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As far as TV rating or critical acclaim is concerned, Kim Sun-ah’s last three projects () as they look into the different cases involving human rights violations. Instead, the drama focuses on common day-to-day situations where the victims are most vulnerable to abuse.Social justice dramas are common in K-dramaland, but one centering on human rights investigators from the Korean Human Rights Commission is hard to come by.of primetime drama premieres so far this year to at least 69.The first half of September will welcome only two series—a “Netflix Original” and a fantasy romance from which I’m getting In a departure from the norm, the last six episodes (part 3) of Arthdal Chronicles—which premiered on June 1—will be broadcast two months after episode 12.) stars as the titular Jeon Nokdu, a young man who despises marriage and wants to avoid it at all cost.When he sneaks into a widows’ village and disguises himself as a woman to hide there, he meets a hot-tempered trainee gisaeng (Kim So-hyun, ABOUT US: A site dedicated to Korean TV series, Kdramapal publishes up-to-date and relevant content about Korean dramas including casting news, drama rankings, roundups (recaps), synopses and general info, and TV ratings.He goes as far as to hire incompetent people who are unlikely to be hired by anyone else but his actions end up bringing more customers to Pegasus.
Dedicated fans of both Lee Seung-gi and Suzy are particularly excited about the drama’s premiere since the two already starred together in the 2013 fantasy series ) plays a character who wants the mart to go bankrupt after he loses his board director position in Pegasus’ parent company and is demoted to manage the mart.It’s interesting to note that although KBS2’s serial dramas are not as popular as the miniseries among international K-drama fans, they pull in very high ratings (around 30 percent) for the network.