Yoon Shi Yoon and Jo Jung Suk Offered Starring Roles in Korean Historical Drama “Ugeumchi”

Ugeumchi Korean Drama - Yoon Shi Yoon and Jo Jung Suk

Bring on the historicals! We have another one in the works called Ugeumchi and Yoon Shi Yoon (Your Honor) and Jo Jung Suk (Two Cops) have been offered starring roles. Ugeumchi is set in 1894 during the Battle of Ugeumchi and follows the story of two brothers: one born of the father and his wife and the other born of the father and a slave.

Yoon Shi Yoon would play the son of the wife with Jo Jung Suk as the son of the slave. The drama comes from the writer of Assembly and Jeong Do Jeon and the PD of Six Flying Dragons.

I love that we have yet another historical already on the lineup. Just the first half of 2019 has almost double what we had in all of 2018. And these two actors in lead roles would certainly make this a must see!

Ugeumchi is looking to air in the spring of 2019 on SBS.

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5 Responses to Yoon Shi Yoon and Jo Jung Suk Offered Starring Roles in Korean Historical Drama “Ugeumchi”

  1. MyKDramaticLife says:

    Oh my gosh! Dream cast. ❤ I am currently enjoying Yoon Shi Yoon in Dear Judge while I love everything about Jo Jung Suk. So if both of them accepts the offer, then this one will definitely be my number 1 must-watch historical for next year. Pls pls, PD nim, make it happen. :)))

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  2. Noël says:

    I’m also thrilled and thankful that 2019 is looking more generous in the historical department. 2018’s sageuk drought was tough for me to swallow!

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    • Kay says:

      I know! 2018 just left me confused as to the major lack of historicals. That’s a genre that usually does pretty well, so I wonder why we got so few. But I too am thankful and excited to see so many more already on the books for 2019! 🙂

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