This week we saw a popular new Korean heist movie starring two of our favorite actors, a Chinese drama about finding love in the most unlikely places, a detective crime show, and a magical Korean web drama featuring a hot K-pop band. Next week we will see a fascinating Korean courtroom film based on historical events. Let's take a look!


1.The Technicians

Starring Kim Woo Bin and Lee Hyun Woo

Ji Hyuk (Kim Woo Bin) may live fast and loose as a safecracker, but things get out of control when he plans to steal diamonds from President Cho, the dangerous owner of a high-end jewelry store. However, instead of persecuting the thieves who tried to rob him, President Cho decides to recruit them-- whether they like it or not. Along with his trusted partner Koo In (Go Chang Suk), Ji Hyuk links up with the untrustworthy genius hacker, Jong Bae (Lee Hyun Woo) and assembles the perfect trio for the greatest heist of their lives.

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2.  Divorce Lawyers (Chinese)

Starring Wu Xiu Bo and Yao Chen

On top of waging wars on behalf of their clients, divorce lawyers Luo Li (Yao Chen) and Chi Hai Dong (Wu Xiu Bo) have major beef when it comes to their personal opinions on love and marriage: despite her profession, Li remains a hopeless romantic, while Hai Dong is the very definition of cynicism. But things get tricky when both colleagues discover they're new neighbors — will they object to their new relationship or will they find a way to settle their differences? So much for unwinding after work!

3.  Catch Me Now

Starring Damian Lau and Joe Ma

Though Ko Chit (Damian Lau) masterminds a series of high-profile robberies, he only steals from the rich to give to the poor. But when Detective Kong Yeung (Joe Ma) traces a large sum of illicit money back to the illusive thief, he triggers an intense cat-and-mouse game that brings their lives closer than ever to danger, deceit and betrayal. As two heads of the same coin, Chit and Yeung eventually develop mutual respect for one another, but where do they draw the line between good and bad?

4.  Dream Knight

Starring Song Ha Yoon and Im Jae Bum (JB)

Though she's constantly bullied, orphaned high schooler Joo In Hyeong (Song Ha Yoon) refuses to let life get her down and fills her little home with positive vibes from her favorite boy band. But fandom hits the next level when she discovers the ability to call upon four mysterious hotties (played by GOT7), who turn her world topsy-turvy with magical and hilarious antics, including JYP artist cameos. No matter how tough life gets, she'll get by with a little help from her friends, especially with dreamy knights! 

5. Unkind Women

Starring Kim Hye Ja and Chae Si Ra

Motherhood and sisterhood come full circle in this heartwarming glimpse into the lives of three generations of women. As a single mother, Kang Soon Ok (Kim Hye Ja) often laments her misfortunes, while her daughters Kim Hyun Sook (Chae Si Ra) and Kim Hyun Jung (Do Ji Won) also struggle with their own. But when Hyun Jung's daughter Jung Ma Ri (Lee Ha Na) becomes an unlikely source of wisdom, the entire family begins to view life differently. Will they realize just how lucky they really are?

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1. The Attorney

Starring Song Kang Ho and Im Si Wan

With only a high school diploma, legal attorney Song Woo Suk (Song Kang Ho) is somewhat of an outcast in the Busan society ruled by university connections. Determined to become economically affluent, he accepts cases that colleagues shun, and with his business acumen and appetite for money, he soon builds a successful practice dealing with real estate and tax law. But Woo Suk becomes embroiled in a civil liberties case involving a group of young student activists detained by police, who are accused of being communist sympathizers. One of them is Park Jin Woo (Im Si Wan), the son of Choi Soon Ae, a restaurant owner that Woo Suk is indebted to. When Woo Suk sees that Jin Woo has been tortured by interrogators, he decides to take on the case. (Source)

What did you think of the new releases this week? Are you looking forward to next week's new movie? Comment below!