New Asian Dramas and Movies on Netflix–May 7, 2018
Only one new drama, a talk show, a variety show, and two action flicks this time around. Not much, but enjoy the latest Asian dramas, movies, and televisions shows now available on Netflix.
Masaharu Fukuyama, Zhang Han Yu, and Qi Wei star in the action-packed ManHunt in which a Chinese pharmaceutical lawyer framed for a crime teams up with a sharp-witted Japanese detective to clear his name and stop a dangerous corporate plot. Want a supernatural action flick/comedy? Ryu Seung Ryong stars as a many who suddenly possesses supernatural powers and goes to help his estranged daughter [Shim Eun Kyung] who is on the verse of losing everything in PSYCHOKINESIS.
Interested in a recently aired Japanese drama? Kakegurui, based on a manga of the same name written by Kawamoto Homura and illustrated by Naomura Toru, stars Hamabe Minami, Takasugi Mahiro, and Morikawa Aoi. The anime I think is also streaming on Netflix. The drama revolves around Yemeko Jabami [Hamabe Minami] who transfers to the elite Hyakkaou Private Academy where children from influential families in politics and business attend. The hierarchy there is dependent on a series of games (gambling) in which the winners come out on top and the losers become slaves.
Interested in Korean variety shows? Netflix adds new episodes of series BUSTED every Friday. Yoo Jae Suk, Ahn Jae Wook, Kim Jong Min, Lee Gwang Soo, Park Min Young, Sehun, and Kim Se Jeong join forces to tackle various mysteries leading to uncovering the ultimate mystery…what happened to Project D? How about a Japanese talk show in which psychic Ehara Hiroyuki leads celebrities through spiritual consultations? Interested? Check out Spiritual House.