Girl’s Day’s Sojin has joined the forged of SBS’s “The King: Everlasting Monarch”!
On March 27, it was declared that Sojin would be appearing in the really-predicted new drama penned by Kim Eun Sook, the well known writer behind strike dramas “Goblin,” “Descendants of the Sunshine,” “Mr. Sunshine,” and “Heirs.” In accordance to her company, Sojin received her purpose in the drama by successfully undergoing the complete audition process.
“The King: Everlasting Monarch” is a fantasy romance drama about two parallel universes. Just one universe is a democracy that resembles modern-day-working day Korea as we know it, although the other is an alternate universe in which Korea is an empire ruled by a one monarch. In order to combat evil and shut the door between their two worlds, the ruler of the Korean Empire—Emperor Lee Gon (performed by Lee Min Ho)—ends up signing up for forces with Jung Tae Eul, a detective who resides in modern-day Korea (played by Kim Go Eun).
Sojin, who a short while ago appeared in the strike SBS drama “Stove League,” will be participating in the part of psychiatrist Jo Hae In in “The King: Eternal Monarch.”
“The King: Everlasting Monarch” is at this time scheduled to premiere in mid-April. In the meantime, test out a teaser for the drama right here!
You can also view Sojin in her most up-to-date drama “Stove League” with English subtitles below:
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