This week was full of great new releases with the premiere of the most highly anticipated dramas of the year, a romantic comedy from the famed Hong sisters, a beautiful new historical drama, a Chinese drama like you have never seen before, and a cute movie perfect for ladies night. Next week we'll see a new romantic high school vampire drama starring some of the hottest K-pop idols. Let's take a look!  


1. Producer

Starring Kim Soo Hyun, IU, Cha Tae Hyun and Gong Hyo Jin

A group of young television producers — Ra Jun Mo (Cha Tae Hyun), Baek Sung Chan (Kim Soo Hyun), Tak Ye Ji (Gong Hyo Jin), and Cindy (IU) — work tirelessly around the clock within the entertainment division of a major broadcasting network. Amidst their dynamic and challenging workloads, serious drama reaches new heights in this backstage glimpse of the people who make television magic happen. Producer marks the second collaboration between actor Kim Soo Hyun and screenwriter Park Ji-eun after working together in the 2014 international mega-hit My Love from Another Star.

2. Jeju Island Gatsby

Starring Yoo Yun Suk and Kang So Ra

Desperate to escape the drama and stress of modern life in the city, Baek Gun Woo (Yoo Yeon Seok) and Lee Jung Joo (Kang So Ra) take off to South Korea's idyllic Jeju Island. But when these two urbane strangers meet on the island, they discover the magical island's restorative qualities include unexpected romance.

3. Sound of the Dessert

Starring Cecilia Liu and Eddie Peng

Based on the hit romance novel, Sound of the Desert traces the fate of Jin Yu (Cecilia Liu), a young orphan who was adopted by the nomadic Xiongnu tribe. When political turmoil forces Jin Yu to flee, she finds herself in the company of two very different, but alluring men: Mo Xun (Hu Ge), a kind soul, and Wei Wuji (Eddie Peng), a cold general. As Jin Yu travels throughout a vast desert of possibilities, she must ask herself who she loves most in this delicate dance of love.

4.">Three Kings RPG

Starring Kenneth Ma and Tavia Yeung

Szema Shun (Kenneth Ma) is a notorious slacker by day, but strategic video game genius by night. When a typhoon hits, Vincent gets transported back to the Three Kingdoms era, where he meets various historical figures and a young servant (Tavia Yeung), who just may be the love of his life. Vincent quickly finds his place in the world as a brilliant war strategist amongst some of history's greatest-- but is he willing to leave his life in the future behind?

5. What Women Want (Movie)

Starring Andy Lau and Gong Li

Adapted from the American romantic comedy of the same title. Sun Zi Gang, Creative Director of an ad firm and a man's man, meets his challenge in the form of his new female superior, Li Yi Long. While on a task to tap into his 'anima', Sun Zi Gang inexplicably gains the ability to hear women's thoughts.


1. Orange Marmalade 

Starring Yeo Jin Goo and Kim Seol Hyun

Despite a 200-year-old treaty between humans and vampires, both races still don't get along. Amidst the looming tension, Jung Jae Min (Yeo Jin Goo), a posh yet kindhearted high school student, quickly falls for the mysterious new girl Baek Ma Ri (Seol Hyun). But can Ma Ri conceal her true vampire identity and give love an honest chance? If these star-crossed lovers can find the courage to make the leap, Jae Min and Ma Ri may just be the key to a final resolution between humans and vampires...

 Which new dramas did you watch this week? Are you excited for Orange Marmalade next week? Comment below!