Kim Young Kwang and Lee Shi Young Offered Lead Roles in Korean Drama ‘Lookout’

Lookout Korean Drama - Kim Young Kwang and Lee Shi Young

Kim Young Kwang (The Man Living in Our House) and Lee Shi Young (My Beautiful Bride) have been offered lead roles in the new MBC thriller drama Lookout. Lookout tells the story of people who seek justice and fight crime after their lives were destroyed from losing loved ones.

Kim Young Kwang would play a prosecutor looking for  revenge, and Lee Shi Young would play an ex-detective who is now part of a civilian lookout group. The drama comes from the director of Two Weeks and new writer Kim Soo Eun.

This definitely sounds like an interesting vigilante sort of story. Both actors are decent, and the director is really good with creating intensity. I’ll be looking forward to more on this one.

Lookout is looking to air in May on MBC.

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