Choi Daniel considers upcoming JTBC drama opposite Kim Hyang-gi

Choi Daniel and Kim Hyang-gi might star in a drama together!

Choi’s agency, J, Wide Company, revealed in a statement that the actor has received an offer to star in the upcoming JTBC drama Fly, Butterfly. He is best known for his roles in The Ghost Detective (2018) and Jugglers (2017). Kim Hyang-gi (At Eighteen) is reportedly also considering a role in the drama.

Set in a hair salon, Fly, Butterfly (tentative title) will revolve around the everyday work and struggles of salon workers as they grow and learn to love themselves. Park Yeon-seon, who wrote both seasons of the much-beloved Hello, My Twenties! and worked on Diary of a Prosecutor (2019, credited as creator), is in charge of the script for the show.

Fly, Butterfly will be co-directed by Kim Da-ye of Hello Dracula (2020) fame and Kim Bo-kyung of The Wind Blows. It is targeting to start production in the second half of this year or the first half of next year.

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