Hello Venus’ Yoo Young cast in ‘When The Devil Calls Your Name’

On April 9, it was announced that Yooyoung of the k-pop girl group Hello Venus will be returning to the small screen with tvN’s upcoming fantasy drama When The Devil Calls Your Name.

Jung Kyung-ho (Life On Mars) will be playing a famous songwriter named Harib, maker of several hits and a respected name in the music industry. What no one knows about him is the fact that he sold his soul to a devil in exchange for his talent and fame. When his contract with the devil nears its end, Harib must play a dangerous game to secure his soul. After discovering that his success comes at the cost of another girl’s happiness, he will take it upon himself to return her share of happiness and learn the essence of life. Park Sung-woong (The Smile Has Left Your Eyes) will star as the devil who operates through the body of an actor.

Yooyoung is set to play an idol star in the show. She is a former girl group-member-turned-solo-artist famous for her powerhouse vocals. Since she was a rookie, she has been close to Harib. Her character is described as accident-prone, and she constantly makes troubles for her manager and people around her, bringing a different energy to the drama. The singer-actress made her TV debut in 2013 with SBS’s Wonderful Mama and has since proved her acting chops through roles in movies as well as popular dramas like Who Are You: School 2015. She was last seen in Circle: Two Worlds.

When The Devil Calls Your Name is scheduled to be broadcast in the latter half of the year.

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Indoor Enthusiast (Esha) is a staff writer at Kdramapal. She is responsible for bringing all the latest happenings in Kdramaland, as well as features and recaps of currently airing dramas, to the readers of the site. As a gender studies student, she loves analyzing K-dramas through the lens of gender politics and social justice. You're most likely to find her droning on and on about how Ji Hae-soo from It's Okay That's Love and Sung Bora from Reply 1988 are the best heroines to ever grace our screens. Her favorite dramas tend to be thrillers like Secret Forest and Signal, as well as heartwarming shows like Misaeng. When not in the mood for either of those, you can find her binging on shows about female friendships a la Age of Youth or rom-coms that come with sprinklings of feminism, like Because This Life Is My First. She lives in India, spends all her free time reading books, and would love nothing more than to meet Gong Hyo-jin and sign away her life's earnings to the actress. Indoor Enthusiast can be reached at [email protected]

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