Bae Doo Na Offered Lead Role in Korean Drama “The Best Divorce”

The Best Divorce Korean Drama - Bae Doo Na

Bae Doo Na (Secret Forest) has been offered the lead role in the new drama The Best Divorce. The Best Divorce is a remake of the Japanese drama of the same name and will follow the stories of people in their 30’s as they navigate marriage, family, and divorce.

The Japanese drama was penned by the same writer as the Japanese version of Mother. Not many other details have been released concerning the characters and other potential cast.

The Best Divorce is looking to air later in 2018.

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2 Responses to Bae Doo Na Offered Lead Role in Korean Drama “The Best Divorce”

  1. Timescout says:

    This could work. Only, they need the right scriptwriter and PD to properly capture the quirky in the original. It’s just that Korea does not have a great track record with remaking jdramas. Many have this feel that is so very “Japan” and in many cases just doesn’t translate, especially to Korean sensibilities.

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    • Kay says:

      Yep, it always comes down to getting that right combination. I know what you mean. Kdramas and jdramas have very distinct feels to them so the adaptations usually end up being very different from the original. This drama sounds like it really fits the jdrama style. Of course, I’m sure the general plot would work as a kdrama, but it would probably end up being different in tone unless the team behind it is actively working to capture that original feel.

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