Kim Sa-rang considers role in new drama ‘Channel Ohara Revenge’

Actress Kim Sa-rang is in talks to star in the new TV Chosun drama tentatively titled Channel Ohara Revenge.

In a news report released on May 15, an official of TV Chosun said that Kim is “positively reviewing” the offer. According to the network, the series is scheduled for the second half of the year, but no exact date has been set yet.

In 2000, Kim made her debut in the entertainment industry with a supporting role in the drama Anger of Angel, shortly after winning Miss Korea. She is currently a free agent, having not renewed her contract with Brave Entertainment in 2015. In 2014, she made news as the first actor signed with the music agency.

If she accepts the project, this will be her first official return to the small screen, after her lead role in the 2015 JTBC melodrama This Is My Love (also known as My Love Eun-dong). She was last seen in the 2019 tvN fantasy drama Abyss, with recurring cameo appearances as the “before-death” counterpart of Park Bo-young’s character. She is also known for her role in award-winning SBS drama Secret Garden (2010–2011) as Oska’s (Yoon Sang-hyun) first love, Yoon Seul. The role earned her the nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Special in the SBS Drama Awards.

To date, no further details about the drama or the role have been released.

Channel Ohara Revenge will be directed by Kang Min-gu and written by Kim Hyo-jin.

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