Han So-hee, Park Hee-soon, Ahn Bo-hyun, Kim Sang-ho, Lee Hak-ju and Jang Yull have been confirmed to join the cast of an upcoming noir thriller by Netflix.
The series, whose working title is Undercover, tells the story of Ji-u (Han So-hee), a woman who joins Dongcheon, a top drug cartel, and becomes their mole in the police force as she tries to uncover the truth about her father's death and seek revenge.
The actress is best known for her performance in the hit series The World of the Married.
She will be joined by Park Hee-soon (The Witch: Part 1. The Supervision, 1987) who portrays Choi Mu-jin, the cartel kingpin who takes Ji-u under his wing.
Ahn Bo-hyun, who won audiences over as the villain in Itaewon Class, will play narcotics detective Jeon Pil-do, who becomes Ji-u's police partner.
Kim Sang-ho, known for his role in Kingdom, will play Cha Gi-ho, the chief of the police force's narcotics unit who is obsessed with bringing the cartel down before he retires.
Lee Hak-ju (Sweet Munchies, The World of the Married, Watching) will play Jung Tae-ju, the cartel kingpin's loyal and trusted underling.
Jang Yull will portray Do Gang-jae, a cartel member who was ousted for causing trouble and is seeking revenge against Ji-u.
The series is written by Kim Va-da (Life Risking Romance, The Huntresses). It will be produced by Studio Santa Claus Entertainment and directed by Kim Jin-min, who directed the Netflix original Extracurricular.
Undercover (working title) will be released on Netflix worldwide. A release date has yet to be announced. – Rappler.com