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Kim Soo Hyun Has Declined the New Netflix Drama

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Kim Soo Hyun has declined the offer to star in the new Netflix drama.

Today, the actor’s agency Gold Medalist stated, “Kim Soo Hyun has declined the offer he received from Netflix original drama Finger (literal title). He is currently reviewing various projects for his comeback.”

Directed by Tune in for Love, Heart Blackened and Eungyo director Jung Ji Woo, Finger tells the story of a sociopath killer who is also a famous architectural interior designer.

About two months ago, Kim Soo Hyun was reported to have been offered to take the lead in Finger and heralded a dynamic transformation. But today, his comeback has been pushed back as he officially turned down the role.

Meanwhile, Kim Soo Hyun announced his grand comeback last year with It’s Okay to Not Be Okay.

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What do you think?

  • It does seem that he doesn’t want to protray a sociopath killer during his comeback period, and that is his choice. Being an American, I respect his choice at this time. Since I enjoy 99% of the Korean dramas and Asian dramas are about all I watch now, I hope he changes his mind someday in the future.

  • I think he has made a wise decision. I find a lot of the Netflix dramas done by Korean actors a bit too “Westernised”, for lack of a better word. I would watch Korean dramas all day everyday but I hesitate to click on any Netflix Original Korean drama.’ It’s OK to Not be OK ‘ was good because it addressed and highlighted a lot of issues that are very relevant to today’s society and life in a positive way by creating an awareness that otherwise has been largely unknown. Kim Soo-Yun’s career direction will change if he takes on this role and I don’t think that would be a good move for him. I don’t know the details of the storyline but from the little description, I agree with his decision 100%. But then, that’s my opinion.

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