New and Coming Soon to DramaFever September 28 to October 4
This week we got ready for BIBGANG's world tour with another amazing documentary, we were treated to a cute Korean romantic comedy based on a popular webtoon, and we saw a thrilling Chinese family saga and an emotional Korean melodrama. Next week we have a fun K-drama reuniting two popular actors, a mysterious classic BBC drama, and more of one of our favorite K-pop boy bands! Let's take a look!
Starring Big Bang
MTV presents the exclusive world premiere of Big Bang's concert tour documentary, featuring a behind-the-scenes, all-access look at one of Asia's hottest musical acts. As Big Bang travels 89,000 miles to perform 48 shows across 24 cities in 12 countries and 4 continents, this documentary brings to life the spectacle that stunned 800,000 fans worldwide, in what is sure to be the most intimate portrait of the group yet.
Lee Kang Hoon (Sung Hoon) may be the head of one of the world’s largest companies, but he’s still got a thing or two to learn about people. After his narrow escape from a kidnapping scheme, Kang Hoon gets a crash course in compassion when he finds safe harbor with a sweet veterinarian named Yoon Seo (Kim Jae Kyung). But is the cold CEO capable of recognizing what true warmth and kindness is?
After his father’s death, Hoi Sing “Hanson” (Raymond Lam) inherits the family business, which is coveted by his greedy uncle Hoi Leung “Albert” (Damian Lau). Driven by the lure of untold riches, Albert plants a spy — Fong Lai King (Zhao Ziqi) — in the factory to sabotage operations, despite his wife and daughter’s plea for family unity. Realizing he can’t fight Albert alone, Hanson enlists the help of his best friend Chung Lam Tau “Linus” (Bosco Wong) — naively believing he can still trust anyone.
27-year-old Kim Soo Jin (Son Ye Jin) buys a can of soda, but inexplicably leaves it behind and accuses a stranger named Choi Chul Soo (Jung Woo Sung) of stealing her purchase. When Soo Jin and Chul Soo run into each other again, they discover a mutual attraction for one another, which eventually leads to a happy marriage. But when Soo Jin becomes increasingly forgetful, the couple discovers that what was once considered their quirky meet-cute turns out to be an early sign of Alzeimher’s disease.
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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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.
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.
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