Song Joong Ki And Lee Sung Min Confirmed To Star In New Fantasy Drama: All you need to know about the new JTBC Drama

song joong ki in talks for a new drama

Kdrama superstars Song Joong Ki and Lee Sung Min are uniting for a new drama. The two actors were supposed to be working together in a drama before, but the show was dropped. Now the actors are uniting for JTBC’s new drama. Read on to know more.

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Song Joong ki and Lee Sung Min to cast in “Chaebol Family’s Youngest Son”

It was first revealed in May that the actors had been offered roles in “Chaebol Family’s’ youngest son” (literal name). On July 20, JTBC confirmed that Song Joong Ki and Lee Sung Min could be starring in the upcoming drama.

Based on a successful web novel of the same title, “Chaebol Family’s Youngest Son” is a fable drama approximately about a chaebol circle of relatives’ secretary who is reborn as the chaebol family’s youngest son.

Song joong ki will play Yoon Hyun woo, who dies after being framed for embezzlement by the Sunyang group family that he had remained loyal to. He’s reborn because the own family’s youngest son Jin do joon and works to take over the corporation as revenge.

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Lee sung min has been chosen for the role of Jin Yang Chul, head of Sunyang group. He’s a relentlessly competitive and vicious character with countless greed for cash. As mentioned formerly, Shin hyun and tiffany have also received casting offers for the drama.

“Chaebol family’s youngest son” will be written by Kim Tae Hee of “Sungkyunkwan scandal” and “A stunning mind,” and it will likely be directed with the aid of Jung Dae Yoon of “She was pretty” and “W.” The drama is scheduled to air in 2022 through JTBC.

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