Hyeri In Talks Along With Yoo Seung Ho For Upcoming Historical Drama

Feb 16, 2021

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Hyeri may be starring in her first historical drama!
On February 16, an industry representative reported, “Hyeri will be starring as the female lead of the KBS 2TV drama ‘Thinking of the Moon When the Flower Blooms’ (literal title).”
In response to the report, her agency Creative Group ing commented, “Hyeri received an offer to star in the new KBS 2TV drama ‘Thinking of the Moon When the Flower Blooms’ and is reviewing [the offer].”
The drama will take place during the period of the strongest prohibition law in Joseon history, depicting human desire and proving that prohibition is not the best option. The main characters are an inspector from the Office of the Inspector-General who has left his hometown to achieve fame in Hanyang and restore his family’s status, a poor aristocratic woman who begins to make alcohol in order to pay back her debt, and a crown prince who continues to secretly climb over the walls of the palace to get a few drinks. The three people have a fateful encounter in front of a secret alcohol storage, consequently gaining a secret that could lead each other to death if revealed.
Hyeri has been offered the role of Kang Ro Seo, whose beauty shines even when wearing shabby clothing. She grew up well off until she was 13, and although she ran around trying to make money for her mother’s medication and her brother’s books, her family’s financial situation still took a sharp turn. Now with experience in all sorts of labor, she has developed impressive physical strength.
It was revealed earlier in the month that Yoo Seung Ho is in talks to play the male lead Nam Young, a handsome inspector.
Director Hwang In Hyuk of “Doctor Prisoner” and screenwriter Kim Joo Hee will be working together on the new historical drama, which is scheduled to air in the second half of 2021.
Stay tuned for updates!
Watch more information of drama “ Thinking of the Moon When the Flower Blooms (2021)” at here.

Source: [Soompi]

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