Korea’s representative actresses are in charge of the small screen in 2023.
First of all, actress Lee Na Young, who received great love through various works such as tvN’s “Romance Is a Bonus Book” and the movie “Maundy Thursday”, is captivating the public with wavve’s original drama “Park Ha Kyung’s Travel Journal”.
Wavve’s original drama “Park Ha Kyung’s Travel Journal” tells a pleasant story about the unexpected moments and miraculous encounters of Korean teacher Park Ha Kyung who goes on a one-day trip every Saturday when she wants to get away from reality.
In this drama, Lee Na Young added to the completeness of the work by perfectly portraying Park Ha Kyung, who experiences various events and meets many people by chance at unfamiliar destinations throughout her journey.
“Park Ha Kyung’s Travel Journal” has already been released simultaneously in Korea, the U.S., and Japan to deliver warm and sympathetic messages as well as comforts to viewers around the world.
In the meantime, Song Hye Kyo, who made a big hit in the first half of this year with Netflix’s popular series “The Glory”, debuted in 1996 and is currently one of the leading actresses in Korea. Unlike other romance dramas she used to play, such as KBS2’s “Descendants of the Sun”, Song Hye Kyo took on the role of the main character Moon Dong Eun, a school violence victim, in “The Glory”.
Uhm Jung Hwa had a splendid return to the small screen by playing the main character Cha Jeong Suk in JTBC’s “Doctor Cha”. She perfectly portrayed the growth period of Cha Jeong Suk, a housewife of twenty years who becomes a first-year medical resident, drawing sympathy and laughter from viewers.
Kim Tae Hee will return through ENA’s “Lies Hidden in My Garden”. She is expected to show a new image in “Lies Hidden in My Garden”, a suspense thriller that unfolds as two women who were living completely different lives meet due to a mysterious smell emanating from the backyard.
Meanwhile, you can watch all episodes of “Park Ha Kyung’s Travel Journal” on the OTT platform wavve.