New and Coming Soon to DramaFever November 10 to November 16
This week brought two popular new Korean dramas, a fun new Japanese drama, and another fantastic Korean movie to DramaFever. Next week will bring two more incredible Korean dramas, a thrilling new DramaFever Mini, and another must-watch movie. Let's review!
Amidst a sea of young news reporters competing for the next scoop, Choi In Ha (Park Shin Hye) finds herself in a tricky position, as she cannot tell a lie without a dead giveaway: breaking into a violent hiccup. Meanwhile, first-year reporter Choi Dal Po (Lee Jong Suk) proves his remarkable memory and communication skills by downplaying his good looks with a dumpy veneer of bad hair and clothing. But in a world where hard facts rule, how far can you get by lying?
In Love Frequency 37.2, 37.2 degrees Celsius is the temperature at which one falls in love. A radio DJ who also holds a doctorate in psychology, DJ Captain (Yoon Gun) hosts the show "Pirates Radio" on an underground frequency. His listeners call in to seek his advice on love, from memories of first loves to relationship issues. Each episode covers a new love story, but DJ Captain isn't without his own secrets and stories.
It's 1969 and South Korea is ruled under a dictatorship that Yun Suk Young (Lee Byung Hun) desperately wishes to escape. He and his college friends find refuge in a town where they introduce modern advances to villagers, but when Suk Young falls for the beautiful Seo Jun In (Park Soo Ae), he discovers dark secrets that reel him back into the volatile political landscape. 50 years later, an aged Suk Young appears on a game show that reunites participants with long-lost loved ones, captivating audiences with a retrospective of love and country.
Lui Fei-hap (Niki Chow), known as "Lui Hap", is a thirty-one-year-old Emergency Unit sergeant of the Hong Kong Police Force, who has been let down in love many times, so when she finds her perfect man (Vincent Wong), she jumps at the opportunity, never suspecting that he is a drug baron until she arrests him. To make things worse, their relationship hits the headlines when tabloid reporter Gordon Lam (Michael Tse), known as A1, stumbles upon it while following another story. Lui Hap's and A1's paths continue to cross when pursuing duties and stories, sometimes cooperating and sometimes as enemies, sometimes saving the other and at other times the target of each other's practical jokes. Before long, Lui Hap finds herself falling in love with new recruit Wong Tze-tsuen (Matthew Ko), only for A1 to stand in her way again. Pushed to her limits both at work and in love, Lui Hap has no choice but to fight back in the name of love. ( source)
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Though Crown Prince Kwanghae (Seo In Gook) is the son of a concubine and has always had the question of birthright looming over his head, he is eventually deemed the approved successor to the throne. But shortly after his father's passing, the royal edict is destroyed, giving the Northern faction the opportunity to contest his rule. Without any piece of evidence that can confirm his legitimacy, Prince Kwanghae must rely on the only thing that connects him to the royal bloodline: his own face. When the Crown Prince's claim to the throne is threatened, he must rely on physiognomy — face reading — to foretell his future and prove that he is the one true king.
For most of Kim Bom's life, she has been overlooked by her family and friends who view her as talentless and mediocre. When she takes a mundane job running Sweden Laundry, however, she discovers that she is anything but ordinary. Kim Bom finds that she possesses the supernatural power of hearing clients' thoughts when she touches their laundry. She decides to put her strange skill to use by helping troubled people solve their problems.
3. Doll House
A spin-off of the web drama Aftermath, Doll House is a psychological series about a girl trapped in a mysterious boarding house of horror. After losing her parents in a car accident, Young Hee hears the news that a famous professor has been looking for his lost daughter. Young Hee is strangely compelled to seek him out, moving into his boarding house. It quickly becomes clear that all is not right in the house, but can she escape the demons within?
4. The Face Reader
Nae Kyung (Song Kang Ho) makes a name for himself as a master of physiognomy — the art of interpreting faces — and inadverdantly becomes the key to one of the greatest power struggles in Joseon history. Following the suspected murder of King Munjong, Nae Kyung is summoned to use his powers of deduction to solve the conspiracy, one which may result in more deaths of royal proportions. Faced against treacherous Prince Sooyang (Lee Jung Jae), can he prove appearances can be deceiving?
What did you think of this week's new dramas? What are you going to watch next week? Comment below!
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