“Kiss Sixth Sense” star Yoon Kye Sang will direct the new mystery drama set in the early 2000s?
In the forest without anyone:
November 3, Yoon Kye SangJust Entertainment’s agency told South Korean media, “‘In the Forest without Everyone’ is a work that has been submitted and is under consideration. Nothing has been decided yet.” “In the Forest with No People” is a new work from director Mo Wan Il, who directed KBS 2TV’s “A Beautiful Mind,” JTBC’s “Misty,” and “The World of the Married.” Along with Yoon Kye Sang, Kim Yun Seok has been offered a guest appearance and is gathering topics.
The drama takes place in the summer of 2000, Sang Jun, who ran a motel in a rural area, and Yeong Ha, who ran a boarding house alone in the forest in the summer of 2021, face unexpected events. Earlier, Yoon Kye Sang posted a photo with the phrase “2022 god ON” via her Instagram.
The public photo contains the concert poster of the band God. In the poster, the divine members wore black suits and exuded a chic charm. Netizens responded to this by saying, “Are you going to do the rest of Incheon, Daegu and Gwangju after finishing Seoul and Busan?”, “My heart was pounding just looking at the pictures”, “I have to go”, “Concert!”, “Reminder of memories”, “I need a live stream please”, “I really want to go”, “Oh, I want to go. Success of box office” and “Yoon Kye Sang is beautiful” showed reactions. Meanwhile, god, to which Yoon Kye Sang belongs, will hold a year-end concert “2022 god ON” to commemorate the 23rd anniversary in Seoul and Busan.
Yoon Kye Sang started his career in 1999 as part of the K-pop boy group god, then left the group in 2004 and pursued an acting career. He made his acting debut in the film Flying Boys (2004), for which he won Best New Actor at the Baeksang Arts Awards. He became active in television and film, with starring roles in romantic comedies such as My 19 Year Old Sister-in-Law (2004) and Who Are You? (2008) and the melodrama Crazy for You (2007), as well as more serious fare in The Moonlight of Seoul (2008) and The Executioner (2009). After a second round in the hit series The Greatest Love (2011), he returned to the big screen in the well-received independent film Poongsan (2011).
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