DramaFever’s release schedule has been heating up this winter with more currently airing titles being added each week. There’s something for everyone with action-packed Athena, romantic comedy Secret Garden, revenge-filled Flames of Desire, and crime-thriller Sign just added this week. Be ready to add Paradise Ranch to the list!
Revered actor Park Shin Yang (Lovers in Paris) returns to dramas as a brilliant forensic investigator in crime thriller SIGN. Kim Ah Joong, who shot to stardom in the film 200 Pounds Beauty, is his rookie love interest, while Eom Ji Won (The Woman Who Still Wants to Marry) and Jung Kyu Woon (Dr. Champ) round out a solid cast. The drama, with its unusual crime investigation storyline (paired with a little romance), hit the ground running with high ratings and has been called the Korean C.S.I.
This classic drama stars Kim Ha Neul (90 Days Falling in Love) and Go Soo (Will It Snow at Christmas?) in Piano, a tale of star-crossed love. Jo Jae Hyun (New Heart) and Jo In Sung (What Happened in Bali) also appear as supporting actors. Dark and compelling romance comes from the writer of hit 2010 drama Cinderella’s Sister.
Currently airing in Korea with great ratings and great reviews, SIGN is coming to DramaFever on Friday, January 14. January’s going to be hot on DF!
If you’re looking for high speed, high style, hard luck, and the quirky lusts and lunacies of post-Bubble Japan, Sabu’s your man. Japan Society will be hosting “RUN, SALARYMAN, RUN! A Retrospective of Sabu’s Film Works” from January 26-February 5 in New York City.
Talented actress Kim So Yeon (Prosecutor Princess) joins forces with charismatic veteran Uhm Tae Woong and rising star Jung Gyu Woon (Loving You a Thousand Times) in medical romance Doctor Champ. With beautiful cinematography and endearing characters, this genre-crossing drama will warm your heart.
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