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News bites: June 12, 2024

News bites: June 12, 2024

Shin Hye-sun, Lee Jin-wook, Kang Hoon

  • ENA announced that the romance To My Hae-ri has been slotted on the schedule for later this year, making me hopeful for a thoughtful story with scripts penned by Han Ga-ram (I’ll Find You on a Beautiful Day) and PD Jung Ji-hyun (Lies Hidden in My Garden, Twenty Five Twenty One) at the helm. Plus points for the cast as well, with Shin Hye-sun (Welcome to Samdal-ri), Lee Jin-wook (Sweet Home 2), and Kang Hoon (A Time Called You) headlining the series. [MBC, SBS]
  • Over on tvN, the coming-of-age rom-com Is It a Coincidence has reportedly been lined up to premiere in July, following Player 2 – Master of Swindlers in the Monday-Tuesday slot. The webtoon adaptation stars Kim So-hyun (My Lovely Liar) and Chae Jong-hyeop (Castaway Diva, Eye Love You), with production led by PD Song Hyun-wook (The Midnight Studio, The King’s Affection) and writer Park Geu-ro. [Star News]
  • The first poster has dropped for SBS’s upcoming Good Partner, with our attorney leads Jang Nara (My Happy Ending) and Nam Ji-hyun (High Cookie) on the case. Along with fellow lawyers Kim Joon-han (Anna) and Pyo Ji-hoon (Mouse), the legal drama will be airing weekends starting on July 12 next month. [SBS]

  • MBC released an animated first teaser for I Don’t Like Donkatsu, where our hero Jung Sang-hoon (Twinkling Watermelon) and neighborhood dog Casanova are about to face a similar fate. The two-episode comedy is slated to premiere on July 5, with PD Kim Young-jae and writer Noh Ye-ri leading production. [MBC]
  • tvN has a new teaser for us as well, with the stern Shin Ha-kyun (Evilive) taking charge of The Auditors, while our bushy-eyed puppy Lee Jung-ha (Moving) flails to keep up. Coming to our screens on July 6, the office comedy also stars Jin Gu (Shadow Detective) and Jo Ah-ram (Doctor Cha). [Newsen]
  • The busy July will also bring Netflix’s Sweet Home 3 on July 19, with leads Song Kang (My Demon), Lee Jin-wook (Sweet Home 2), and Lee Shi-young (Grid) reprising their roles – among others in the larger cast. Picking up from where we left off in the action-horror’s second season, production remains in the hands of PD Lee Eung-bok (Jirisan, Mr. Sunshine) and PD Park So-hyun, along with writers Hong So-ri and Park So-jung. [News1]


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