Actor Han Soo-yeon casts tvN Saturday-Sunday drama “Pandora: Fabricated Paradise”…The role of Lee Jia.
Actor Han Soo-yeon has joined “Pandora: Fabricated Paradise.”
On the 2nd, the agency Starit Entertainment said, “Han Soo-yeon was cast as Hong Yu-ra in tvN’s new Saturday-Sunday drama ‘Pandora: Fabricated Paradise’, which is scheduled to premiere on March 11.”
Pandora: Manipulated Paradise (written by locals, directed by Choi Young-hoon) is a revenge play by a woman who lives a life that everyone envies to punish those who manipulate her fate while recovering her lost past memories.
Director Choi Young-hoon of the dramas “Wonder Woman” and “Goodcasting” and local writer of the ratings guarantee Kim Soon-ok division joined hands. Writer Kim Soon-ok, who wrote “Penthouse,” “The Empress’s Dignity” and “Temptation of Wife,” will participate as a creator to present revenge plays at a different level.
In the drama, Han Soo-yeon plays Hong Yu-ra, a fashion businessman and Hong Tae-ra (Lee Ji-ah) Yura is a character who has lived focusing on his younger brother Tera, who has lost his past memories.
Actor Han Soo-yeon said, “It was interesting because the script was so funny and ‘Hong Yu-ra’ seemed to be a unique and attractive character. “On top of that, I met great directors and actors and enjoyed filming in a good atmosphere with a lot of consideration for each other,” he said.
Actor Han Soo-yeon made her debut in the 2006 film “The Quiet World” and has been proven to have completely melted into her characters by starring in the films “Raising the Moonlight,” “King of Pigs,” “The King,” and tvN’s “The King.”
Recently, he starred as Jung In-young, the wife of a genius guitarist and a person suffering from memory impairment due to alcoholism, and portrayed the character’s characteristics in detail and as a key point of the incident, strongly opening the door to the drama.
tvN’s new Saturday-Sunday drama “Pandora: Manipulated Paradise,” starring Lee Ji-ah, Lee Sang-yoon, Jang Hee-jin, Park Ki-woong and Bong Tae-kyu, is scheduled to premiere at 9:10 p.m. on March 11.