Woo Do Hwan, Bona, and Cha Hak Yeon will all be appearing in the upcoming MBC drama “Joseon Attorney,” it was announced on August 24. (literal title).
The movie “Joseon Attorney” is about an oejibu (an attorney in the Joseon Dynasty) who uses a trial to exact revenge on a foe who killed his parents. The drama will show the protagonist’s development as a real attorney who cares for people, despite the fact that it begins with retribution. In contrast to other historical dramas that mostly represent the lives of royal families, the next drama will be new in that it deals with the story of an attorney in the Joseon Dynasty.
Woo Do Hwan, who made an impression in dramas like “Save Me” and reinforced his status as a potential main actor in “The King: Eternal Monarch,” is a rising star. The actor will play Kang Han Soo, a charming lawyer who serves as the main character.
The role of Lee Yeon Joo, a princess who genuinely cares for the nation and its people, will be played by Bona, who embodied her character in “Twenty Five, Twenty One” to the letter. Lee Yeon Joo is a girl who hides her true identity and falls for a star-crossed love.
Yoo Ji Seon, a judge at Hanseongbu and the third generation only son of the most illustrious family in Joseon Dynasty, will be portrayed by Cha Hak Yeon, who established himself on the small screen with films like “Mine” and “Bad and Crazy.” Yoo Ji Seon aspires to render impartial judgment, but the distance between his ideals and reality prevents him from realizing his dream.
The new historical drama “Joseon Attorney,” which will be represented by the three young actors with distinctly distinctive charms, is eagerly anticipated.
“Joseon Attorney” will begin filming soon.
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