“Brain Cooperation” confirms its casting lineup!

Upcoming KBS drama “Brain Cooperation” announced the final cast lineup of the series.

On July 25th it was confirmed that CNBLUE’s Jung Yong Hwa, Cha Tae Hyun, Kwak Sun Young, and Ye Ji Won will lead the upcoming KBS series. It was also revealed that “Brain Cooperation” will premiere in the first half of 2023. 

“Brain Cooperation” will be about two men who are determined to kill each other as they work together to solve a criminal case relating to a rare brain disease. It will be directed by Lee Jin Seo (“Revolutionary Sisters,” “Heaven’s Order,” “Baby-faced Beauty,” and “Becoming a Billionaire.”)

The production company Samhwa Networks reassured viewers that the main leads Jung Yong Hwa, Cha Tae Hyun, Kwak Sun Young, and Ye Ji Won with overflowing passion and acting experience will surely complete the drama’s goal.

“Brain Cooperation” will be one of the first confirmed series of KBS for 2023. 

Jung Yong Hwa will play the role of Shin Ha Ru, a neuroscientist who came from a golden spoon doctor’s family. He is confident with himself and trusts his beliefs no matter what.

Cha Tae Hyun will play the role of Geum Myung Se. He is a detective with an altruistic brain. Although he looks like a corrupt detective with his outer appearance and rough speech, he is kindhearted.

Kwak Sun Young will portray the character named Seol So Jung, a forensic hypnosis investigator with a timid brain. She is more sensitive to stress than others. She gets nervous even when she only instructs her subordinates. 

Ye Ji Won will give life to the character named Kim Mo Ran. She is the ex-wife of Cha Tae Hyun’s character Geum Myung Se. Despite being divorced, Kim Mo Ran still shamelessly asks for favors from her ex-husband. She also has an uncontrollable sexual desire. 


Are you excited to see the chemistry between Jung Yong Hwa and Cha Tae Hyun in this upcoming KBS series?

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