Kang Ji Hwan and Kim Ok Bin Offered Lead Roles in Korean Drama “Children of a Lesser God”

Children of a Lesser God Korean Drama - Kang Ji Hwan and Kim Ok Bin

Kang Ji Hwan (Monster) and Kim Ok Bin (Yoo Na’s Street) have been offered lead roles in the new OCN drama Children of a Lesser God. Children of a Lesser God is a supernatural crime drama about an expert investigator and a rookie investigator with the ability to sense who ghosts who team up to solve a case at a large corporation.

Kang Ji Hwan would be the expert with Kim Ok Bin as the ghost sensing rookie. The PD of Heirs and Midas is on board along with new writer Han Woo Ri. So OCN is off and running with its 2018 lineup. It seems to be sticking with the supernatural crime trend too like its currently airing Black. If it works, it works.

Children of a Lesser God is looking to air in the first half of 2018 on OCN.

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