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SNSD Seohyun To Star In Upcoming Netflix Movie ‘Moral Sense’ With U-KISS Jun

by Victoria Marian Belmis / Mar 22, 2021 05:59 AM EDT

"Moral Sense" is one of the first two self-produced Netflix Korean films confirmed for production. It will be a webtoon-to-movie adaptation, and fans are excited for the confirmed lead actors!

On March 22nd, Netflix confirmed that SNSD Seohyun and U-KISS Jun (Lee Jun-young) would star in the upcoming movie adaptation of a popular romance webtoon of the same name, "Moral Sense."

The upcoming Netflix Original Film, "Moral Sense," will be directed by Park Hyun-jin and will revolve around the story of a man with a peculiar preference for women and a woman who finds out his secret.

After the success of the drama "Private Lives," SNSD member and maknae Seohyun will finally make her Korean movie debut playing the role of Jung Ji-woo, who is a woman that is "cold and blunt on the outside but has a warm heart and charm unlike anyone else." She will accidentally learn the secret peculiarities of her co-worker Jung Ji-hoo, to be played by Lee Jun-young.

Seohyun is currently making strides in the Korean film industry after a successful idol career with the "Nation's Girl Group" Girls' Generation (SNSD). In 2016, she first starred in a Chinese romantic-comedy movie entitled "So I Married an Anti-fan," which was based on a manhwa of the same name. Seohyun also starred in Korean dramas such as "Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo," where she played the character of Woo-hee. 

In addition, the SNSD vocalist portrayed the lead role for the 2017 web-series, "Ruby Ruby Love," as well as the drama "Bad Thief, Good Thief." The next year, Seohyun portrayed the role of the main female character for the television series, "Time."

The SNSD vocalist also dabbled in theater. Seohyun debuted as a musical theater actress in 2014 by playing the role of Heo Yeon-woo in the theater adaptation of the hit K-drama "Moon Embracing the Sun." In 2015, she also then played the role of Scarlet o' Hara in the South Korean theater version of the musical "Gone With the Wind." 

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