‘Shooting Stars’ actor Kim Young-dae to star in new historical K-drama

Starring alongside him is ‘Love All Play’’s Park Ju-hyun

South Korean actor Kim Young-dae, who led tvN’s recent romantic comedy K-drama Shooting Stars, has been cast in an upcoming historical K-drama.

Earlier today (June 14), MBC confirmed that Kim, along with Love All Play actress Park Ju-hyun and Military Prosecutor Doberman’s Kim Woo-seok, have been cast in its new historical romantic-comedy K-drama The Forbidden Marriage.

According to Seoul Kyeongje, the upcoming K-drama will tell the story of the softhearted King Lee-heon (Kim Young-dae) who bans marriage after losing his crown princess seven years prior to the beginning of the series. He later encounters So Rang (played by Park), a matchmaker and con-woman who claims that she can be possessed by the late princess’ soul.

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Additionally, South Korean rapper Giriboy is reportedly in talks to make his acting debut in The Forbidden Marriage as a genius painter named Jung Do-seok. Although he had previously made a name for himself with his art, Do-seok now lives as a recluse while preparing for his state examinations.

The upcoming series is based on a web-novel by Cheon Ji-hye, which has previously been adapted into a webtoon. Cheon, who will also be penning the script for the drama series, is joined by director Park Sang-woo, who previously worked on dramas like My Secret Terrius and Never Twice.

In other news, tvN has unveiled a new teaser clip for its upcoming historical fantasy K-drama series, Alchemy Of Souls. The drama is set to premiere on June 18 at 9:10pm KST, with new episodes airing every Saturday and Sunday night.

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