Chae Soo Bin And Kim Ji Soo Confirmed For Airport-Themed Drama With Lee Je Hoon And Lee Dong Gun
SBS’s upcoming Monday-Tuesday drama “Where Stars Land” has finalized its cast!
“Where Stars Land” tells the stories of Lee Soo Yeon and Han Yeo Reum, who meet while working in passenger services, “the heart and lungs” of Incheon Airport. (Some of the characters’ names have changed since initial reports.)
Lee Je Hoon is taking on the role of Lee Soo Yeon and Chae Soo Bin will transform into Han Yeo Reum. A top-tier university graduate and boasting perfect marks on a standardized English proficiency test, Lee Soo Yeon was accepted to work at Incheon Airport. He has an air of mystery around him as he tends to keep people at a distance. Lee Soo Yeon is determined to adapt to his new lifestyle at the airport in just six months.
Chae Soo Bin’s character Han Yeo Reum began working at Incheon Airport to pursue her dream job. While she watches planes take off and land every day, she herself has never ridden a plane. When she finally get to work at the airport, she earns a name for herself as a “human bomb” because of her accident-prone nature. Han Yeo Reum is assigned to be a passenger service agent, dubbed “the hardest role in the airport.”
As previously confirmed, Lee Dong Gun will be playing charismatic and friendly Seo In Woo, the airport’s operations manager. He is known for his wit that can turn a serious situation around, leadership, and adaptability.
Kim Ji Soo will be Yang Seo Gun, the airport’s passenger services manager. A workaholic who is nice to passengers and headstrong in the face of danger, she plays a pivotal role in Han Yeo Reum and Lee Soo Yeon’s working lives.
Other actors who will be starring in this drama include SF9’s Rowoon as Go Eun Seob, Kim Kyung Nam as security team member Oh Dae Gi, and Lee Soo Kyung as judo champion-turned security team member Na Young Joo.
“Where Stars Land” will be written by Kang Eun Kyung of “Baker King, Kim Tak Goo” and “Romantic Doctor Kim,” and directed by Shin Woo Chul of hit dramas like “Secret Garden” and “A Gentleman’s Dignity.” This drama will notably mark their first collaboration together in five years since “Gu Family Book.”
It is set to premiere in October following the end of “30 but 17.”