No Hee-kyung’s comeback drama confirms star-studded cast

It’s raining A-listers in the upcoming drama of star writer No Hee-kyung! Lee Byung-hun (Squid Game), Shin Min-ah (Hometown Cha-cha-cha), Kim Woo-bin (Uncontrollably Fond), Han Ji-min (One Spring Night), Lee Jung-eun (Law School), Cha Seung-won (One Ordinary Day), and Uhm Jung-hwa (You Are Too Much) will be starring in the upcoming drama “Our Blues” (literal title).

Our Blues will follow an omnibus format, which means it will have different segments with respective stories and with their own leads. It is described as a depiction of sweet, sour, and bitter life stories of diverse characters living in Jeju Island.

Lee Byung-hun takes on the role of Lee Dong-suk, a native of Jeju Island who sells trucks for a living. He will star alongside Shin Min-ah, who will portray the charactee of Min Sun-ah, a mysterious woman who flew to Jeju while hiding a secret.

Next up is Han Ji-min who signs on for the role of Lee Young-ok, a cheerful rookie diver who is the subject of neighborhood rumors. She will be paired with Kim Woo-bin, who returns to dramaland as Park Jung-joon, a kindhearted ship captain.

Adding to the blockbuster roster is Cha Seung-won who will play as Choi Han-su, another Jeju native who returns to the island after settling in the city. He is also the first love of Lee Jung-eun’s character, fish shop owner Jung Eun-hee. Lastly, Uhm Jung-hwa comes back to the small screen as Go Mi-ran, Jung Eun-hee’s friend who also returns to Jeju getting city burnout.

Our Blues will be a reunion drama by acclaimed writer No Hee-kyung (Dear My Friends) and PD Kim Kyu-tae (Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo) who previously worked together on That Winter, The Wind Blows, It’s Okay, That’s Love, and Live.

The drama is scheduled to premiere in 2022.

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