Na In Woo, Kim So Hye, VICTON’s Sejun, And More To Star In Film Based On Webtoon
It was previously reported by OSEN that Kim So Hye and Na In Woo would be taking lead roles in the movie “Her Bucket List” based on the webtoon of the same name. Written by Hyang Yang and Sop, the story is about a girl who is dealing with the death of her boyfriend, and she aims to fulfill the items on her bucket list before following him. The film is directed by Hwang Kyung Sung, who has helmed web dramas including “Today Office Tomorrow Romance” and “Love in Memory” (literal titles).
In “Her Bucket List,” Kim So Hye portrays the lead role of Cha Ra Ri while Na In Woo plays her new boyfriend Kang Han Sol.
Kim So Hye, who debuted as a member of the former project group I.O.I in 2016, has appeared in projects including the web dramas “Poetry Story” and “Unexpected Heroes,” the MBN drama “The Best Chicken,” KBS2’s drama “How to Buy a Friend,” and more. She also acted in the films “Moonlit Winter” and “Bank of Seoul.”
Na In Woo is currently starring in the KBS2 drama “River Where the Moon Rises” as the lead character On Dal. He’s previously appeared in works including the film “Twenty” and dramas such as “Shine or Go Mad,” “The Best Chicken,” “Yeonnamdong Family,” “Mystic Pop-Up Bar,” and “Mr. Queen.”
On March 23, Play M Entertainment confirmed that VICTON member Sejun will make his film debut in the movie as he takes the role of Kang Han Sol’s best friend Ryu Ha Joon, an aspiring singer who’s been a trainee for six years. Sejun previously starred in the 2019 web drama “In-Out Sider.”
Actress Kim Woo Rin’s agency also recently confirmed that she has been cast in the film as the character Mi Kyung, the best friend of Cha Ra Ri. Kim Woo Rin made her debut in the 2014 movie “The Youth” and she’s also acted in dramas including “Hidden Identity,” “Criminal Minds,” and more.
Kim Woo Rin shared a photo on her Instagram in February with Kim So Hye and Na In Woo, writing the trio’s names and the film title in the hashtags and adding, “Filming starts soon.”
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Watch Na In Woo in “River Where the Moon Rises” below!