Girl’s Day’s Sojin, Lee Jong Won, And More To Join Eric And Yoo In Na’s New Drama
More cast members have been announced for the upcoming drama “The Spy Who Loved Me”!
Earlier this month, it was confirmed that Shinhwa’s Eric, Yoo In Na, and Im Joo Hwan had been cast in the MBC rom-com “The Spy Who Loved Me” (working title). The drama is about a woman who inadvertently gets involved in the world of espionage through her husband and ex-husband.
Girl’s Day’s Sojin has been cast in the role of Bae Doo Rae. She is the close friend and business partner of Yoo In Na’s character, Kang Ah Reum, who designs wedding dresses. Bae Doo Rae designs wedding shoes and is described as a realistic character who is confident in her single status. She isn’t afraid to give her close friend some harsh advice and has a vibe like a friend’s sister who lives next door.
Lee Jong Won has been cast in the role of “Tinker.” He is an expert at restoring classic cars and works as the youngest agent at Hermes, a corporate spy agency where Im Joo Hwan’s character, Derek Hyun, also works.
Lee Joo Woo has been cast in the role of Kim Dong Ran, the second daughter of the conglomerate Dong Tak Group and the CEO of DDK Foods. She is a beautiful and clever character who is regularly voted “the woman that female college students most look up to.” She seems to be born with a silver spoon in her mouth, but because she was born out of wedlock, she is in a constant fierce competition with her brother, Kim Dong Taek, about the inheritance.
Cha Joo Young has ben cast in the role of Hwang Seo Ra, a secret agent at Interpol, where Eric’s character, Jun Ji Hoon, also works. She loves the thrill of her work and is described as a “girl crush” character.
Bae In Hyuk has been cast in the role of Kim Young Goo, the youngest member of the analytics department at the Bureau of Classified Industries. He is currently in disguise as the head of the sales department at the publishing company Gulliver. Despite his youthful appearance, he is extremely intelligent and graduated from KAIST (Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology).
“The Spy Who Loved Me” will premiere sometime in October.
Check out Sojin in her last drama, “Stove League,” below!