Cha Seung-won joined hands with director Park Chan-wook... A historical drama comeback after 8 years with 'Jeon, Ran'
Cha Seung-won joined hands with director Park Chan-wook... A historical drama comeback after 8 years with 'Jeon, Ran'
Director Park Chan-wook teamed up with actor Cha Seung-won.

On the 12th, YG Entertainment announced the news of Cha Seung-won's appearance in the Netflix movie 'Jeon, Ran' directed by director Kim Sang-man and produced and written by director Park Chan-wook, foreshadowing his active activities.

'Jeon, Ran' is an era of chaos when the Japanese War broke out. 'Jong-ryeo' (Park Jung-min), the son of the best military official in Joseon, and his handmaid 'Cheon-young' (Kang Dong-won), who grew up together, became enemies as military officers and volunteer soldiers closest to 'Seonjo' (Cha Seung-won). A movie that draws the story of what happens when they meet again.

When the Japanese invasion of Korea broke out in 1592, Cha Seung-won took refuge in the country and the people behind him, and after the war, he took on the role of King Seonjo, who only strives to rebuild the king's authority.

Cha Seung-won, who dominated the screen with his frighteningly overwhelming charisma in the films 'Believer' and 'Night in Paradise', took a step closer to the audience with the warmth of the man next door in the movie 'Sinkhole'. In the drama 'One Day', he created a charming geeky lawyer character with his skill at going back and forth between positive and comedy, and in the drama 'Our Blues', he left a deep lingering impression with his emotionally stimulating 'sweet' acting. In the drama 'Hwajeong', interest in Cha Seung-won-pyo's ancestors is also increasing, as he completed the solitary and lonely 'Cha Seung-won-pyo Gwang-hae' with a new interpretation and received praise.

Actor Cha Seung-won, who has doubled the immersion of viewers by building his own ever-changing character in each work, meets director Park Chan-wook, who draws the charm of the actor to the maximum as well as the story with his unique elegant mise-en-scène and delicate directing, and wonders what explosive synergy he will exert. gets bigger In addition, attention is focused on the chemistry that Cha Seung-won will emit while working with Kang Dong-won and Park Jung-min.

Meanwhile, Cha Seung-won is planning to find fans through the films 'Belief 2' and 'Tyrant' prior to 'Chun, Ran'.

In 2018, in 'Believer', he showed a crazy presence as Brian, the hidden powerhouse of the organization, and in 'Night of Paradise', he became another demonic organization boss and captivated those who saw it. In addition to the interest in Cha Seung-won's performance in 'Believer 2', who has returned to life, expectations are focused on what he will appear in 'Tyrant', his second collaboration with director Park Hoon-jung after 'Night of Paradise'.

In addition, Cha Seung-won is expected to show his unchanging sense of entertainment through a new entertainment program that tvN will prepare and show soon.

Reporter Ryu Ye-ji and Ten Asia translated by google