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Reporter : Lee Gyu-lee
Fri, July 1, 2022 | 01:51
Netflix's 'The Sound of Magic' to explore meaning of becoming adult
Netflix's new Korean original series “The Sound of Magic” is set to hit the platform on Friday. The drama will look into what it means to become an adult. “We sometimes ask ourselves if we have matured or if we can call ourselves adults,” the series' director Kim Sung-youn, known for leading the 2020 hit series “Itaewon Class,” said during an online press conference, Tuesday.
Dating reality shows with various new themes on rise
Dating shows have been in high demand in the past couple of years with TV networks and streaming services making hits with shows like SBS Plus' “I'm Solo” and Netflix's “Single's Inferno.” With these shows in vogue, different formats of dating shows are on the rise to offer more variety to viewers.
Bae Jin-young to make big screen debut
Singer and actor Bae Jin-young, a member of the K-pop boy group, CIX, will be starring in “The Antique Shop,” a movie jointly produced by Thai and Singaporean filmmakers. It will be his debut on the big screen.
K-content storytelling needs to continue to evolve to target global audiences: industry
The growing popularity of Korean content around the world has proven that its power of storytelling appeals to a broader, global audience beyond Korea. For K-content to continue its momentum, people in the content industry said that storytelling needs to continue to develop in various genres as well as devise ways to make use of its intellectual property (IP) on various platf...
Star directors team up for short film series 'All Viewers+: Short Buster'
Eight famous directors have teamed up to present their short films under one theme with Tving's new original show, “All Viewers+: Short Buster,” set to hit the platform, Thursday. “This series is a collaboration of a film and a reality show that shows eight short films and follows the production process of each film,” the show's producer, Ahn Sung-han, said during a press con...
OTT originals, big-name stars to hit small screen in May
Streaming services, like Netflix and Disney+, are set to release their own original series this coming month, as well as gearing up to premiere series featuring big-name stars like So Ji-sub and Seo Yea-ji.
Entertainment agency to pick up SMTOWN concert tours in August
K-pop powerhouse SM Entertainment will be resuming the offline concert tour, SMTOWN LIVE, for the first time in about three years since 2019, starting in Japan. The agency, which houses big K-pop stars like BoA, EXO, and aespa, announced Tuesday that it will be holding “SMTOWN LIVE 2022: SMCU EXPRESS” from Aug. 27 to 28 at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo.
Star filmmaker Yeon Sang-ho to bring occult melodrama 'Monstrous' to small screen
Filmmaker Yeon Sang-ho, who is known for the hit apocalypse series “Train To Busan” (2016) and Netflix's dystopian fantasy series “Hellbound,” is set to offer up his new project as a creator and scriptwriter of the new occult, romance series “Monstrous.”
Rom-com series 'Shooting Star' to portray life of celebrity PR agent
Actress Lee Sung-kyung has made a comeback to the small screen for the first time in two years with the new tvN romantic comedy series “Shooting Star,” portraying the life of a celebrity PR agent.
'Extracurricular' star turns into badminton player in new series 'Love All Play'
Actress Park Ju-hyun, who became known to overseas audiences through Netflix's crime series, “Extracurricular,” has taken the role of a badminton player, Park Tae-yang, in KBS' new sports series, “Love All Play,” which premiered on Wednesday.
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