Netflix has revealed the cast lineup for its upcoming high-teen drama “Hierarchy” (working title). Set in Jooshin High School, where only the cream of the crop, the top 0.01 percent of students, are enrolled, the show promises a captivating narrative of love and envy.
Noh Jung-ui (Our Beloved Summer, 18 Again) takes on the role of Jung Jae-yi, the eldest daughter of the rival Jaeyul Group, a formidable presence in Jooshin High, and an undisputed queen among her peers. Lee Chae-min (Crash Course in Romance) joins the cast as Kang Ha, a transfer student at Jooshin High. Behind his cheerful facade lies a hidden secret.
Kim Jae-won (Stealer: The Treasure Keeper, Our Blues) embodies Kim Ri-ahn, the esteemed heir of Jooshin Group and the highest-ranking student in the school. Adding to the stellar lineup, Ji Hye-won (The Sound of Music, My Perfect Stranger) portrays Yoon Hye-ra, the youngest daughter of Korea’s prominent trading company, International Yoon. Her character embodies the embodiment of jealousy.
Lastly, Lee Won-jung (My Perfect Stranger) takes on the role of Lee Woo-jin, the second son of a long line of influential politicians, exuding both charm and compassion.
Directing Hierarchy is Bae Hyun-jin (Alchemy of Souls, Big Mouth, Start-Up) and the script will be penned by Chu Hye-mi (About Time).