Kim Seon Ho to return to the small screen with historical drama

Kim Seon Ho: Korean actor Kim Seon Ho has received an offer to appear in the drama ‘Shinru of Hash’ and is positively discussing it, according to an official from Kim Seon Ho’s agency, Salt Entertainment. The announcement was made on October 19.

Historical drama

‘Hash’s Shinru’ is a historical drama depicting the romance between King Sejong the Great, who was called the ‘Renaissance of Joseon’, a genius scientist, Crown Prince Lee Hyang, who loved stars, and Hae Ru, a mysterious woman who sees the future, risking the fate of Joseon.

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Crown Prince Lee Hyang

Writer Yoon Yi Soo, who wrote the popular novel of the same name, has reported to have written the script himself. Writer Yoon Yi Soo is also famous as the original author of ‘Love In The Moonlight’, which was popularized as a drama before. It was reported that Kim Seon Ho was offered the role of Crown Prince Lee Hyang in the drama. If Kim Seon Ho confirms his appearance in this work, it will be the second historical drama after the tvN drama ‘100 Days My Prince ‘.

Previously, Kim Seon Ho suffered from a privacy controversy after the tvN drama ‘Hometown Cha Cha Cha’ ended last year. He quietly announced his comeback with director Park Hoon Jung’s movie ‘Sad Tropical’, and is currently preparing to make his screen debut after finishing filming.

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Seon Ho’s work  

Kim Seon Ho is a South Korean actor. He began his career on stage and appeared in numerous plays before making his screen debut in 2017 with ‘Good Manager’. He rose to prominence with the television series ‘Start-Up’ (2020) and gained more recognition for his main role in ‘Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha’ (2021), which aired on tvN and Netflix. In 2021, he was selected as Gallup Korea’s Television Actor of the Year.

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