Actor Kim Seon Ho to Make a Comeback In Drama

The South Korean Kim Seon Ho is reportedly to make a comeback on the small screen. Prior to making his film debut with Good Manager in 2017, he started his career on stage and performed in a number of plays.

He became well-known after appearing in the television series Start-Up (2020), and he furthered his notoriety by playing the lead in the Netflix and tvN production Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha (2021). He was chosen as Gallup Korea’s Television Actor of the Year in 2021.

According to a rumor from JTBC News on October 19, Kim Seon Ho will make a comeback with the drama “Hash’s Shinru.” A spokesperson for Kim Seon Ho’s agency SALT Entertainment responded to the report by saying, “Actor Kim Seon Ho has gotten an offer to star in the drama ‘Hash’s Shinru,’ and he is positively in talks.”

In the period of King Sejong’s rule, the historical love story drama “Hash’s Shinru” is set (1418-50). The drama centers on the relationship between a mystifying girl with precognitive abilities and crown prince Yi Hyang, who enjoyed science studies and stargazing at night.

The web book of the same name, created by Yoon Yi-su, served as the inspiration for the drama. Yoon will pen the drama series’ upcoming season’s script. “Love in the Moonlight,” written by Yoon, was adapted into a successful drama series of the same name in 2016 starring Park Bo-gum.

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Some of the Previous Projects of Kim Seon Ho.

Kim Seon Ho

The part of Lee Hyang, the crown prince, has apparently been offered to Kim Seon Ho. After “100 Days My Prince,” if he takes the part, this will be his second historical drama.

Following the conclusion of the tvN drama “Hometown Cha Cha Cha” in 2017, Kim Seon Ho experienced a privacy dispute. After finishing filming for “Sad Tropical,” directed by Park Hoon Jung, he made a covert announcement about his comeback. He is now getting ready to make his screen debut.

Kim made his acting debut in the KBS2 workplace drama Good Manager at the beginning of 2017. He played a cunning conman in the action comedy ‘Two Cops later in 2017, which garnered him two wins at the 2017 MBC Drama Awards.

Additionally, in 2018, he starred in the historical drama 100 Days My Prince, which went on to become one of the most well-liked programs ever to air on Korean cable television. He received the Gallup Korea Television Actor of the Year award in 2021.