Last week we saw a classic Taiwanese drama based on a fun manga, an intriguing Korean drama that is sure to make you hungry, and a hilarious sequel to a hit Korean movie. This week we'll add a historical vampire K-drama and a funny, yet touching, romantic film. Let's take a look!


1. Honey and Clover

Starring Joe Cheng and Janine Chang

Three roommates — An Zhu Ben (Lego Li), Den Zhen Shan (Joe Cheng) and Ren Sen Tian (Eddie Peng) — live decidedly uninspired lives for art students, until the talented muse Hua Ben Yu (Chiaki Ito) enters their lives. When a love triangle quickly develops among Zhu Ben, Ben Yu and Sen Tian, everyone is forced to reexamine their identities, desires and futures. Meanwhile, Zhen Shan relentlessly pursues a mysterious woman, while cooly dismissing the affections of He Ya Gong (Janine Chang).

2. Late Night Restaurant

Starring Kim Seung Woo

A mysterious restaurant open only from midnight until 7 am is run by a chef who only makes what his customers ask for.

3. Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island

Starring Kim Myung Min and Lee Yeon Hee

Following the events of the Secret of the Virtuous Widow, Kim Min (Kim Myung Min)—Joseon Dynasty's greatest detective—is hot on the trail of a money laundering conspiracy. Along with figuring out who's responsible for a bounty of conterfeit silver bullion, Detective K is also tasked with locating the missing sibling of a young girl. Could both these cases be connected? And just what is the secret of the lost island?


1. Scholar Who Walks the Night 

Starring Lee Joon Ki and Lee Yoo Bi

After her family falls from grace and into poverty, Jo Yang Sun (Lee Yoo Bi) disguises herself as a man who sells books in order to feed her family. She meets a scholar (Lee Joon Ki) one night and falls for him, but little does she know he's actually a vampire.

Due to licensing agreements, The Scholar Who Walks the Night will be released on DramaFever on a two-week delay. Thanks for your patience and understanding.

2. If You Are the One 2

Qin Fen (Ge You) may be middle-aged, but he's got it made as a wealthy retiree, and he's got a gorgeous girlfriend named Xiao Xiao (Shu Qi). Things are going great, up until Fen presides over a comical divorce ceremony for his friends, prompting a contemplative Xiao Xiao to question their undefined relationship. Secluded on a tropical villa, the couple enters a "trial marriage," in which they must reevaluate what they love — or don't love — about one another.

Which new dramas did you watch this week? Are you excited for next week's new additions? Comment below!