New Show Alert (River Where the Moon Rises, Dear M, Penthouse 2, and more!)

New Show Alert (River Where the Moon Rises, Dear M, Penthouse 2, and more!)

River Where the Moon Rises

  • Genre: Historical, Romance, Political
  • Release Date: Feb 15, 2021
  • Featuring: Kim So-Hyun (Tale of Nokdu), Kim Ji-Soo (When I Was the Most Beautiful)
  • PD: Yoon Sang-Ho

Adapted from a folktale recorded in ‘The History of the Three Kingdoms’, ‘River Where the Moon Rises’ is a period romance drama starring Kim So-Hyun and Ji Soo in their reunion drama after mini series, Page Turner.

Born as a princess but raised as a soldier, and armed with her intellect and confidence, Pyeonggang has lofty dreams of becoming Goguryeo’s first queen. She meets pure and straightforward On Dal on a trip with the Empress to visit his father, General On Hyeop (Kang Ha-Neul). A rocky turn of events lead the two to journey together, with the faithful On Dal unconditionally supporting Pyeonggang.

Dear M

  • Genre: Youth, Friendship, Romance, Life
  • Release Date: Feb 27, 2021
  • Featuring: Park Hye-Soo (My Shy Boss), Jeong Jae-Hyun (NCT), Roh Jeong-Eui (18 Again), Bae Hyun-Sang
  • PD: Park Jin-Woo, Seo Joo-Wan

Seoyeon University houses various types of students. Business Administration major Ma Joo-Ah (Park Hye-Soo) and Computer Science Major Cha Min-Ho (Jaehyun), who are also longtime friends. Economics major Seo Ji-Min (Roh Jeong-Eui), who is part of the cheering squad. And Park Ha Neul (Bae Hyun-Sang), one of their school’s ambassadors. Their university life was going well, until a certain mysterious person using the pseudonym “M” disrupted their routine.

Penthouse 2

  • Genre: Thriller, Mystery, Drama
  • Release Date: Feb 20, 2021
  • Featuring: Lee Ji-Ah, Kim So-Yeon
  • PD: Joo Dong-Min, Park Bo-Ram

The unanswered questions from Penthouse season one will finally be revealed in the second season. What happened to Shim Su-Ryeon? Who is coming after Cheon Seo-Jin? Is Oh Yoon-Hee really the criminal? There’s a new chapter unfolding at the Hera Palace, who will reign in season two?

Love Scene Number

  • Genre: Romance
  • Release Date: Feb 2, 2021
  • Featuring: Kim Bo-Ra (Sky Castle), Shim Eun-Woo (World of Married Couple), Ryu Hwa-Young, Park Jin-Hee
  • PD: Kim Hyeong-Min

Nam Doo Ah (Kim Bo-Ra), 23. Lee Haram (Shim Eun-Woo), 29. Yoon Ban-Ya (Ryu Hwa-Young), 35. Jung Chung Kyung (Park Jin-Hee), 42. Love Scene number will showcase the dating styles of four women representing different turning points in life. Is age really just a number when it comes to love and life?

Watch Episode 1 here!

 

LUCA: The Beginning

  • Genre: Thriller, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Supernatural
  • Release Date: Feb 2, 2021
  • Featuring: Kim Rae-Won (Doctors), Lee Da-Hee (The Beauty Inside)
  • PD: Kim Hong-Sun (The Guest, Black, Voice)

An experiment gone wrong? Taken from the point of view of an amnesiac Zi Oh (Kim Rae-Won) with incredible special powers, the audience uncovers the mysteries behind his origins and why bigger forces are out to catch him. He is joined by police detective Gu Reum (Lee Da-Hee) whose parents’ disappearance may also be intertwined within his foggy history. A show with incredible cinematography and visual flare, and a mystery that would keep audiences on their toes.

Watch Episode 1 here!

 

Times

  • Genre: Thriller, Crime, Politics, Fantasy
  • Release Date: Feb 21, 2021
  • Featuring: Lee Seo-Jin (Marriage Contract, Three Meals a Day), Lee Joo-Young (Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo)
  • PD: Yoon Jong-Ho

A phone call can change their life forever. With a mystery that spans from 2015, reporters Lee Jin-Woo (Lee Seo-Jin) and Seo Jung-In (Lee Joo-Young) are brought together by destiny to prevent the death of South Korea’s President and Jung-In’s father Seo Ki-Tae (Kim Young-Chul). In a race against time, fans of the recently concluded Kairos would love this political time-travel mystery.

Mouse

  • Genre: Action, Suspense, Thriller, Mystery
  • Release Date: March 4, 2021
  • Featuring: Lee Seung Gi (All the Butlers), Lee Hee Joon (Legend of the Blue Sea)
  • PD: Choi Joon-Bae

In Lee Seung Gi’s drama comeback after doing mostly variety shows, he plays Jung Ba-Reum, a rookie police officer faced with a serial murder case that left the entire nation in fear. Though initially very passionate in serving justice, his life is changed forever after a near-death encounter with the psychopath. A drama big on suspense, Jung Ba-Reum and his partner Go Moo-Chi (Lee Hee-Joon) try to explore what could be behind such behavior and how cases like that could later be prevented.

Which of these shows are you planning to watch first? Let us know in the comments below!

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