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  1. Melancholia 멜랑꼴리아 ❀ Profile ❀ Drama: Melancholia Hangul: 멜랑꼴리아 Director: Kim Sang-Hyub (True Beauty) Writer: Kim Ji Woon (Doctor John) Network: tvN Episodes: 16 Release Date: Nov 2021 Runtime: TBA Language: Korean Country: South Korea ❀Synopsis ❀ A romantic teacher who addicted to math and proofs met a closeted genius who is disappeared after remarkable past at the age of 12 gets entangled in curruption cases. (Source: MyDramaList) ❀ Official teaser & trailer : TBA ❀ Official Posters : TBA
  2. tvN Drama Sweet Home Network: Netflix Episodes: 10 Genre: Suspense, Thriller, Mystery, Psychological Airdate: December 18th, 2020 Directors: Lee Eung Bok Based on webtoon: Sweet Home Story: The story of a high school student who becomes traumatized after being bullied in school and never leaves his room. He loses his family and moves to a new apartment, and strange and mysterious things begin to happen to him. A story of growth that follows the lead character as he tries to save people who have changed into monsters because of gr
  3. Just started 18 Again! I’m on episode 2. I’ve watched the American (movie) version a few years back because of Zac Efron. I just love how this drama emphasizes that giving up your dreams to raise a family (early) is always a sacrifice but to have that “last chance” to achieve your dreams for yourself will heal you. These reviews helped me to continue watching: Reasons To Watch 18 Again Reviews from mydramalist Premiere reviews
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