Park Seo Joon And Han So Hee Fight To Survive Against A Period Of Darkness In “Gyeongseong Creature”
Netflix’s “Gyeongseong Creature” is gearing up to premiere in 2023!
Set in the dark times of Spring 1945, “Gyeongseong Creature” is a thriller about two young adults who face off against a creature born from human greed and fight for survival. It will be written by Kang Eun Kyung of the “Dr. Romantic” series and directed by Jung Dong Yoon of “Stove League.”
Park Seo Joon is set to play Jang Tae Sang, the most wealthy man in Gyeongseong and the owner of the pawnshop Golden Jade House who has naturally keen insight and knows how to get by in the world. His sociable personality also makes him a well-known figure through Bukchon. Han So Hee will take on the role of Yoon Chae Ok, who searches for missing people. Since she was young, she learned how to get by in life with her father as they journeyed through Manchuria and Shanghai. Having survived through terrible situations, Yoon Chae Ok is skilled at working with guns, knives, and all sorts of machinery.
On January 17, Netflix teased their upcoming dramas for 2023, dropping the first still of “Gyeongseong Creature.” The newly released still previews the dark creature thriller to come, featuring Jang Tae Sang and Yoon Chae Ok together in an era of darkness, rampant with a creature born from greed.
Along with the leads, several other talented actors were previously confirmed for the lineup. Claudia Km will take on the role of Maeda, the mistress of the powerful family that has control over the Gyeongseong area. Kim Hae Sook will play Nawol Daek, the butler of Golden Jade House, Jo Han Chul will play Yoon Chae Ok’s father Yoon Joong Won, and Wi Ha Joon will star as Gwon Jun Taek, an independent soldier and Jang Tae Sang’s best friend.
“Gyeongseong Creature” is scheduled to premiere in the fourth quarter of 2023 via Netflix. Stay tuned for more updates!
While waiting, watch Park Seo Joon in “What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim”:
Also check out Han So Hee in “100 Days My Prince”: