woo (Kim Bum), Jang Min Joo (Yoon So Yi), and Lee Won Jong (Choi Tae Pyung), assume new identities and infiltrate dangerous crime syndicates. With only their wits and poker faces at their disposal, can the team complete their missions without blowing their covers in hostile territory?

2. The Confidant 

Starring Wayne Lai and Catherina Yim

Lei Lin Ying (Wayne Lai) and On Tak hoi (Raymond Cho) come from poor families and are sold to become palace eunuchs at a young age. The two later become apprentices of senior eunuch Lau Dor Sang (Chung King Fai) and develop a deep brotherly relationship. Both became important high ranking officials for Empress Dowager (Michelle Yim). Unfortunately, Tak Hoi has a greedy heart of and his relationship with the careful Lin Ying deteriorates. Can the two survive palace intrigue and the competition for power? (Source)

3. Twenty

Starring Kim Woo BinKang Ha Neul and Lee Jun Ho

Kim Chi Ho (Kim Woo Bin), Lee Dong Woo (Lee Joon Ho) and Kang Gyung Jae (Kang Ha Neul) have been best friends since high school, but can their close bonds survive the challenges of growing up? Amidst shifting priorities, these friends learn important lessons in love and life, proving that while girls and work can be confusing at any age, it's especially challenging when you're a 20-year-old guy. 

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Twenty is intended for mature audiences, and it contains raunchy humor, adult situations, and profanity.

Which new dramas did you watch this week? Are you excited for next week's new show? Comment below!