Kim Nam-gil Ireland without Seo Ye-ji Lee Da-hee Cha Eun-woo

Kim Nam-gil Ireland without Seo Ye-ji Lee Da-hee Cha Eun-woo and Sung-joon’s lineup will be on air in December

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Kim Nam-gil, Lee Da-hee, Cha Eun-woo and Sung-joon will work together as “Ireland.”

The original TVing series “Ireland” reported the confirmation of the lineup of actors Kim Nam-gil, Lee Da-hee, Cha Eun-woo and Sung-joon on October 6.

“Ireland” (directed by Bae Jong/written by Oh Bo-hyun (Kit Project), which was confirmed to be released in December, is a fantasy action film based on Yoon In-wan, Yang Kyung-il, and is a drama about the journey of characters who have a destiny to fight against evil to destroy the world.

The original cartoon “Ireland” is by Yoon In-wan and Yang Kyung-il, the masters of the Korean cartoon world. It was remastered as a webtoon for the first time in 19 years since its publication in 1997, and later gained popularity as it was serialized on Naver Webtoon.

“Ireland,” which will be dramatized, will reinterpret the legends and tales of beautiful island Jeju in a modern way. On top of that, director Bae Jong, who has been recognized for his outstanding and delicate directing skills across humanism and action, such as the movies “Welcome to Dongmakgol” and “Fabricated City,” will grab the megaphone.

Kim Nam-gil plays “Ban,” who confronts evil in preparation for the end of the world in Ireland, but is raised as a tragic being who cannot fit in with humans. Ban is a person who has a destiny to protect the world, and he agonizes over what value he should keep even while abandoning himself.

Lee Da-hee plays Won Mi-ho, a third-generation chaebol and a teacher. Won Mi-ho will live an unwanted self-reflection life as a fixed-term teacher on Jeju Island without knowing his fate.

Cha Eun-woo played the role of “Yohan,” a hip Catholic priest. The important role of the play is a role with a noble calling to protect life and purify evil, and behind it is a character with a desperate and dark past.

Seong-jun and Ban (Kim Nam-gil) transform into a “gungtan” raised as a punishment for defeating evil

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