This week we had a fun K-drama reuniting two popular actors, a mysterious classic BBC drama, a concert from one of our favorite K-pop boy bands, a delightful new Korean romantic comedy movie, and a documentary about one of K-pop's hottest rising groups ! Next week we have an adorable new high school K-drama, a stunning new Korean historical drama, a new coming-of-age K-drama, and another great K-pop concert! Let's take a look!


1. She Was Pretty

Starring Park Seo Joon and Hwang Jung Eum

Following the collapse of her family’s publishing business, Kim Hye Jin (Jung Da Bin) lost everything, including her beauty, while her old acquaintance Ji Sung Joon (Yang Han Yeol) transformed from an unattractive geek into a handsome fashion editor. When the former rich girl (Hwang Jung Eum) and late bloomer (Park Seo Joon) are reunited at a fashion powerhouse, their reversed fortunes quickly become more drama than the publication can handle.


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2. Bleak House

Gillian Anderson and Denis Lawson head a star-studded cast as writer Andrew Davies turns his talents to one of Charles Dickens' most brilliant novels. At its heart is the story of the beautiful Lady Dedlock, who nurses a dark secret, and the merciless lawyer Tulkinghorn, who seeks to uncover it.


3. BIGBANG: 'The R.E.A.L.' 2006 Concert

Starring BIGBANG

The newly-formed 5-member group with T.O.P., Daesung, Taeyang, G-Dragon, and Seungri perform live onstage for the very first time in Seoul in December 2006. Featuring guest singers Park Bom and Jinusean, the group performs their hit songs, and also cover classic late 90's pop group S.E.S! This fun-filled concert includes interviews with their crew, a behind-the-scenes look into their tour, and skits that would surely delight fans worldwide.


4. Love Forecast

Starring Lee Seung Gi and Moon Chae Won

A man stuck in the friend zone watches helplessly as witnesses his long-time crush fall for a married man.

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5. GROW: Infinite's Real Youth Life

Starring Kim Myung Soo (L) and Lee Ho Won (Hoya) 4 years after their debut, Infinite is on top of the world. At the height of their success, this documentary tracks the beloved boy band on a world tour across 11 countries and 17 major cities -- revealing new and surprising insight into their hopes, dreams, fears, and feelings. It's been a long road to success, but these ambitious idols are looking for infinitely more.

This is film is part of The Power of Three Contest. Enter for a chance to Win a Trip to Korea! Visit for more information.


1. Cheer Up

Starring Jung Eun Ji and Lee Won Geun

Set against the backdrop of an incredibly competitive high school, a group of students find solace in cheerleading club. Along with the social and romantic trials of adolescence, this unlikely group of cheerleaders smile in the face of unreasonable academic expectations.

2. Six Flying Dragons

Starring Yoo Ah In and Shin Se Kyung

Though King Taejo is historically credited for establishing the Joseon Dynasty, his son Lee Bang Won (Yoo Ah In) was instrumental to his success. As the fledgling nation hangs in the balance, Bang Won — who later ascends the throne as the third king of the Joseon Dynasty — struggles to strike a critical balance between two warring factions.

3.  Because It's the First Time

Starring Choi Min Ho and Park So Dam

Yoon Tae Oh (Choi Min Ho) is a free-spirited college freshman who hosts his rooftop as a hideout of sorts for his five friends. Amongst this diverse group is his childhood friend, Han Song Yi (Park So Dam). As Tae Oh starts to fall for Song Yi, another friend, Seo Ji An (Kim Min Jae) starts to develop feelings for Song Yi as well. Will this love triangle be the downfall of an otherwise perfect group?

4. BIGBANG Global Warning Tour

Starring BIGBANG

BIGBANG's first international concert tour has the 5-member group traveling throughout South Korea, Thailand, and Japan in 2008.

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