Choi Dae Hoon to join IU and Park Bo Gum in upcoming K-drama “You Have Done Well”
Actor Choi Dae Hoon will become a major cast member of the K-drama “You Have Done Well”, starring alongside IU and Park Bo Gum.
According to a coverage by Newsen on February 28th, actor Choi Dae Hoon was cast as a lead character in screenwriter Im Sang Choon’s new work, “You Have Done Well” (previously known as “I was Fooled” and “Life”), which is about to start filming.
“You Have Done Well” is a drama that depicts the adventure-filled life of Ae Soon, a “rebellious” character born in Jeju in the 1950s, and Gwan Shik, a diligent and quiet person who lacks knowledge when it comes to romance.
The series is written by Im Sang Choon, who is behind the success of various hit projects such as “Fight For My Way” and “When the Camellia Blooms”, and directed by Kim Won Seok, who worked on “Misaeng”, “Signal”, and “My Mister”, raising expectations.
Through “You Have Done Well”, Choi Dae Hoon is expected to show off a new acting transformation by co-starring with IU (Lee Ji Eun) and Park Bo Gum. The pre-produced drama is scheduled to begin filming in March, and as of the moment, the organization and broadcast schedule are undecided.
On the other hand, Choi Dae Hoon appeared in a number of dramas last year, including ENA’s “Extraordinary Attorney Woo”, JTBC’s “Insider” and “The Good Detective 2”, SBS’ “One Dollar Lawyer”, as well as KBS’ “Curtain Call”.