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Tag Archives: Song Joong Ki
April has arrived and with it comes more new kdramas! Let’s see what we have to look forward to in this April 2021 edition of “Korean Dramas You Need to Be Watching.”
After tons of new premieres in February, March slows down a bit, but just a little. We have several new dramas to choose from, and they are each quite different from each other.
Here’s another trailer for the new Korean drama Vincenzo starring Song Joong Ki (Arthdal Chronicles) and Jeon Yeo Bin (Melo is My Nature). It is packed with drama and thrills as
We are making our way through 2021, and February has a huge amount of new dramas coming our way! It may be the month of love, but action and thrills dominate the new
The upcoming Korean drama Vincenzo starring Song Joong Ki (Arthdal Chronicles) and Jeon Yeo Bin (Melo is My Nature) has released its first trailer. It has a serious and
Kwak Dong Yeon (Never Twice) has joined the cast of the new Korean drama Vincenzo. He will play the wealthy head of the Babel Group who has a violent nature. He joins Song
Song Joong Ki (Arthdal Chronicles) has accepted a starring role in the upcoming Korean Vincenzo. Vincenzo is about a lawyer who is a Mafia advisor that moves to Korea and
Taecyeon (The Game: Towards Zero) will be joining the new Korean drama Vincenzo. He will play an intern at a legal firm who gets into trouble because of mistakes he makes at his
Song Joong Ki (Arthdal Chronicles) is considering a starring role in the upcoming Korean drama Vincenzo. Vincenzo is about a lawyer who is a Mafia advisor that moves to Korea
I got in three dramas in October, and each of them were interesting in their own ways. It was the epic historical Arthdal Chronicles, the supernatural comedy thriller When the