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Actress Shin Hyun Bin will appear in drama Mystery Queen in the role of a lawyer of a large law firm with perfect beauty and intelligence. She is an obsessive person who is obsessed marrying Ha-wan Seung (Kwon Sang Woo) and desires Ha Wan Seung to become a representative of a law firm after his brothers.
Lee Won Geun will be starring in KBS’s upcoming drama “Mystery Queen” (working title) along with Kwon Sang Woo and Choi Kang Hee. Interestingly, Kwon Sang Woo and Choi Kang Hee are reuniting through this drama in 16 years. “Mystery Queen” is a mystery drama set to air in April after “Chief Kim.”
Lee Won Geun will be playing the role of a handsome police station chief called Inspector Hong. He becomes the chief of a police station shortly after graduating from police university and lacks real experience, but he learns quickly and soon becomes appreciated by his seniors. He looks up to Seol Ok (Choi Kang Hee) and helps her become a real police officer despite the harsh treatment and opposition he receives from police university senior Wan Seung (Kwon Sang Woo).
“I’m very honored and glad to be able to work with seniors I’ve always looked up to. I will do my best to show everyone the various sides I have,” expressed Lee Won Geun.
Lee Won-Geun is cast in upcoming KBS2 drama series “Mystery Queen” starring Kwon Sang-Woo & Choi Gang-Hee. For the drama series, Lee Won-Geun will play major supporting character Hong. He works as the chief of a small police station and he just graduated from the police academy. He isn’t very good in conducting investigations. Hong has difficulties in dealing with Detective Ha Wan-Seung (Kwon Sang-Woo) who was demoted to Hong’s police station. Whenever Detective Ha Wan-Seung ignores Yoo Seol-Ok (Choi Gang-Hee ), Hong tries to cheer her up.
#MysteryQueen's 1st script reading :
First script reading for upcoming KBS2 drama series “Mystery Queen,” starring Kwon Sang-Woo & Choi Gang-Hee, took place February 17, 2017 at KBS Annex Broadcasting Station in Yeouido, South Korea. Main cast members including Kwon Sang-Woo, Choi Gang-Hee, Lee Won-Geun & Jeon Soo-Jin all attended.
“Mystery Queen” first airs April 5, 2017 in South Korea.
From script reading
shooting the drama
There is an article about the upcoming dramas where the protagonists are housewives and one of them is Mystery Queen.
Another picture from filming...
Here’s the first still images of Kwon Sang-Woo in KBS2 drama series “Queen of Mystery.” The still images were taken on Kwon Sang-Woo’s first day of filming for the drama series, which took place February 21, 2017 at a building in a traditional market. The scenes from his first day of filming will appear in ep.1 of “Queen of Mystery.”
“Queen of Mystery” first airs April 5, 2017 in South Korea.
A scene from filming with the protagonists.
Here’s the first still images of Choi Gang-Hee in upcoming KBS2 drama series “Queen of Mystery” co-starring Kwon Sang-Woo. The still images are from Choi Gang-Hee’s first day of filming for the drama series which took place February 22, 2017 in Daejeon and Seoul, South Korea. In the drama series, Choi Gang-Hee plays Yoo Seol-Ok. Her character is housewife, but she loves mystery novels and aspired to become a detective. She teams up with Detective Ha Wan-Seung to solve cases.
“Queen of Mystery” first airs April 5, 2017 in South Korea.
Ajumma Choi Kang-hee and Officer Kwon Sang-woo team up in Mystery Queen
New stills for upcoming ajumma detective drama Mystery Queen have been released. All the cuts of the main character, played by Choi Kang-hee (Dazzling Temptation), look quirky and colorful, while those of her co-star Kwon Sang-woo (Temptation) seem murky and dark. Perhaps the color dynamic is supposed to represent their different approaches to investigating?
The plot is about an ajumma who had childhood dreams of becoming a detective, but real life got in the way, and now she’s saddled with a prosecutor husband and a mother-in-law who don’t appreciate her at all. Due to an unforeseen incident, she becomes embroiled in a mystery that gets her partnered up with a gruff cop who’s all rough edges, played by Kwon Sang-woo. She comes at the case from an angle that’s all theoretical knowledge and deductive reasoning, which she learned from reading mystery novels, but he comes at it with experience and seasoned gut feelings under his belt.
Now it is Lee Won-geun`s turn for stills.
Still images of Kwon Sang-Woo and Choi Gang-Hee in upcoming KBS2 drama series “Queen of Mystery.” The still images are from a scene of Ha Wan-Seung (Kwon Sang-Woo) and Yoo Seol-Ok (Choi Gang-Hee) meeting for the first time. Filming for this scene took place February 22, 2017 in the suburbs of Seoul.
Pretty boy cop and adorable ajumma make a puppy-dog team in Mystery Queen
Finally, we get our first look at Lee Won-geun (Sassy Go Go) as a youthful police officer in the latest stills for his upcoming drama Mystery Queen, which is a ajumma sleuth-comedy starring Choi Kang-hee (Dazzling Temptation) and Kwon Sang-woo (Temptation).
The drama is about an ajumma dreamer, played by Choi Kang-hee, who loves pondering whodunnit puzzles and reading Agatha Christie-type novels. Unfortunately, her desires to pursue her own law enforcement/investigation degree were put on halt when she got married to a demanding man, whose career as a prosecutor came first as a priority in their family life. But due to her insatiable curiosity, she hangs around a crime scene one day, and is singled out by Lee Won-geun to be a civilian consultant on the case.
Mystery Queen has released in the still cut the charisma of Yang Ik Jun, who is playing a villian.
Choi Kang Hee and Kwon Sang Woo Get into Character in First Stills for KBS Drama Mystery Queen
Choi Kang Hee and Lee Won Geun
#MysteryQueen releases teaser posters:
Love the posters. I like the most the poster with the red umbrella. It`s like a painting.
March 9 2017
Here’s 3 teaser posters for upcoming KBS2 drama series “Queen of Mystery” starring Kwon Sang-Woo & Choi Gang-Hee. “Queen of Mystery” will first air April 5, 2017 in South Korea (takes over KBS2’s Wednesday and Thursday 10PM time slot after “Chief Kim.”
Detectives, spies, liars, and new hires in poster parade for spring dramas
A new crop of dramas is headed our way, and we’ve got a whole parade of posters lined up for KBS ajumma sleuth drama Mystery Queen, JTBC spy thriller Man to Man, MBC office human comedy Radiant Office, and tvN youth music drama The Liar and His Lover. I wouldn’t have guessed this from the show descriptions, but so far, the series with the best posters turns out to be Mystery Queen, with a set of stylish shots that make me think of hardboiled detective novels and Humphrey Bogart movies.
Mystery Queen’s posters are straight out of the fantasy life of its ajumma heroine, played by Choi Kang-hee, a mystery novel enthusiast who considers herself an amateur sleuth. She abandoned her dream of becoming a cop when she married a prosecutor, but a mysterious case will give her the opportunity to sharpen her skills and team up with no-nonsense detective Kwon Sang-woo. I love the imagery in the posters, with long shadows, bloody outlines, and the classic gumshoe and femme fatale on the case.
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