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Korean Dramas Starting Today 2021/12/20

Korean dramas starting today 2021/12/20: 

1. “Moonshine” and 

2. “The One and Only”

#1 Moonshine (2021)

Title: Moonshine (English title) / When Flowers Bloom, I Think of the Moon (literal tilte)

Revised romanization: Kkot Pimyeon Dal Saenggakhago

Hangul: 꽃 피면 달 생각하고

Directed by: Hwang In-hyeok

Written by: Kim Ah-rok

Network: KBS

Episodes: 16

Release Date: December 20, 2021 --

Runtime: Monday & Tuesday 21:30

Language: Korean

Country: South Korea

Cast: Yoo Seung-ho, Hyeri, Byeon Woo-seok, Kang Mina, Choi Won-young, Jang Gwang

Synopsis
"Moonshine" is about human love against the backdrop of the most powerful alcohol prohibition period in the Joseon. The private prosecutor who comes to Seoul to raise the family, a poor man and his wife who start to make drinks to pay off their debts, and the prince who keeps going over the wall to drink; the drama is about three people who can end each other's lives fatefully encountering in front of a secret liquor warehouse.

Notes

"When Flowers Bloom, I Think of the Moon" takes over KBS2's Monday & Tuesday 21:30 time slot previously occupied by "The King's Affection."

The first script reading took place shortly before filming began in early May, 2021.

#2 The One and Only (2021)

Title: The One and Only (English title) / Only One Person (literal tilte)

Revised romanization: Han Saramman

Hangul: 한 사람만

Directed by: Oh Hyeon-jong

Written by: Moon Jung-min

Network: jTBC

Episodes: 16

Release Date: December 20, 2021 --

Runtime: Monday & Tuesday 23:00

Language: Korean

Country: South Korea

Cast: Ahn Eun-jin, Kim Kyung-nam, Kang Ye-won, Joy, Go Doo-shim, Jang Hyun-sung

Synopsis
A Korean hospice version of "Orange is the New Black" that depicts a heart-wrenching and sometimes funny romance in a hospice ward. A human melodrama in which a woman who is terminally ill and a man whose life is in the gutters are entangled in a murder case and become someone precious in each other's life.

Notes

"The One and Only" takes over JTBC's Mon. & Tue. 23:00 time slot previously occupied by "Idol: The Coup."

Park Sung-Hoon was first cast to play lead male character Jo Shi-Young, but he had to drop out prior to filming due to scheduling issues.

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