Park Ki Woong has announced that he's going tosign up for Kang Ji Hwan in the impending MBC drama "Monster - 2016."
The actor's agency, Haewadal Entertainment, announced the verdict on February 1. It'll be Park's first leading drama role since gambling a Eastern officer in the KBS historic drama "Bridal Mask" with co-star Joo Won and an idol workforce member in the comedy "Full Area Take 2."
Park Ki Woong did have a cameo in "The Just right Doctor," also with former co-star Joo Won, and was oncenoticed in two motion pictures since beginning his 2014 excursion of army duty, the 2014 "Mad Unhappy Bad" and the 2015 Kim Ki Duk production "Made in China." Yet Park's crucialmilitiaaccountability as a conscripted policeman did stay him clear of dramaland.
In "Monster - 2016," Park will play Do Geon Woo, the son of a corporation CEO and his mistress. His birthright will bring him into direct struggle amongstthe nature that Kang Ji Hwan plays. Kang plays Kang Ki Tan, a guy who lost his oldsters when he changed into little. He needs to take revenge opposed to the rich and careless people who ruined his lifestyles and brought about him to suffer.
Kang Ji Hwan's role in the drama was reportedly introduced to Joo Won, which would have given the actors a 3rdprobability to paintings together, but Joo in the endgrew to become it down. Search engine optimization Kang Joon also reportedly turned down the role, opting forin its placeto seem in the Korean remake of "Entourage."
Hwang Jung Eum was prior to nowbought the leading feminine office in this drama but not directly declined to pay attention on her upcoming wedding at the finish of February.
Jang Young Chul, who wrote "Empress Ki," "History of the Salaryman," "Giant" and "Incarnation of Money," is writing the screenplay. Joo Sang Woo, who directed "Legendary Witches" and "One Hundred Years Inheritance," is directing 'Monster - 2016."
The 50-episode "Monster," formerly titled "Tyrant," will air on Mondays and Tuesdays in April after the end of "Glamorous Temptation."