Golden Child‘s Bomin has been confirmed to appear in new drama based on popular webtoon “Spirit fingers.”
On March 23, his agency Woollim Entertainment announced that Golden Child’s member Bomin will appear in the role of Gu Seon Ho in the new drama “Spirit Fingers.”
“Spirit Fingers,” which is based on a popular webtoon of the same name by writer Han Kyoung Chal, is a healing high school rom-com drama that tells the story of an ordinary high school girl when she joins a colorful and strange painting meeting.
Screenwriter Jung Yoon Jung, who wrote “Misaeng” and “The Bride of Habaek” will join as the writer of the drama.
Bomin plays the role of Gu Seon Ho, who is the vice-chairman of the ‘Spirit Fingers’ group, and is a character with good looks, excellent painting skills, athletic ability, and a friendly personality. He has a crush on his female friend Nam Green, the chairman of the group, whom he has known since middle school, for about seven years.
Bomin, who debuted as a member of the group Golden Child in 2017, first tried acting in 2019 with the playlist drama season 2 of “A-TEEN.” He was then recognized for his solid acting skills through tvN’s “Melting Me Softly,” JTBC’s “18 Again,” and Kakao TV’s original “Shadow Beauty,” which had his first lead role, and he perfectly established himself as an actor.
Through “Spirit Fingers,” Bomin is expected to raise the completeness of the work by unraveling Gu Seon Ho’s psychology and charm with delicate acting.
Are you excited to see him in this drama?