Jung Kyung Ho and Baek Jin Hee to Star in Korean Drama Missing 9

Missing 9 Korean Drama - Jung Kyung Ho

Jung Kyung Ho (One More Happy Ending) and Baek Jin Hee (My Daughter Geum Sa Wol) have been confirmed to be starring in the new mystery island drama Missing 9 (previously titled Picnic and Gaia).

The character descriptions have again been tweeked, but the basic premise remains the same. Jung Kyung Ho (One More Happy Ending) will star in this story of a celebrity who was once known as a musical genius and his coordinator (Baek Jin Hee) who get stranded together on a deserted island after a plane crash. While fighting for survival, they work to discover the mystery of what caused their accident.

Also in the drama in supporting roles are Lee Sun Bin (Police Unit 38) and EXO’s Chanyeol. It comes from the writer of Police Unit 38, Bad Guys, and Vampire Prosecutor.

I’m fully excited for this casting and the unique premise. I love stories where a small group of people get trapped together. I also recently enjoyed the crime drama Police Unit 38 and am looking forward to what this writer has in store.

Missing 9 is looking to air in January 2017.

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6 Responses to Jung Kyung Ho and Baek Jin Hee to Star in Korean Drama Missing 9

  1. raistlin0903 says:

    This is getting crazy. Seriously 2017 is going to be a year that I have just got to take a year of from work. No matter what my boss says 😂😂 Seriously though, this sounds cool. It’s sounds kind of like Lost, only different ofcourse. This could turn out to be very good, at least from a story point of view it is very unique. Nice! 😀

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    • Kay says:

      It really is. 2016 has been a phenomenal drama year, and I’m amazed at the potential 2017 already has. With so much to watch, you just tell your boss that’s the way its gotta be, hehe.

      But yeah, I love everything about this plot and cast. It’s definitely different from the kdrama norm. I’m thrilled with the casting of Jung Kyung Ho. I hope we get a little comedy from him in the midst of the survival/mystery scenario. Very excited!


      • raistlin0903 says:

        Seriously…I must not have been awake early this morning when I read this post (do have to admit it was early lol) I just had my focus on the plotline of this series, but it is only now that I see Jung Kyung Ho is in it 😮 (Don’t worry I already kicked myself for this 😂) Okay, this now just moved up to the number 1 spot of my 2017 most anticipated series. Seriously cool 😀

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        • Kay says:

          Haha, yes, you don’t want to miss the fact that Jung Kyung Ho is in it! This one is super high on my 2017 drama list, and I will definitely be watching it. I’m very interested to see if they go the route of Jung Kyung Ho’s character being a more comedic high maintenance celebrity, which I know would be quite humorous in the midst of a survival scenario. Definitely looking forward to it though!

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  2. So interesting! This one started out feeling like a youth-coming of age drama, then took a turn in darker, almost OCN territory… and now it’s locked in on a lighter mystery feel (imo). I think I like this vibe the best for it, so that’s a good thing. We’ll see!

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    • Kay says:

      It’s definitely been through a lot! lol I was interested in the drama back when it was a youth coming of age drama. But ultimately, I like where it has landed. I like everything about the plot and am very happy with the cast. So I’m very hopeful 🙂


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