On April 20, the Korean tabloid Soompi reported that Lee Junho and YoonA of Girls’ Generation would feature in King of the Land. The romantic comedy follows Goo Won, a chaebol heir who despises phony smiles. He meets Cheon Sa Rang, who always has a bright grin on her face, even when she doesn’t want to because of her career, and the two set out to discover pleasant days where they may smile brightly together. The phrase “King of the Land ” alludes to a VIP business lounge, a hotelier’s dream come true.
Lee Junho will play Goo Won, a man with everything except common sense when courting. Meanwhile, YoonA will play Cheon Sa Rang, who finds a job at King Hotel, where she had her best childhood memories, and she develops while dealing with discrimination and misunderstanding.
YoonA will be the part of this:
YoonA will play Cheon Sa Rang, a woman who brightens the world just by smiling. Cheon Sa Ra gets a job at King Hotel, where she had her most significant childhood memories, and she grows up while dealing with discrimination and misunderstanding.
“All of Us Are Dead” scriptwriter Cheon Sung Il will be a creator of “King the Land,” which will be produced by npio Entertainment, which also produced “The Red Sleeve,” “Forecasting Love and Weather,” and “A Time Called You.” The drama will also be co-produced by BY4M.
Junho’s film debut:
Junho made his acting debut in the action-thriller ‘Cold Eyes,’ where he wowed the audience. The picture was a hit, grossing over 4.5 million tickets. Junho made his acting debut in the martial arts period drama ‘Memories of the Sword’ in 2015 as Kim Go Eun’s love interest. He then appeared in Lee Byung Heon’s coming-of-age film ‘Twenty,’ opposite Kim Woo Bin and Kang Ha Neul. In November 2021, he debuted as Crown Prince Yi San in the historical romance drama ‘The Red Sleeve,’ with Lee Se Young as Royal Consort Uibin Seong. The drama was a hit, winning eight wins at the 2021 MBC Drama Awards, including the Top Excellence Award.