Cha Joo Young is ready to unveil a new character as she is offered to star in a historical drama. Curious about her possible role? Then read on.
Cha Joo Young Prepares to Have Her Historical Drama Debut With ‘Wongyeong’
Cha Joo Young is rumored to star in a historical drama. On May 9, her agency Ghost Studio confirmed that the actress received a casting offer to appear in “Wongyeong,” and is positively discussing the potential project.
“Wongyeong” depicts the story of King Taejong and Queen Wongyeong, who rule the new dynasty.
In particular, Cha Joo Young is being courted to play the role of Queen Wongyeong. She is a person with great desire and power. Even though she becomes the queen, she also has a feud with King Taejong.
If Cha Joo Young confirms her participation in the project, “Wongyeong” will be her first-ever historical drama.
In addition, the production is already busy casting for the series, and is tentatively scheduled to be released sometime in 2024.
Cha Joo Young Stars in ‘The Real Has Come’ With Ahn Jae Hyun
Cha Joo Young rose to fame after her compelling and fierce performance in the award-winning drama “The Glory.” Though she acted as one of the villains, the breakout star captivated the viewers with her immersive acting.
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Thanks to this series, new doors opened for the actress, and immediately landed another challenging role in the ongoing romance series “The Real Has Come.”
She takes the role of Jang Se Jin, a chief secretary at a major company and Gong Tae Kyung’s (Ahn Jae Hyun) first love.
Where to Watch Cha Joo Young
The 32-year-old star also had a couple of works before that you can add to your watchlist. Cha Joo Young made her short appearance in tvN’s fantasy-romance drama “The Heavenly Idol.”
In 2022, she played the role of Yang Yang in Watcha’s “Alice, the Final Weapon.” In the same year, she shared the frame with Lee Joon Gi in the mystery-revenge series “Again My Life.”
Cha Joo Young also appeared in “Chimera,” “The Spies Who Loved Me, ” “Wok of Love,” “Jugglers,” “The Gentlemen of Wolgyesu Tailor Shop,” “Cheese in the Trap,” “Dr. Frost,” and “My Unfortunate Boyfriend.”
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