Manhunt (追捕) is an upcoming thriller movie that is directed by John Woo as a way to commemorate late Japanese actor Ken Takakura, who starred in the original in 1976, which was also based on Japanese novel Kimi yo Fundo no Kawa o Watare by Juko Nishimura. The new remake follows the same story setup with Zhang Han Yu as a prosecutor who is framed for robbery and multiple murders and on the run. He’s chased by Japanese actor Masaharu Fukuyama, who plays a detective. Female cast includes Qi Wei and Korean actress Ha Ji Won. Plenty of reasons to catch this one!
Another compilation and I would like to call it Part 3 to the busy weekend and probably the most exciting one for everyone! Things in motion! Trailers! Teasers! Previews! BTS! The Making! Some of these are revealed before the festival and some after. It’s crazy how many press conference took place this past weekend. Have a sneak peek/feel of your anticipated movies!
This post is two weeks overdue! A new kind of post that I’m experimenting with by inviting different bloggers to do a round table of a drama they are all familiar with/watching, and The Time I’ve Loved You, remake of Taiwanese hit drama In Time With You, seems like the best choice. For the first round table we have Keane and Hess from our own blog, Kat from Dramapot and misscupcakees from A Fairytale World. Join in the fun and let us know what you think. The plan is to have a round table at the mid-point of the drama and one for the finale.
The interns are on the move! Both So Eun and Seong Jae get closer to their bosses, and as a result, Won and Ha Na become one step closer to winning that $5,000. We also see more from the past, getting a peak at the leads’ hidden feelings for each other. I found this episode much more enjoyable than the first. And I’m starting to like this drama for what it is~
Hello drifters, please give Hess a warm welcome to our AVV family! – Kap
It’s here!! The Time I’ve Loved You has finally premiered. I’ve been anticipating this drama since news first came out that a Korean adaptation was in the works. That plus the fact that I’m a pretty huge fan of the Taiwanese version, and I’m pretty sure I’ve only built myself up for disappointment. This is my first time doing a drama recap, so please excuse any awkwardness as I find my way as I go.
SOOOOOO CUTEEEEEEE! This is Yeo Jin Goo (’97er) and Kim Yoo Jung (’99) four years ago in Iljimae. They’re definitely gonna be the Nation’s Couple in a few years. Add the young Lee Min Ho to the basket, and it’s another epic love triangle. One thing is for sure, prepare to get your heart broken folks. 😀
I haven’t done this feature in a while so here are some interviews in the past month!