Park Eun Bin and Yeon Woo Jin Offered Lead Roles in Korean Drama “Nothing to Lose”

Nothing to Lose Korean Drama - Yeon Woo Jin and Park Eun Bin

Park Eun Bin (Age of Youth 2) and Yeon Woo Jin (Queen for Seven Days) have been offered lead roles in the new SBS drama Nothing to Lose. Nothing to Lose follows a hot tempered rookie judge whose brother is framed for murder and then the brother is murdered too. She works to bring the truth to light and get justice.

Park Eun Bin would be our rookie judge while Yeon Woo Jin would be a dedicated judge who works in the same district as her. The drama comes from the PD of Entertainer.

So we have yet another legal drama on the horizon with this one. It is unique with the main characters being judges though. I also like both of these actors, so if they sign on, I would probably give this one a look.

Nothing to Lose is scheduled to air in November on SBS.

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3 Responses to Park Eun Bin and Yeon Woo Jin Offered Lead Roles in Korean Drama “Nothing to Lose”

  1. raistlin0903 says:

    I don’t have a problem with legal dramas. It sounds very intriguing I do have a question though. You say the brother gets framed for murder and then actually murdered. Do yiu mean the brother then gets murdered, or the judge is going to murder someone? Anyway looking forward to this one 😀

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    • Kay says:

      It’s the brother that is framed for murder and then gets murdered himself. The funny is that I actually kept rewriting that particular line multiple times. I couldn’t seem to get it to not sound clunky and still make since. Just couldn’t get it to work, lol. I think I’ll update it and go for clear and clunky, hehe 🙂

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      • raistlin0903 says:

        Haha, no worries, I have that myself as well sometimes. Even multiple rewrites can’t seem to clear it sometimes. Thanks forbthosfor clarification. The premise really does sound cool. Can’t wait for this one 😊

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