Dal★Shabet’s Woohee joins female cast of new drama ‘Postnatal Care Center’

Rookie actress and Dal★Shabet member Bae Woo-hee is the newest addition to the lineup of female stars in the upcoming tvN comedy series Postnatal Care Center.

Postnatal Care Center will revolve around the lives of older women from different backgrounds who meet each other while adjusting to childbirth and receiving services at a postpartum care center.

Previously confirmed cast members of the drama include Uhm Ji-won (The Cursed), Park Ha-sun (Love Affairs in the Afternoon), Jang Hye-jin (Crash Landing on You), and Choi Ri (My First First Love).

Uhm Ji-won will take on the role of new mother Oh Hyun-jin, the oldest patient in the care center while Park Ha-sun will portray Jo Eun-jung, a mother who the other patients look up to. In addition, Jang Hye-jin will play as the director of the postnatal care center, Choi Hye-sook, and Choi Ri will play the 22-year-old CEO of a lingerie mall who will be drawing the attention of the mothers with her fashion style and youthful mien.

More details are yet to be revealed about Bae Woo-hee’s role in the series. But recent reports say that she will be portraying the character Hee-won, the junior of the drama’s male protagonist. She is a young lady who possesses an undeniable charm and a strong personality.

Bae (professionally known by the mononym Woohee) made her small-screen debut with a cameo role in the 2014 tvN drama Reply 1994. Since then, she has taken part in more cameos and has appeared in The Lover and Persevere, Goo Hae-ra in 2015. In the same year, she furthered her acting career by playing a supporting role in The Time We Were Not in Love. Her latest project was also as a supporting cast member in the 2019 family series Home for Summer. On the current drama, the actress said, “I will exert my best efforts in contributing to the work.”

Postnatal Care Center will be helmed and penned by director Park Soo-won of Big Forest (2018) and screenwriter Kim Ji-soo of In Still Green Days (2015), respectively. It is set to air in the second half of 2020 as a Monday-Tuesday drama.

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