Actors Kwon Sang Woo and Bae Sung Woo will join hands as a delightful duo.
SBS’s new Friday-Saturday drama Flying Gaecheonyong (literal translation) has confirmed the casting of Kwon Sang Woo and Bae Sung Woo.
Flying Gaecheonyong tells the story of two men who represent the voices of judicial victims who are falsely accused.
Kwon Sang Woo plays Park Tae Yong, a high school graduate public defender. He uses “being nosy” and a sense of justice as his weapons. He wins the retrial of a criminal case for the first time in judicial history, marking a change in his life.
Kwon Sang Woo said, “It is an honor to meet you with a meaningful role. “I will make a good drama with great staff, so please look forward to it.”
Bae Sung Woo plays Park Sam Soo, an unemployed reporter. He leaves a successful career to look for stories that others can’t see. He meets Park Tae Yong by chance and enters the “rough” road he has never faced before.
Bae Sung Woo said, “I’m excited and thrilled to be part of a meaningful work. I will do my best to show you a great drama.”
A pleasant synergy between the two is expected. The drama will deliver a cool counterpunch to unreasonable reality, offering empathy and catharsis.
Flying Gaecheonyong is written by producer Kwak Jung Hwan and author Park Sang Kyu, who introduced the series Miss Hammurabi and Chief of Staff series. It is scheduled to air in the second half of this year.