New and Coming Soon to DramaFever November 3 to November 9
This week brought us three fun new dramas, an adorable Mini drama, and a fantastic movie. Next week will bring two more incredible dramas and another must-watch movie. Let's review!
As the heir to a large company, Han Tae Hee (Joo Sang Wook) has everything he could possibly want — except for his long lost love. But instead of nursing his heartache like a sensible person, Tae Hee enlists Sa Geum Ran (Han Ye Seul), whom he transforms from an overweight ugly duckling to a gorgeous bombshell named Sara. In the process of falling in love with his "creation" he discovers that even though it appears that money can buy just about everything, it can't buy love or heal emotional scars.
2. Mr. Baek
Mr. Baek is a successful hotelier who's more interested in hoarding his money than in enjoying his golden years. But in a strange turn of events, this classic scrooge gets a second chance at life when he wakes up as a younger version of himself (Shin Ha Kyun). With no way to prove his identity, Mr. Baek must enter his own company as a rookie and is forced to work his way up once again. With precious little time, Mr. Baek is given the opportunity to take stock of his life — and to give love a chance.
3. Love Cells
Dae Choong (Park Sun Ho) is downright unlucky in love, until he crosses paths with a magical cat named Navi (Kim Yoo Jung), whose "love cells" can transform anyone into a leading hero. Under the guidance of Navi, Dae Choong develops his romantic prowess, but is the month-long crash course enough to score the kittenish pop-star Seo Rin (4Minute's Nam Ji Hyun)? Meanwhile, Dae Choong must also compete with Chun Ji Woon (Baek Sung Hyun), a handsome idol with the hots for Seo Rin.
In a scheme to tone down her diva image, international superstar Chloe (Charmaine Sheh) makes a high-profile visit to Locus (Moses Chan), a loyal fan. But when tabloids push rumors that the two are dating, her management steps in to cook up a break-up for the fake fling, leaving Chloe's plan to backfire in more ways than one when she finds herself really falling for Locus. Meanwhile, their friends deal with modern dating trials that question whether love and status mix in and out of the bedroom.
As the son of the infamous Crown Prince Sado, who was executed by his own father, King Jeongjo (Hyun Bin) inherits a misfortunate legacy himself: history remembers him as the king who survived seven assassination attempts within the first year of his reign. Embroiled in political strife since childhood, Jeongjo has only ever trusted the court eunuch Sang Chaek (Jung Jae Young), but these loyalties are tested when Jeongjo becomes the target of an assassination that may hit very close to home.
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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?
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)
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.
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