More Korean drama goodness is coming your way courtesy of streaming site Viu. From thrillers, romance, to musical romps, here’s what’s premiering in the coming weeks.
Premieres: March 4, 2021
Cast: Lee Seung Gi, Lee Hee Jun, Park Joo Hyun, Kyung Soo Jin, PO (Block B)
“Would you give birth to the child knowing they will be a psychopath?”
Technology has advanced to the point that psychopaths can be detected using a DNA test on a fetus inside a mother’s womb.
Lee Seung-Gi (My Girlfriend is a Gumiho, A Korean Odyssey) plays rookie cop Jung Ba-Reum who is an idealistic seeker of justice. When he must deal with a murderous psychopath who is wreaking havoc on the country, his life is changed forever.
Premieres: February 27, 2021
Cast: Park Hye-Soo, Jaehyun (NCT), Roh Jeong Eui, Bae Hyun Sung, Lee Jin Hyuk (UP10TION)
Ma Joo-Ah (Park Hye-Soo) is a second year business administration student at Seoyeon University. An NBSB (No Boyfriend Since Birth), Joo Ah is not interested in romance. Well that’s what is seems at least.
Her childhood friend Cha Min-Ho (Jaehyun in his acting debut) is a computer science student at the same school. He’s been friends with Joo-Ah for 12 years.
An anonymous post by someone only known as M on the university’s community board causes a commotion with many trying to figure out the identity of M.
Real Great Estate
Premieres: March 25, 2021
Cast: Jang Na-Ra, Jung Yong Hwa (CN Blue), Kang Hong Seok, Kang Mal Geum
Jang Na-Ra (Go Back Couple) plays Hong Ji Ah, the owner of a real estate agency with an unusual talent. She has the ability to see and exorcise ghosts, a skill she uses to buy haunted places, dispose of the ghosts, and flip the properties for a profit
She meets Oh In Bum, a swindler who doesn’t believe in ghosts, but uses them to scam people. They form an unusual partnership to uncover a secret surrounding the death of Hong Ji-Ah’s mother 20 years ago.
Premieres: March 31, 2021
Cast: Jeong-shin (CNBlue), Shin Won-ho (Crosszine), Kwon Hyun-bin (JBJ), Kang Mi-na (IOI, GuGuDan), Lim Na Young (IOI, Pristeen)
Think Korean version of Coyote Ugly with idol singers in a musical romantic comedy. Four guys get together to revive an old bar at the beach.