On June 5, it was confirmed that the 2 actors might be starring because the leads within the upcoming drama “Vagabond.”
“Vagabond” is about an peculiar man who turns into concerned in an investigation right into a mysterious aircraft crash and subsequently begins to look into the nation’s deep corruption.
Lee Seung Gi might be taking over the position of stuntman Cha Gun, an excessively assured, shameless particular person who has 18 levels of black belt in complete throughout numerous types of martial arts. After he finds himself caught in a very surprising aircraft crash, he dives in to search out the reality of the good conspiracy behind the accident.
Suzy might be taking part in National Intelligence Service agent Go Hae Ri, who determined to develop into a Level 7 civil servant following her father’s loss of life in an effort to assist her mom and youthful sibling who know nothing about how harsh the world could be. While she wished to work as a white agent (somebody who works brazenly as a NIS agent), she finally ends up turning into a black agent (these within the NIS who work in espionage and should disguise their identification) by a collection of problems.
“Vagabond” will mark these two actors’ first manufacturing collectively since “Gu Family Book.” Lee Seung Gi may also be reuniting with director Yoo In Sik, 4 years after they labored on “You’re All Surrounded” collectively. Known for engaged on “Giant,” “History of the Salaryman,” and “Incarnation of Money” collectively, director Yoo In Sik and scriptwriters Jang Young Chul and Jung Kyung Soon might be collaborating as soon as once more for “Vagabond.”
Rounding out the principle solid is Shin Sung Rok, who previously confirmed his casting as National Intelligence Service crew chief Ki Tae Woong. They all just lately met on the drama’s first script studying on June 2.
A supply from Celltrion Entertainment, the manufacturing firm behind the drama, commented, “With the actors, director, scriptwriters, and producers working hand-in-hand, we’ll make a top quality, ‘traditional’ drama that hasn’t been seen lately. We will contact individuals’s hearts with detailed appearing, directing, and writing that doesn’t omit something, from espionage and motion, to surprising twists and thrilling moments, to melodrama and humor.”
With Sony Pictures in command of worldwide distribution, “Vagabond” is aiming to air collectively in Korea, the United States, and Japan.