Step into the world of everyday woes, as "Laughter in Waikiki 2" brings us the shenanigans of youth this week, followed by the cesspool that is economic corruption in "The Banker". It's a social-heavy week, but we'll need the training for the avalanche of social commentary dramas headed our way in the near future.
Hearty Slice of Life
"Laughter in Waikiki 2" will be with us on Monday, and it has been releasing a ton of goodies, including a trailer and stills. "The Banker" takes a bite out of another aspect of life, tackling the twisted world of banks and their corruption. The series has new posters, stills of its main fighter duo, and a new teaser. If you are watching both, you can tackle "The Banker" and then de-stress with "Laughter in Waikiki 2". The week is looking out for you.
Upcoming Drama Goodies
"Her Private Life" is gearing up its promotions, including the release of character teasers and an adorable poster. "Special Labor Inspector, Mr. Jo" has its third teaser, and more, while "My Fellow Citizens" has released a trailer and posters. "Beautiful World" drops character stills, along with a heartbreaking teaser. "Voice 3" takes its first dip, and the week comes with some script reading news. "Angel's Last Mission: Love" has stills from its own, as does "Abyss", while the cast of "Save Me 2" is here to end me. Among several pieces of casting news, "Doctor Detective" has chosen its main trio.
"Possessed" is keeping me invested, and some hard catching up is being done with "Spring Turns to Spring", while "The Item" is tapping its fingers on the table, waiting. I'll get to you soon, series. You know I love you, right?
Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'
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