K-movie Actress Park So Dam is the Female Lead of Cinderella and Four Knights with Jung Il Woo and Ahn Jae Hyun

Casting is complete in a really surprising yet promising way for an upcoming online drama based on a popular webtoon. Cinderella and Four Knights, which already cast the two main male leads in Jung Il Woo and Ahn Jae Hyun, has now found its Cinderella and two more additional knights. I’m pretty shocked to see that talented young movie actress Park So Dam is playing the female lead, I was so expecting some pretty face bland idol actress to get this type of role. Park So Dam has an incredible movie resume already at 24 years old and is kinda slumming it in a web drama like this, but we audiences will be the lucky ones who get to watch her onscreen. Rounding out the Four Knights cast will be CNBLUE‘s Lee Jung Shin and Choi Min, both serviceable actors. The story is about a high school student who dreams about becoming a vet, one day her path crosses with a chaebol president and she ends up living in a mansion with three rich young men with attitudes and one flower boy security guard.

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K-movie Actress Park So Dam is the Female Lead of Cinderella and Four Knights with Jung Il Woo and Ahn Jae Hyun — 15 Comments

    • Yeah, they vary in length, some are only around five minutes per episode and they can be up to twenty minutes per episode. This one sounds cute and I have a soft spot for Jung Il Woo who is always adorable so I’ll probably watch. Since they’re short it’s never a huge commitment, even if the show is stupid. lol

  1. She’s so pretty and good, and hopefully, this project will be the push Jung Il Woo needs to get bigger recognition, everyone knows he’s handsome and good, but I want him to succeed.
    Ahn Jae Hyun better work on his acting, from tone to facial expressions. His pretty face won’t get him far.

    • LOL everyone knows What?…looks r subjective. some ppl find JIW not good looking at all. he’s not a great actor, nothing amazing.

  2. what is her agency thinking, she is a true actress and she had a breakout year with nothing but praise all around but for her followup they want to stick her in some forgotten-in-five-minutes web drama with some washed-up flower boys?

  3. I didn’t find her very likeable in what I saw of Because It’s the First Time (she felt very cold and not authentic on screen), but hoping that was more due to character issues than acting.

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