A new deal between JTBC and Netflix has been signed which will enable Netflix to simulcast the latest episodes of Man x Man at the same time as it is shown on the Korean network. Hallyu is still developing across the world and this news could mean a big leap forward into countries that struggle to access Korean culture. Netflix themselves have said that the deal “defines how the internet enables Netflix to put the focus on the consumer to bring a show from Korea to over 93 million subscribers across 190 countries in over 20 languages.”
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Park Hae Jin Spy Drama "Man To Man" To Be Aired By Netflix To 100 Million Subscribers With 20 Subtitles
JTBC's new spy drama "Man to Man" may be pressured by the positive performance of its predecessor "Strong Woman Do Bong Soon" in terms of ratings. But it has the very rare opportunity to penetrate a global market as it becomes the first Korean drama be broadcast simultaneously by the streaming giant Netflix.
According to a report by Variety, Netflix has acquired exclusive rights to broadcast the Korean spy drama topbilled by "Cheese in the Trap" star Park Hae Jin and "East of Eden" actor Park Sung Woong who will play a secret agent and a popular actor. "Man to Man" will revolve around Hae Jin's character Kim Sul Woo as he goes undercover to work as a bodyguard to Sung Woong's character Yeo Woon Gwang who sees him as an unnecessary inconvenience.
Added episode 1 for the Korean drama "My Secret Romance"
Directed by Kang Cheol-woo
Written by Kim Ha-na-I, Kim Yeong-woon
With Sung Hoon, Song Ji-eun, Kim Jae-young, Jeong Da-sol, Kim Jong-goo, Park Sin-woon,...
13 episodes - Mon, Tue 21:00
A romantic comedy about Sung Hoon, and Song Ji-eun who has been single all her life.
Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2017/04/17
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Dong-joon's newfound confidence and rediscovered sense of justice make him determined to take down Jeong-il and set things right for Yeong-joo and her family. The several antagonists of "Whisper" are starting to feel the pressure of their power games and cracks have begun to form in their mighty facade. Everyone has reasons to fight which are important to them and this means that backing down indefinitely is not something they are willing to do.
I am not sure when Dong-joon (Lee Sang-yoon) went from backstabbing villain to a fighter for justice and moral standards, but this is a thing that is happening right now and so our lead is busier than usual. At the same time, Dong-joon is being way too cocky with even his own allies, willing and blackmailed, which is already starting to backfire. This does create tension, however, so it is a welcome flaw of his approach to things.
Added new images for the upcoming Korean drama "Suspicious Partner" (2017)
Directed by Park Seon-ho-I
Written by Kwon Ki-yeong
With Ji Chang-wook, Nam Ji-hyeon, Choi Tae-joon, Nara, Lee Duk-hwa, Nam Gi-ae,...
Formerly known as "Watch out for this Woman" ( , i yeo-ja-leul jo-sim-ha-se-yo)
"Watch Out For This Woman" will be a romantic comedy in a judicial setting with a killer thrown into the mix. A Taekwondo practitioner turned judicial trainee turned murder suspect.