Rising actor Kang Hoon might star in “Come to me”, based on the Taiwanese series “Someday or One Day”.
Sports Chosun reported on February 9th that Kang Hoon has been cast in the new drama “Come to Me“, the Korean remake of the Taiwanese series “Someday or One Day“.
“Someday or One Day” is very popular in Taiwan, so netizens have set high expectations for the cast lineup of the Korean version.
Currently, Ahn Hyo-seop has received the script, and Jeon Yeo-bin is also reportedly discussing to join the cast.
“Someday or One Day“, the original work of “Come to Me” is a huge commercial hit by securing a large number of fans following its release in 2019. “Come to Me” getting broadcast on global OTT platforms is also being discussed, raising expectations.
Kang Hoon is in talks to take on the role of Mo Jun-jie, played by Patrick Shih in the original “Someday or One Day.”
When the casting news of Kang Hoon was reported, netizens have been showing a positive reaction and expressed their anticipation.
Korean netizens left many supportive comments on Theqoo, “He suits the character’s image so well”, “He suits well, his acting is good too”, “He looks like Mo Jun-jie”, “Awesome. I’m looking forward to the drama”, “Crazy. He is perfect for the role” and “I love his voice.”
Born in 1991, Kang Hoon, who turns 31 years old this year, made his acting debut in the short film “Gori” in 2009. After appearing in several dramas, he has received much love for playing Hong Deok-ro in “The Red Sleeve,” which ended successfully on January 1st.
Thanks to his captivating performance in “The Red Sleeve,” Kang Hoon won Best New Actor 12 years after his debut at the 2021 MBC Drama Awards.
Recently, he appeared on MBC’s entertainment show “Radio Star” and showed off his unique sense of entertainment with how outspoken he was.