[Monthly Newsletter] September 2023 : SLL's Latest Dramas & Movies to Look out for


September 2023 :

SLL's Latest Dramas & Movies to Look out for 🎥

Netflix series "A Time Called You" releases main poster and trailer


  The main poster and main trailer for the Netflix Series "A Time Called You," starring Ahn Hyo-seop, Jeon Yeo-been, and Kang Hoon, have been released. The drama, a remake of the Taiwanese series "Someday or One Day," is a mystery romance that follows Jun-hee, who misses her boyfriend Yeon-jun, who passed away a year ago, when she plays a mysterious cassette and travels back in time to 1998, where she wakes up as a girl named Min-ju and meets Si-heon who looks exactly like her late boyfriend and his friend In-gyu.

  "A Time Called You" combines various genres such as time travel, mystery, and romance. The drama, which goes back and forth between 2023 and 1998, is deeply immersive due to the actors who portray deepening emotions through time travel. "A Time Called You" will be released globally on Netflix on September 8.



Trailer Source: Netflix K-Content

Director: Kim Jin-won

Script: Choi Hyo-bi

Cast: Ahn Hyo-seop, Jeon Yeo-been, Kang Hoon

Provider: Netflix


"Cobweb" Gets a Release Date

  “Cobweb” has been confirmed for release on September 27. Set in the 1970s, the film follows director Kim, who believes that changing the ending of his finished movie "Cobweb" will make it a masterpiece, as he faces censorship and actors and producers who don't understand the changes.

  The film, a genre hybrid that combines melodrama, horror, disaster, and grotesque, received early acclaim when it was invited to the out of competition section of the 76th Cannes International Film Festival. It sought to express the 1970s through music and costumes, and was praised for capturing the era well. The film's strong performances by Song Kang-ho, Lim Soo-jung, Oh Jung-se, and Jeon Yeo-been are sure to raise expectations for its release.



Director: Kim Jee-woon

Script: Shin Yeon-shick

Cast: Song Kang-ho, Lim Soo-jung, Oh Jung-se, Jeon Yeo-been, Krystal Jung

Distributor: Barunson E&A


The long-running movie "Concrete Utopia" and the overwhelmingly favorable reviews that followed


  "Concrete Utopia" continues its long-running at the box office in its fourth week of release. The film, which follows survivors as they gather in the only remaining place, the Imperial Palace Apartment, in a devastated Seoul, has gone viral for its strong narrative, performances by Lee Byung-hun, Park Bo-young, and Park Seo-jun, and thought-provoking themes, making it the third Korean film this year to surpass 3 million viewers.

  Not only that, but “Concrete Utopia” has received good comments from all generations, from teenagers to people in their 50s. The movie's realism, which makes audiences think about what they would do if the disaster unfolded in real life, is unlikely to diminish in popularity anytime soon.



Director: Uhm Tae-hwa

Script: Lee Sin-ji, Uhm Tae-hwa

Cast: Lee Byung-hun, Park Seo-jun, Park Bo-young



Inspirational true story movie "Road to Boston" is about to hit theaters


  The main poster and main trailer for "Road to Boston," a movie that depicts the story of South Korea's first national marathoners, have been out. The film captures the challenges and heartwarming journey of the marathoners as they attempted to compete in an international race in 1947 for the first time since Korea's liberation.

  Telling the true story of Korean marathon legend Son Ki-chung and another unsung hero, Seo Yun-bok, the movie builds suspense with a poster that shows Seo Yun-bok running with all his might and Son Ki-chung's nervous expression as he watches his protégée in the crowd. “Road to Boston,” starring Yim Siwan and Ha Jung-woo as Seo Yun-bok and Son Ki-chung, respectively, will be released on September 27.



Director: Kang Je-gyu

Script: Kang Je-gyu

Cast: Ha Jung-woo, Yim Siwan



"Behind Your Touch" continues to win over viewers with its hip appeal


  "Behind Your Touch" continues to grow in popularity, breaking its own ratings record. The drama is about a veterinarian Bong Ye-bun (played by Han Ji-min) who has psychometric superpowers and a passionate detective Moon Jang-yeol (played by Lee Min-ki) who team up to solve crimes in the small town of Mujin, and it crosses the genres of comedy and thriller to deliver both warmth and suspense.

  The drama captivates viewers with its three-dimensional characters' tiki-taka and quirky relationships, as well as the mystery of the serial murders. The drama develops through a variety of characters, including Bong Ye-bun, who displays ‘good psychic powers,’ Moon Jang-yeol, who enthusiastically tackles cases, and Kim Sun-woo (played by Suho), a mysterious part-time worker who appears friendly and intelligent but turns cold at a moment's notice.



Director: Kim Sok-yun

Script: Lee Nam-kyu

Cast: Han Ji-min, Lee Min-ki, Ju Min-kyung, Suho

Provider: JTBC, Netflix, TVING


“Destined with You“ became a ‘destined-to-watch’ drama


  A fantasy romance drama that cleverly explores the mysterious themes of 'spells' and 'past lives' with realistic characters ‘Destined with You' is irresistibly drawing viewers in.

  The series follows Jang Shin-yu (played by Ro Woon) as he becomes entangled with Lee Hong-jo (played by Cho Bo Ah), the owner of a wooden chest that can lift his curse, and adds to the drama's intrigue by showing the intertwined destinies of the four men and women continued from their past lives, including Lee Hong-jo's crush Kwon Jae-kyung (played by Ha Jun) and Jang Shin-yu's lover Yoon Na-yeon (played by Yura). In addition, Hong Jo's survival story at her workplace, Onju City Hall, evokes a sense of realism and resonates with viewers.



Director: Nam Ki-hoon

Script: Roh Ji-sul

Cast: Ro Woon, Cho Bo Ah, Ha Jun, Yura

Provider: JTBC, Netflix, TVING

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