K-drama Remake of Goong Confirmed to Head into Production in 2024, K-netizens List Ten Actors and Actresses for the Leads with Lee Do Hyun and Kim Yoo Jung Trending Highest

The K-drama remake of Goong (Princess Hours) which has been discussed for a new years now is for sure a go this year, with confirmed production in 2024. Perhaps it’s not a remake but another adaptation of the source manhwa itself so there definitely is room to do something unique rather than a beat-for-beat but updated for this current gen aesthetic redux. K-netizens sound super excited but its more for the casting clamor at this point, I can see excitement drop if the leads cast aren’t going to generate buzz. There are five actors and five actresses that are all excellent choices being discussed for the role of Crown Prince Lee Shin and high school Princess Bride Shin Chae Kyung. Lee Do Hyun and Kim Yoo Jung are trending highest in the discussion pool and they worked together in Clean with Passion for Now but as siblings haha. If they do get cast here it will be the second time Lee Do Hyun and his female lead went from onscreen siblings to OTP. Other stars the fans want are Lee Jae Wook, Cha Eun Woo, Kim Young Dae, and Moon Sang Min for the male lead and Kim So Hyun, Shin Ye Eun, Go Yoon Jung, and Kim Hye Yoon as the female lead.

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Watch an Entire Drama Love Story in One Picture: A Visual Homage to Some of the Best K-romances

This post doesn’t need any editorializing, and really just needs to be viewed and savored. A talented and oh so generous K-netizen (doing the drama gods service!) created a one picture image for some of the most popular and beloved … Continue reading

Yoon Eun Hye Reveals on Knowing Bros that the Street Date and Kiss Scene with Joo Ji Hoon in Goong was Filmed Live with a Real Crowd

Hearing news on classic Hallyu teen drama Goong (Princess Hours) is like a blast to the past. They really don’t make dramas like this anymore and this one still stands up on rewatch. Female lead Yoon Eun Hye was on … Continue reading

Sliding Scale of When Lead Onscreen Chemistry Saves or Sinks Preposterously Plotted K-dramas

Four episodes into watching K-drama The King: Eternal Monarch and it’s a steady stream of “buh” and “huh” and “snooze…..” The story may be disjointed but there have been way worse written K-dramas that have worked better thanks to the … Continue reading