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Woo Do Hwan reportedly to cast as male lead in OCN’s new drama “Hero”

South Korean actor Woo Do Hwan currently reviewing his appearance in OCN’s upcoming drama Hero!

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An official from drama station stated on June 10 that Woo Do Hwan will be playing the character of Oh Kyu Tae, the male lead character in OCN’s new drama Hero.

However, Key East, Woo Do Hwan’s agency clarified on the same day, “The new drama titled Hero is one of Woo Do Hwan’s projects that was proposed and still under review.”

Hero begins from the wild imagination of the people that there is a huge, invisible hand behind the current state of justice, in which justice is denied for those who perform good deeds and are treated more like criminals.

Woo Do Hwan will be playing the character of Oh Kyu Tae, a former prosecutor and due to some circumstances, he is now unemployed.

His character was an amateur boxer until high school, but he stopped after his brother’s mysterious suicide. He then studied hard to become a promising detective and prosecutor.

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But after failing to keep his anger during a trial, he was forced to retire in the prosecution and his license as a lawyer got suspended for the next 10 years.

Moreover, Hero is written by Park Hee Gang, the author of The Ice and produced by Daydream Entertainment. It is scheduled to air on OCN.

Meanwhile, Woo Do Hwan is currently starred in Netflix’s Korean drama series The King: Eternal Monarch, which is set to end this coming friday, June 12.

Are we going to see Woo Do Hwan again in the screen before his military enlistment?

Stay tuned for more updates!

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