IU, a South Korean singer-actress, and Park Bo-gum, a South Korean actor, will co-star in the forthcoming drama You Have Done Well, which is the English translation of its Korean title, which is in the Jeju dialect.
The drama will be written by Sang Choon (Fight for My Way, When the Camellia Blooms) and directed by Kim Won-seok, according to a report from Soompi on Friday, January 27. (Signal, My Mister, Misaeng: Incomplete Life). Production will commence at the beginning of 2023.
You Have Done Well will be viewed as Jeju Island-born characters Ae Soon and Gwan Shik will be portrayed by IU, whose given name is Lee Ji-eun, and Bo-gum, respectively. The 1950s-set series will chronicle the lives of the two protagonists, Ae Soon, a timid yet courageous rebel who aspires to be a poet but cannot attend school, and Gwan Shik, a hardworking though silent fighter who is in love with Ae Soon.
Over a decade ago, IU and Bo-gum were last seen on television together in a romantic video advertisement.
“Strawberry Moon” vocalist Bo-gum is well-known for Love in the Moonlight, Record of Youth, Reply 1988, Encounter, Itaewon Class, Hello Monster, and Boys Over Flowers, while IU is recognized for Hotel de Luna, My Mister, Dream High, The Producers, and Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart.