First look at Pyo Ye-jin’s character in new stills from ‘Taxi Driver’

Pyo Ye-jin has jumped right into filming after being cast as Naeun‘s replacement in the drama Taxi Driver.

SBS’s upcoming Friday and Saturday thriller drama revolves around a taxi company’s special service, where it carries out revenge orders for its customers. It also stars Lee Je-hoon (Where Stars Land), Esom (Save Me 2), Kim Eui-sung (Arthdal Chronicles), Jang Hyuk-jin (Awaken), Cha Ji-yeon (Scent of a Woman), and Bae Yoo-ram (Zombie Detective).

The released stills feature Ahn Go-eun’s double life as the company’s clerk during the day and its hacker at night. To play Go-eun, Pyo (VIP, Lovestruck in the City) transforms into a wild, boyish, and charming character. In one photo, she is wearing a cap in reverse and is sucking on a lollipop. With her skills, Go-eun can extract all kinds of information from anything digital, be it mobile phones, CCTVs, computers, and a lot more. As the company’s hacker and tech expert, Go-eun plays an important role in the success of the missions by serving as the eyes and ears of the taxi drivers and guiding them as they carry out the revenge orders. She is very close to Kim Do-gi (played by Lee Je-hoon) and considers him family.

Pyo Ye-jin as Ahn Go-eun in Taxi Driver 1
Pyo Ye-jin as Ahn Go-eun in Taxi Driver 2
Pyo Ye-jin as Ahn Go-eun in Taxi Driver 3
Pyo Ye-jin as Ahn Go-eun in Taxi Driver 4

The production staff of the Taxi Driver said, “Pyo Ye-jin boasted a perfect synchronization rate with her character from the first shoot, and everyone on the set just admired her. She has poured her body and soul into her performance, so please look forward to seeing her character in the drama.”

Taxi Driver will premiere on SBS on April 9 at 10 p.m. KST, taking over the time slot currently occupied by Penthouse 2.

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Luna

It was Princess Lulu who first introduced her to Korean dramas but it was Yoon Ji-hoo from Boys Over Flowers who enticed her to stay in K-dramaland. She writes news and features for Kdramapal, which combines two of her most favorite things in the world—writing and K-dramas (look who's living the dream). The name Luna literally translates to "moon" and nothing special; she just likes writing at night.

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