Kim Hyun Joo, Park Hee Soon, Park Byung Eun And Ryu Kyung Soo Confirmed For Upcoming Netflix Series By The Director Of “Train To Busan”

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Netflix has confirmed the production and casting lineup of their upcoming series “Family Gravesite”!

On October 17, Netflix confirmed the production and casting of actors Kim Hyun Joo, Park Hee Soon, Park Byung Eun, and Ryu Kyung Soo for their upcoming series. It is expected to show you a new Universe.

“Family Gravesite” depicts an incident that takes place as the secrets of a family are revealed. After the sudden death of Yoon Seo Ha’s uncle, she inherits the family’s gravesite and ominous things begin to happen.

Director Yeon Sang Ho participated in planning and screenwriting for this work, who has previously directed works such as “Train to Busan” and “Hellbound,” and. It combines the theme of “family Gravesite,” which touches the roots of Koreans, with family history.

Director Min Hong Nam is in charge of directing. Director Min has been working together with director Yeon Sang Ho for a long time, taking charge of assistant director in work such as “Train to Busan,” “Psychokinesis,” and “Peninsula.”

Kim Hyun Joo plays the role of Yoon Seo Ha, the heir of the family gravesite. She has worked with director Yeon Sang Ho in the drama “Hellbound” previously.

Park Hee Soon plays the role of Choi Sung Joon, a detective who digs up the case. He recognized that a series of ominous events in the village were related to inheritance.

Park Byung Eun takes the role of Park Sang Min, Sung Joon’s junior and class president.

Ryu Kyung Soo plays the role of Seo Ha’s half-brother, Kim Young Ho. He will appear out of nowhere and throw Seo Ha into chaos.

Are you excited for this new series?

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My personal thoughts- written by Jass K.

Thats a very interesting concept. The casting is filled with amazing actors who are known for going above and beyond to deliver great performances, so I am definitely excited about what will come.

I like such types of kdramas and since its made by Netflix I now have even higher expectations.

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