New and Coming Soon to DramaFever November 9 to November 15
This week we saw a Taiwanese romantic comedy that reunites one of our favorite onscreen couples, another epic K-pop concert, a sweet Korean web drama sequel, an action-packed police drama, a quirky web drama starring a hot K-pop star, and a hilarious Korean coming-of-age film. Next week we'll have another addition to the nostalgic Answer Me series, the most-anticipated K-pop concert of the year, a British spy drama, and a fascinating and unique Korean movie. Let's take a look!
Onscreen couple Roy Chiu and Alice Ke from Office Girls reunite in this romantic comedy. Watch the sparks fly when divorce lawyer Justin (Roy Chiu) meets the competitive Cai Huan Zhen (Alice Ke) who vows to be a winner in life at all costs including love.
BIGBANG's first world tour 'Alive' comes to a stunning conclusion with a special show in Seoul. Available only in North America.
3. Love Cells 2 (Web Drama)
The sequel to Love Cells, Nebi (Kim Yoo Jung) resumes her role as a modern day cupid, and helps bring new couples together.
4. Punch (Movie coming November 7th)
After his mother walked out on him as a baby, Do Wan Deuk (Yoo Ah In) was raised by his father and uncle, both of whom are former cabaret clowns. Aimless and angry, Wan Deuk channels his aggression into boxing, while his father and uncle hit the road in search of opportunities. But just when Wan Deuk thinks the world has given up on him, he is temporarily placed in the care of his complicated high school teacher Lee Dong Joo (Kim Yoon Suk), who unlocks the key to his past—and future.
5. Secret Message (Web Drama coming November 7)
A Korean man (T.O.P) and a Japanese woman (Ueno Juri) scarred by love find solace in each other.
Hui Wai-Sam (Bosco Wong) is a Witness Protection Unit (WPU) officer whose team is assigned to protect the cellist Kiu Chi-Lam (Linda Chung), the daughter of wealthy businessman Kiu Kong-San (Paul Chun), when Chi-Lam witnesses the assassin who attempted to kill Kong-San's brother Kiu Kong-Ho. ( Source)
1. Answer Me 1988 (November 8)
Centered around the excitement of the 1988 Seoul Olympics, a group of teenagers witness South Korea come of age as it is catapulted into the international spotlight. Set to a soundtrack of pop hits that define the time—including Cho Young Pil and Lee Moon Se—this hopeful group of teenagers quickly discover a whole new world outside of their humble neighborhood alleyway.
2. BIGBANG MADE 2015 Concert (November 11)
Exclusive to DramaFever, the BIGBANG 'MADE' World Tour concert is here! Featuring songs from their newest album ('Bang Bang Bang', 'Loser', 'Zutter', and more) as well as classics (who can forget 'Fantastic Baby'?), BIGBANG makes a huge splash stateside with shows in California, Las Vegas, and New Jersey. This episode covers their final show in New Jersey, where we follow the boys on a journey through their dreams and desires after a hard night of partying. Because BIGBANG wouldn't party any other way. Available only in North America
A team of agents in the British security intelligence service work to protect the U.K. from terrorists and other threats to national security. A repackaged version of the BBC series "Spooks," "MI-5" follows a counterterrorism unit based in the highly secure suite of offices called The Grid, where Harry Pearce oversees the team and deals with the often dirty politics of the spy game.
4. Castaway on the Moon (Movie) (November 13)
A failed suicide attempt lands Kim Seung Keun (Jung Jae Young) on his own private island so close, yet so far from civilization. Seung Keun begins to adapt to his life there until social hermit Kim Jung Yeon (Jung Ryeo Won) takes notice of him from her high-rise building. As she continues to watch him, Jung Yeon becomes intrigued by Seung Keun.
Which new shows did you watch this week? Which new shows are you excited for next week? Comment below!