This week, we saw a hit Korean movie that reunites two of K-drama's most popular stars, and next week there's a melodramatic revenge daily drama, a supernatural web drama, and a classic Korean movie coming our way. Let's take a look!


1. The Thieves

Starring Kim Soo Hyun and Jeon Ji Hyu

Fresh from a successful heist, Chewing Gum (Kim Hae Sook) and Yenicall (Jun Ji Hyun) discover they've been sold out by Popie (Lee Jung Jae), the mastermind of the operation. On the run, they join a crack team of thieves in Hong Kong—Chen (Simon Yam), Jonny (Derek Tseng), Andrew (Oh Dal Su), and Julie (Angelica Lee)—and scheme to steal a diamond worth $20 million, leading to an epic stickup that pits the underbellies of Asia against one another.



1. A Bird that Doesn't Sing

Starring Hong Ah Reum and Oh Hyun Kyung (1970)

For insurance money to the tune of 10 billion won, Cheong Mi Ja (Oh Hyun Kyeong) coldly murders the mother figure and role model of Oh Ha Nui (Hong Ah Reum). With nothing else left to lose, Ha Nui transforms her grief into an unstoppable path of revenge.


2. Never Die

Starring Nam Ji Hyun and Ji Eun Sung

Nam Ji Hyun plays a 200-year-old immortal who eternally looks 20 years old. Ji Eun Sung plays a young man in the present day who falls for the undying beauty. When two people are in love but one of them is 200 years old, how can they make their romance last?


3. Once Upon a Time in High School (Movie)

Starring Kwon Sang Woo and Lee Jung Jin

Before Gangnam was glamorous, it was ridden with corruption and violence. As a transfer student, Hyun Soo (Kwon Sang Woo) experiences this reality firsthand when his teacher beats him with a baseball bat. But his luck turns when he scores a winning shot for his basketball team—winning the favor of Woo Sik (Lee Jung Jin), the top dog of Jungmoon High School. United by a love of Bruce Lee, both boys eventually find themselves divided by their love for Eun Ju (Han Ha In).

Which new shows did you watch this week? Which new shows are you excited for next week? Comment below!