Ha Ji Won Steps Down from Korean Spy Thriller Drama “Prometheus”

Prometheus Korean Drama - Ha Ji Won

Well, this is disappointing news. It looks as though Ha Ji Won (Hospital Ship) has stepped down from her role in the upcoming spy thriller Prometheus. She was set to star alongside Jin Goo (Untouchable) for this big budget drama. The reason for her departure has not been revealed yet, but it was confirmed by her agency. So now we will be needing a new leading lady to take on the role.

Prometheus is an action spy drama about a North Korean military officer (Jin Goo) who ends up working in South Korea and a NIS agent who goes undercover to work on the denuclearization of North Korea. It comes from the PD of other action dramas such as IRIS and Chuno.

Prometheus is looking to air sometime in 2019 on MBC.

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4 Responses to Ha Ji Won Steps Down from Korean Spy Thriller Drama “Prometheus”

  1. Kate says:

    Oh no! The premise seemed so tailor made for her. Wonder what happened 😦

    Liked by 1 person

  2. raistlin0903 says:

    Well, it’s always a shame when things like this happen. Especially when a part seems perfect for a certain actor/actress. Hopefully they can find a suitable replacement 😊

    Liked by 1 person

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