Lee Joon-gi to reunite with Moon Chae-won in new tvN drama

Lee Joon-gi and Moon Chae-won will team up again in a new tvN drama, their agency Namoo Actors confirmed on January 14.

The two actors, who previously starred together in the 2017 crime thriller Criminal Minds, will be playing the lead roles in Flower Of Evil, a psychological thriller slash melodrama about a married couple. Lee Joon-gi (Lawless Lawyer) signed up for the role of Baek Hee-sung, a psychopath who conceals his true identity.

Moon Chae-won (Mama Fairy And The Woodcutter) will be seen playing Cha Ji-won, a homicide detective married to Baek Hee-sung, who at present is working as a metal craftsman. The two have a daughter and paint the picture of marital harmony. But one day, the dream shatters when Cha Ji-won discovers that her husband is not who he is claiming to be. He has stolen another person’s identity in order to hide his dark past and deceive the society as well as his family. To protect her daughter, she goes on a mission to expose her husband’s past.

The gripping tale will be helmed by Kim Cheol-kyu, a director already well-known for bringing to life excellent thrillers like Confession (2019) and Mother (2018). Yoo Jung-hee, who wrote the 4-episode 2017 drama Naked Fireman, will serve as the screenwriter.

Flower Of Evil is aiming for broadcast in June as a Wednesday-Thursday drama.

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