KBS 2TV’s upcoming drama “Suits,” the Korean remake of the popular American series of the same name, is gaining greater attention as its premiere draws near.
While “Suits” centers around a fictional New York City law firm, the Korean version features Jang Dong Gun and Park Hyung Sik as lawyers working at a top law firm in Korea. Korea is the first country in the world to remake this popular series, and the original creator and cast members have expressed their excitement for the upcoming drama.
Aaron Korsh, the creator of USA Network’s “Suits,” shared the poster of the Korean remake on Twitter. He added, “How crazy is this poster? I gots to get one. I gots to.”
— Aaron Korsh (@akorsh9) March 24, 2018
Rick Hoffman, who plays Louis Litt in the original “Suits,” shared his tweet and wrote, “Me too!!”
Me too!! https://t.co/ZE90gdSgJ2
— Rick Hoffman (@RickHoffman_) March 24, 2018
Hoffman isn’t the only one looking forward to the Korean remake. Gabriel Macht, who plays the main character Harvey Specter in the original series, excitedly tweeted a short teaser clip of Korean “Suits” featuring Jang Dong Gun and Park Hyung Sik.
Like it?!?! I Love it!!!! Congrats Suits Korea!!!!!!! https://t.co/bznSSzdvS8
— Gabriel Macht (@GabrielMacht) March 31, 2018
“Suits” is set to premiere on April 25 at 10 p.m. KST. Check out the latest teasers here!