Kim Soo Hyun And Cha Seung Won’s ‘One Ordinary Day’ Is Airing Later This Year!
The first official poster for the upcoming drama "One Ordinary Day" has been released and we are all excited. Kim Soo Hyun's highly-anticipated drama along with Cha Seung Won is finally coming to the small screen this November 26.
According to reports, Kim Soo Hyun's upcoming K-Drama "One Ordinary Day" will follow the story of a college student who suddenly became the prime suspect for the murder of a woman.
Kim Soo Hyun will take on the role of the college student Kim Hyun Soo whose life turned upside down overnight due to his alleged involvement with a murder case. No one was willing to help Kim Hyun Soo with his case except a third-class lawyer Shin Joong Han.
"A Korean Odyssey" star Cha Seung Won will portray the role of lawyer Shin Joong Han who barely passed law school. His involvement as Kim Hyun Soo's defense attorney takes his career to new heights.
Starring alongside Kim Soo Hyun and Cha Seung Won for "One Ordinary Day" are actors Lee Seol, Yang Kyung Won, Kim Shin Rok, and Kim Hong Pa.
"One Ordinary Day" is a remake of the BBC One television series "Criminal Justice" and will be released through ViuTV. It will be directed by "Backstreet rookie" director Lee Myung Woo and written by "The Royal Gamblers" writer Kwon Soon Gyu. Spanning only for eight episodes, 'One Ordinary Day" is produced by The Studio M, GreenBam Media, and Gold Medalist.
The drama is Kim Soo Hyun's first drama project since his hit 2020 drama "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" alongside his labelmate Seo Ye Ji. Kim Soo Hyun is one of South Korea's top actors so many fans are looking forward to his return to the small screen.
Meanwhile, "One Ordinary day' will also be Cha Seung Won's comeback drama after four years. The YG Entertainment actor last starred alongside Lee Seung Gi and Oh Yeon Seo for the 2017 drama "A Korean Odyssey." The 51-year-old actor is known for his roles in K-Dramas such as "You're All Surrounded," "The Greatest Love," "Athena: Goddess of War," "City Hall," "Bodyguard," "8 Love Stories," "Roses and Bean Sprout," and "Angel's Kiss."