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“Sky Castle” Actor Song Geon-Hee to Star in Netflix Original Series “Love Alarm”

Actor Song Geon-hee, who played Young-jae’s role in “Sky Castle,” is to star in the much anticipated Netflix Original Series “Love Alarm.”

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On February 11, Song Geon-hee’s management agency announced that the actor has confirmed to act in “Love Alarm.”

“Love Alarm” centers on a virtual mobile application which is designed to alert its users if anyone nearby harbors romantic feelings for them. The story follows people who still want to connect with others through true feelings.

Previously, actors Kim So-hyun, Jeong Ga-ram, Song Kang, Ko Min-shi have confirmed to star in the drama. Following them, Song Geon-hee is joining as a K-pop idol star Max’ role.

Fans are excited to see him in “Love Alarm,” especially because the upcoming role is completely different from his previous characters. The actor’s former works include “Love Playlist” and “My ID Is Gangnam Beauty.”

Netflix original series “Love Alarm” will premiere in 2019.

 

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Kim So-Hyun Confirmed to Star in Netflix Original Based on Popular Webtoon

Kim So-Hyun has confirmed to appear in the Netflix Original Series, “Love Alarm”

On October 18, it was reported that Kim So-Hyun has confirmed to appear in the Netflix Original Series “Love Alarm,” based on the popular webtoon series of the same name.

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The original web cartoon tells a story of young people trying to find true love. However, they live in a society with a phone application that alerts users when someone nearby has feelings for them. Consequently, the application makes it harder for people to express their true feelings to one another.

In the drama, Kim So-Hyun will take on the role of Kim Jo-Jo. Despite the painful family history, the character maintains her positive vibes and sees every situation in her life with much optimism. After the launching of the application that alerts its users of their secret admirers, she encounters a new romance.

Meanwhile, Lee Na-Jung from KBS drama “Fight My Way” will direct the drama, which will consists of eight episodes in total. It will air exclusively on Netflix at the beginning of 2019.

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Drama Adaptation of Web Cartoon Series “Love Alarm” to Premier in 2019 on Netflix

Netflix’ first Korean original drama series, “Love Alarm,” launches the production with a plan to premiere next year.

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The drama adaptation of cartoonist Chun Kye-young’s popular web cartoon series, “Love Alarm,” is ready to launch the production this year.

Centering around a virtual mobile application that alerts its users if anyone nearby harbors romantic feelings for them, the story follows people who still want to connect with people with true feelings. Produced by one of the biggest names of the history of Korean cartoons, the web cartoon series garnered a sensational popularity. Since 2014, the series has been continued to the seventh season.

The drama adaption will be directed by Lee Na-jeong of “Fight for My Way.” The drama will be consist of eight episodes and will premier next year on Netflix.

 

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Kim So-Hyun and Ahn Hyo-Seop in Talks to Appear in Drama Together

Kim So-Hyun and Ahn Hyo-Seop may appear in the first Korean Netflix original drama together!

On August 16, several reports stated that Kim So-Hyun and Ahn Hyo-Seop are in talks to appear in the upcoming drama “Love Alarm” (working title) together.

“Love Alarm” is a first-ever Korean Netflix original, adapting from a popular webtoon series of the same name. The original webtoon tells a story of young people trying to find true love. However, they live in a society with a phone application that alerts users when someone nearby has feelings for them. Consequently, the application makes it harder for people to express their true feelings.

Regarding the casting, a source from Star Haus Entertainment said, “Ahn Hyo-Seop did receive an offer to appear in “Love Alarm” as the male lead. However, nothing has been confirmed.” Meanwhile, Kim So-Hyun’s agency has not responded to the news.

Lee Na-Jung from KBS drama “Fight My Way” will direct the drama, aiming for a simultaneous airing on both tvN and Netflix.

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