The ending of the April will bring us three new K-dramas. We will have the pleasure to see Ji Sung again in a comedy drama (his last K-drama was “Kill me, Heal me”). I am sure that it will be a great show as always. “The Entertainer” directed by Hong Sung-Chang, is about a CEO of a small company who tries to develop a new band. He will have to try all his best to recruiting new talents and make a unique group. We will also see playing Hyeri (member of K-pop group “Girl’s Day), Kang Min Hyuk (drummer in CNBLUE) and Chae Jung An (she played in Yong-Pal, Ex-Girlfriend Club, A New Leaf). This drama takes over the spot previously occupied by “Please come back, Mister” on SBS, Wednesdays & Thursdays at 22:00. The realise date is 20th of April.
On 27th of April will air the first episode of “Master: God of noodles” or “Master of Revenge” directed by Kim Jong Yeon. The drama takes over the spot of “Descendants of the Sun,” on Wednesdays & Thursdays, at 22.00, on KBS2. Based on a cartoon series “Kooksooui Sin” by Park In Kwon, the story of the drama is about a man who grew up in an orphanage and wants to became the God of Noodles. Jung Yoo Mi, Lee Sang Yeob, Kim Jae Young, Seo Yi Sook and Jo Hee Bong are part of the cast of “Master: God of noodles.”
The month will end with a new historical drama – “The flower in prison” directed by Lee Byung Hoon. It will air on 30th of April, on MBC, Saturdays & Sundays at 09:45 pm. The leading actress Jin Se Yun plays a girl who was born in prison and is part of an organisation who helps people with law problems. Ko Soo, Kim Mi Sook, Jeon Kwang Leol are some of the great cast members.
Photos “The Entertainer” directed by Hong Sung-Chang, “Master: God of noodles” directed by Kim Jong Yeon, “The flower in prison” directed by Lee Byung Hoon.