Lee Bo Young to Star in Korean Drama ‘Mother’

Mother Korean Drama - Lee Bo Young

I had been wondering what had become of this drama. Well, it looks like Lee Bo Young (Whisper) has been confirmed to be starring in the new tvN drama Mother. Mother is a remake of the popular Japanese drama of the same name and is about a woman who kidnaps an abused little girl and becomes her mother. It comes from the writer of Thirst and The Handmaiden.

I find this plot very appealing, and this sounds like a great role for Lee Bo Young. She recently concluded a successful drama in Whisper, and it’s good to see that she has already signed on for a new drama.

Mother is looking to premiere in late 2017 or early 2018 on tvN.

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2 Responses to Lee Bo Young to Star in Korean Drama ‘Mother’

  1. raistlin0903 says:

    Wow, this plot sounds like it could become a very heartbreaking drama indeed. Never seen or heard of the original Japanese drama, but can’t wait to see how this will turn out 😊

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    • Kay says:

      I agree, it does sound like it will be pretty heartbreaking. I’m anxious to see who they cast as the little girl, as there are a couple of child actresses I would love to see in the role. But I’m very interested to see how it turns out too!

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