AB6IX’s Kim Dong Hyun Confirmed + Lee Jun Young And Jung In Sun In Talks To Join NU’EST’s JR And Yoon Ji Sung In New Romance Drama

Upcoming romance drama “I’ll Become Your Night” is finalizing its remaining cast members!

“I’ll Become Your Night” is a romance drama about popular idol band LUNA and a fake doctor who ends up living at their dorm to treat a sleepwalking member. NU’EST’s JR has already been confirmed to make his drama debut as the band’s bassist Lee Shin, while Yoon Ji Sung will portray the band’s drummer Kim Yoo Chan.

The duo will be joined by AB6IX’s Kim Dong Hyun, who will be playing LUNA member Gaon. Gaon is LUNA’s keyboardist and youngest member at 17 years old, who made the team two years ago after beating out 10,000 other contestants. Unlike his impressive and charismatic talent on the keys, he has a unique and indescribable personality that others fear.

Fitting for the youngest member, Gaon loves to pick fights with his members but becomes an incredibly shy boy in front of their fans. He has the greatest body out of all the members and is a character of surprise, hiding a secret from his past.

On April 15, it was reported that U-KISS’s Lee Jun Young and Jung In Sun would play the leads of the drama. The source included that Lee Jun Young would play Tae In, the sleepwalking LUNA member, and that Jung In Sun would play his love interest, the doctor who moves into their dorm.

In response to these reports, Lee Jun Young’s agency nhemg shared with Newsen, “Lee Jun Young received a casting offer for ‘I’ll Become Your Night’ and is reviewing it.”

Jung In Sun’s agency H& Entertainment gave a similar response, sharing, “Jung In Sun received a casting offer for drama ‘I’ll Become Your Night’ and is looking over it positively.”

Jung In Sun recently wrapped up her drama “How To Be Thirty” while Lee Jun Young will soon be starring in KBS 2TV’s “Imitation” starting May 7. Kim Dong Hyun will also be making his comeback with AB6IX on April 26.

“I’ll Become Your Night” aims to begin production in May with the goal of premiering in the second half of the year and is in discussions to air on SBS.

Watch Jung In Sun in “How To Be Thirty” below!

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