Kim Sun Ah and Lee Yi Kyung to Star in Korean Drama “Red Moon, Blue Sun”

Red Moon, Blue Sun Korean Drama - Lee Yi Kyung and Kim Sun Ah

Kim Sun Ah (Shall We Kiss First) and Lee Yi Kyung (Investigation Couple) are set to star in the new MBC drama Red Moon, Blue Sun. Red Moon, Blue Sun is about a woman who has a great life but loses everything after a brief accident and follows her as she tries to uncover the truth behind what happened. It comes from the writer of Village: Secret of Achiara.

Kim Sun Ah will be our heroine who loses everything while Lee Yi Kyung will play a detective who appears to be easygoing and even lazy, but he actually has a strong sense of justice.

Well, I’m certainly curious to see what actually happens to ruin the main character’s life. And I’m so excited to have Lee Yi Kyung step into an actual lead role. He’s had a great year so far with some memorable performances. So a lead role just seems logical at this point.

Red Moon, Blue Sun is looking to air in late 2018 on MBC.

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4 Responses to Kim Sun Ah and Lee Yi Kyung to Star in Korean Drama “Red Moon, Blue Sun”

  1. raistlin0903 says:

    I like the sound of this. Actually Village: Secret of Achiara has been on my to watch list for a while. I actually watched the first episode, but didn’t really get into it. Still….that has happened to me before…so…might give it another go. Definitely interested in seeing what has happened too in this series. 😊 By the way: congrats on passing 700 followers! That is so awesome! 😊😊

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    • Kay says:

      I like the sound of it too πŸ™‚ I also started Village back when it came out and watched 3 episodes. I couldn’t really get into it either so I ended up dropping it. I think I had more issues with the production side of it though, so I’m definitely interested to see what else this writer can do as Village had a great premise. And thank you so much for the congratulations! πŸ™‚ I’m actually at 1576 when combining wordpress and email followers. That completely blows my mind! I never expected that. I’m definitely glad you’re one of them! πŸ™‚

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      • raistlin0903 says:

        Wow!! That is really amazing indeed! Congrats!! 😊😊
        Yeah, I can remember that the first episode had a bit of cringeworthy acting which made me drop it….maybe I will return to it one day. But probably not very soon 😊😊

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        • Kay says:

          Yeah, some of the acting was a bit cringy, but it definitely wasn’t because the actors were bad. It has a great cast, it’s just how they were directed. And then the music was very over dramatic combined with every little thing being played up like it was super scary and intense. Well, that just sucked the intensity right out, lol. It’s one that I too might revisit someday, but probably not for a while πŸ™‚

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