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[26-Oct-2019] Arrrhhhhh... finally some news (though yet to be 100% confirmed). I wonder why it took so long for them to confirm that #JooWon #주원 #周元 will be taking up this project. I have read some articles that linked him to this new drama months ago, not long after he discharged from the army early this year. I hope the delay was due to good reasons like e.g. beefing up the script, selecting the best production team and cast members... I can't wait to see JW back on the small screen. I miss "chasing" his dramas every week. This would be Wonnie's comeback project and first full length sci-fic drama. His last drama before his national service enlistment was the Joseon period comedy drama #MySassyGirl (我的野蛮女友) in 2017. His previous only attempt in a sci-fic film was the mini web drama "Clocking Out" (특근) which he worked with Kim Kang-woo and Kim Sang-joong. . . ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆ It looks like Kim Hee-sun (Room No. 9) and Joo-won (My Sassy Girl) are the top contenders to be the leads in upcoming SBS drama Alice, with reports saying they’re close to confirming. More recently, it’s been announced that Kwak Shi-yang (Welcome 2 Life) has also received an offer to join them. Sci-fi romance drama Alice is about a woman and a man who make their final goodbye at death, but miraculously meet again, stepping over the boundaries of time and space. If Joo-won confirms, this will be his first drama after returning home from military service. Kim Hee-sun is set to play a genius physicist who holds the key to the secrets of time travel. Due to the time shift aspect of this drama, Kim Hee-sun must play a 20-year-old, a 30-year-old, and a 40-year-old version of herself, which should be no problem since she’s virtually ageless. She meets a police investigator, to be played by Joo-won, who insists that their reunion is fated. Together, they begin to pursue a case that helps her uncover the secrets of time as well as some secrets about herself. The role that Kwak Shi-yang has been offered is that of a time traveler who is the manager of Hotel Alice. SBS’s Alice, directed by Baek Soo-chan (Girl Who Sees Smells), is set to air in the first half of next year. Source: Dramabeans

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