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Live (Korean Drama)
 


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Drama: Live
Revised romanization: Raibeu
Hangul: 라이브
Director: Kim Kyu-Tae
Writer: No Hee-Kyung
Network: tvN
Episodes:
Release Date: March, 2018 --
Runtime: Sat. & Sun. 21:00
Language: Korean
Country: South Korea
Plot
Drama series contains the joy and sorrows of police officers at a precinct office. They try to uphold values in everyday life and maintain justice.

Notes
"Live" takes over the tvN Sat. & Sun. 21:00 time slot previously occupied by "A Korean Odyssey."
Director Kim Kyu-Tae and screenwriter No Hee-Kyung have worked together in drama series "Worlds Within......," "Padam Padam... The Sound of His and Her Heartbeats," "That Winter, The Wind Blows" and "It's Ok, This is Love."
First script reading took place November 16, 2017 at Studio Dragon in Sangamdong, Seoul, South Korea.
Cast
Jung Yu-Mi - Han Jung-O
Lee Kwang-Soo - Yeom Sang-Soo
Bae Sung-Woo - Oh Yang-Chon
Bae Jong-Ok - An Jang-Mi
Lee Soon-Jae - Yang-Chon's father
Shin Dong-Wook - Choi Myung-Ho
Lee Si-Un - Kang Nam-Il
Jang Hyun-Sung


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Re: [Upcoming TBA-2018] Live
« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2017, 07:26:15 am »

Lee Kwang-Soo offered lead male role in drama series “Live”
 
Lee Kwang-Soo has been offered the lead male role in upcoming drama series “Live.” Actress Jung Yu-Mi has already received an offer to play the lead female role. Both performers are currently “positively considering” their offers. If Lee Kwang-Soo accepts, he will play the main character who works as a police officer. Lee Kwang-Soo previously worked with screenwriter No Hee-Kyung in tvN drama series “Dear My Friends” and SBS drama series “It’s Ok, This is Love.”
 
Filming for “Live” will begin sometime during the second half of this year. - asianwiki -
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Re: [Upcoming TBA-2018] Live
« Reply #2 on: July 03, 2017, 09:59:14 am »

Jung Yumi offered writer Noh Hee-kyung’s new drama Live

Star writer Noh Hee-kyung, of thoughtful human dramas Dear My Friends, It’s Okay It’s Love, Padam Padam and more, has announced that the synopsis is out for her next drama, titled Live (as in the verb, live or die), and a casting offer is out to Jung Yumi (Discovery of Romance) to headline. The new series will be about police officers, though coming from Noh Hee-kyung, I don’t expect the usual cop thriller or procedural.

The drama is about “grass-roots democracy,” portrayed through the lives of police officers who are considered “the people’s walking stick” or “the judge of the streets.” As with most Noh Hee-kyung dramas, it’ll be about people and relationships rather than the typical police genre story, and it’s said to be a celebration of police officers as civil servants who keep the peace. The drama will portray the cops as someone’s father, or sibling, or child, with a particular focus on portraying hardworking fathers.

Jung Yumi has been offered the role of a police officer, and no other details have been revealed yet about her character. All we know for now is that the cast will include middle-aged men and a crop of younger officers. I’m just happy that Jung Yumi might come back to dramaland, because I love her easygoing, natural acting style.

Live will be another collaboration with director Kim Kyu-tae (Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo), with whom Noh Hee-kyung has already made four dramas: It’s Okay It’s Love, That Winter The Wind Blows, Padam Padam, and The World They Live In. I can’t say that I’m excited for the reunion, given that the director’s work is a mixed bag, and he is the reason why Moon Lovers was such a mess. But Noh Hee-kyung and Kim Kyu-tae have a successful track record and a working relationship that’s going on ten years now, and his dramas with this writer do have a very distinct feel to them, not to mention that they are critically well-received.

While the police setting is something of a departure from the writer’s previous works, Live sounds like it could be similar to the multi-generational stories in her award-winning drama Dear My Friends, which was about the intertwining lives of parents and children. Here I expect veteran cops to mentor the rookies, like You’re All Surrounded, but with way less comedy and way more gut-wrenching emotion.

Live doesn’t have a broadcaster or time slot yet, but production is slated to begin late this year for a spring 2018 premiere.

Source : http://www.dramabeans.com/2017/06/jung-yumi-offered-writer-noh-hee-kyungs-new-drama-live/


Lee Kwang-soo up for reunion with writer Noh Hee-kyung in Live

Lee Kwang-soo (Entourage) may be lining up his third drama with star writer Noh Hee-kyung, this time as a leading man after being part of the ensemble casts of her last two dramas, Dear My Friends and It’s Okay, It’s Love. There were a lot of things I loved about the realistic human drama Dear My Friends, but no one else made me cry as much as Kim Hye-ja and Lee Kwang-soo’s mother-son pair. I’m excited for him that he’s been offered a leading role, and that it’s in a Noh Hee-kyung drama; hopefully it’ll have the added benefit of erasing Entourage from our collective memories.

The new drama is called Live, and will be another collaboration between writer Noh Hee-kyung and PD Kim Kyu-tae, who are teaming up for their fifth drama following It’s Okay It’s Love, That Winter The Wind Blows, Padam Padam, and The World They Live In. An offer is currently out to Jung Yumi (Discovery of Romance) to star, and she’s considering favorably.

Live is about cops, but it’ll be a human drama rather than a police procedural or crime drama, with a focus on the daily ins and outs of police officers who work as civil servants and peacekeepers. I’m expecting to see the less glorified parts of the job, rather than the usual TV detectives who chase serial killers every day. The drama is said to include a cast of veteran cops and younger cops, and both Jung Yumi and Lee Kwang-soo have been offered roles as part of the younger generation of police officers.

I can already picture him being run ragged by his superiors and tripping over his gangly limbs out in the field, and then crying into his cup ramyun at the end of every day. If anyone is the poster boy for the pathetic underdog, it’s Lee Kwang-soo. He hasn’t even signed on, and I’m already feeling sympathy pangs for his character.

Live is aiming to air in spring 2018, though the broadcaster and time slot have yet to be determined.

Source : http://www.dramabeans.com/2017/06/lee-kwang-soo-up-for-reunion-with-writer-noh-hee-kyung-in-live/
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Re: [Upcoming tvN-2018] Live (Jung Yu Mi, Lee Kwang Soo, Bae Sung Woo)
« Reply #3 on: March 24, 2018, 08:55:33 am »

Sundul keatas

Baru nyicip dua episode dan drama ini bagus banget, karakter2 utamanya berjuang sangat keras buat dapat kerja dan jadi pegawai tetap sampai akhirnya ikut tes Akpol dan diterima.

Ini ditail banget gambaran sesudah lulus malah di gembleng lagi supaya jadi polisi tahan banting ketika tugas di Polsek atau polres.
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Re: [Upcoming tvN-2018] Live (Jung Yu Mi, Lee Kwang Soo, Bae Sung Woo)
« Reply #4 on: March 25, 2018, 05:15:47 pm »

Makin jatuh cinta sama ni serial [lovestruck] [lovestruck] , Jung o dan sang soo ini pengen banget jadi yg terbaik dan cepat naik jabatan. Kasus2nya juga beragam [thumbsup]
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