“Heartstrings’” Park Shin Hye to Make Small Screen Comeback with “Don’t Worry, I’m a Ghost”
Actress Park Shin Hye will be making her small screen comeback as a ghost. It’s been announced and confirmed that Park Shin Hye will be joining the cast of KBS drama special season 3, “Don’t Worry, I’m a Ghost,” which is scheduled to premiere July 15. The upcoming drama marks Park Shin Hye’s return to the small screen in a year after having starred in last year’s “Heartstrings” with CNBlue’s Jung Yong Hwa.
“Don’t Worry, I’m a Ghost” is about Moon Ki (Bong Tae Gyu) who loses his memories, wakes up at a hospital, and meets a loveable ghost named Yeon Hwa (Park Shin Hye). The two eventually fall in love. The show’s producer Lee Eun Jin stated, “We couldn’t imagine any other actress, besides Park Shin Hye, who would be perfect for Yeon Hwa’s role. While she is a ghost, she has more life in her than any other living beings. Park Shin Hye simply is the lovable Yeon Hwa.”
In related news, Park Shin Hye will join her former co-star Jung Yong Hwa in Japan for a “Heartstrings” fan meeting this July.