Actress Lee Yo-won might sign up for her much-awaited comeback drama! Korean media outlet YTN Star revealed on April 28 that she is looking over an offer to star in the upcoming series Green Mothers Club (working title).
An official from Lee’s agency Management Koo later confirmed the reports, stating, “Lee Yo-won has received a proposal to appear in the new series Green Mothers Club and is positively reviewing it.” Similarly, producers of the project said, “It is true that we have reached out to Lee Yo-won and that she is currently considering our casting offer. The drama’s exact broadcast schedule is still undecided.”
Green Mothers Club is said to depict true stories about women and motherhood.
Lee Yo-won, one of the highly admired personalities in South Korea’s entertainment industry, has an impressive career that spans over 20 years. Her acting repertoire boasts of an array of genres and roles, the most unforgettable of which is her portrayal of Queen Seondeok in the 2009 eponymous drama by MBC. Lee also appeared in other notable works including the films Fists of Legend (2013) and My Little Brother (2017) as well as the television dramas White Nights (2016–2017), Avengers Social Club (2017), and Different Dreams (2019). If she accepts the offered role, the 41-year-old star is on to grace the small screen for the first time since OCN’s The Running Mates: Human Rights (2019) and is expected to render another one of her nod-worthy performances.
Green Mothers Club will be helmed by Ra Ha-na, the talented director behind JTBC Drama Festa: Human Luwak (2019), while penning the script is writer Shin Lee-won.