Apr 6 2017

Lee Dong-Gun cast in KBS2 drama series “Seven Day Queen”

Lee Dong-Gun is now cast in upcoming KBS2 drama series “Seven Day Queen” starring Yeon Woo-Jin & Park Min-Young. In the drama series, Lee Dong-Gun will play Lee Yoong also known as Yeonsan-gun. He is in love with Shin Chae-Kyung (Park Min-Young), but she falls in love with his younger brother Lee Yeok (Yeon Woo-Jin). Lee Yoong is removed from throne by his younger brother Lee Yeok.

“Seven Day Queen” will air beginning May 31, 2017 in South Korea.

Apr 5 2017

TaecYeon offered lead male role / Seo Ye-Ji cast for lead female role in OCN drama “Save Me”

Seo Ye-Ji is cast for the lead female role in upcoming OCN drama “Save Me” (literal title). In addition, TaecYeon (‘2PM’) has been offered the lead male role. He is currently “positively considering” the offer. Also cast in supporting roles are Cho Seong-Ha, Woo Do-Hwan, Jo Jae-Yun & Park Ji-Young.

In drama series “Save Me,” Seo Ye-Ji will plays Im Sang-Mi. Her character has gone through difficult times since her high school days. She moves out to Mooji County from Seoul.

If TaecYeon accepts he will play Han Sang-Hwan. His character is scripted as a good looking guy with smarts. His father is the governor of Mooji County.

For supporting actors, Cho Seong-Ha will play Baek Jung-Ki. He is a phony religious leader. Woo Do-Hwan will play Seok Dong-Cheol. He is quiet and cynical. Jo Jae-Yun will play Jo Wan-Tae. He is a fervent follower of Baek Jung-Ki.

“Save Me” first airs July, 2017 in South Korea.

Apr 5 2017

First script reading for KBS2 drama series “Fight for My Way”

First script reading for KBS drama series “Fight for My Way,” starring Park Seo-Joon & Kim Ji-Won, took place March 24, 2017 at the KBS Annex Building in Yeuido, Seoul, South Korea. Main cast members including Park Seo-Joon, Kim Ji-Won, Ahn Jae-Hong, Song Ha-Yoon, Kim Sung-Oh and Choi Woo-Sik attended. During the first script reading Park Seo-Joon read the lines of Ko Dong-Man. His character is an adult, but he acts like he is in his adolescence. Kim Ji-Won read the lines of Choi Ae-Ra. Her character says whatever she wants. Literal title of the drama series is “Third-Rate My Way.”

“Fight for My Way” first airs May 8, 2017 in South Korea.