Kang Ha Neul Takes Starring Role in “Trees Die on Their Feet”

Trees Die on Their Feet Korean Drama - Kang Ha Neul

Kang Ha Neul (When the Camellia Blooms) has taken a starring role in the upcoming Korean drama Trees Die on Their Feet. Trees Die on Their Feet is about an old woman who fled North Korea and was separated from her husband and child. She sets up a hotel in South Korea and hopes to reunite with them before she dies. An unknown theater actor pretends to be her grandson in order to fulfill her last wish.

Kang Ha Neul is all set to play the actor. Still considering other starring roles are Youn Yuh Jung (Never Twice) who would play the woman from North Korea and Son Ye Jin (Crash Landing On You) who would play her granddaughter.

Trees Die on Their Feet is is hoping to air later in 2022 on KBS.

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4 Responses to Kang Ha Neul Takes Starring Role in “Trees Die on Their Feet”

  1. beez says:

    Ahhhhh. The beauty of Kang Haneul. I’ll definitely be watching!

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    • Kay says:

      Indeed! It sounds like a good one 🙂

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      • beez says:

        I don’t know if it’ll be good or not but you know I suffer for my biases. 😁

        Have you watched The Pirates 2 yet? I love how he looks a bit heavier than he had been looking. He was far too skinny (for my taste) in Camellia Blooms.

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        • Kay says:

          Haha, don’t we all! 😂😂😂

          I haven’t seen The Pirates movies yet, but they are that ever so long watch list, hehe. I loved him so much in When the Camellia Blooms ❤

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