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“All Of Us Are Dead” Yoo In Soo confirmed to join tvN’s Return

“All Of Us Are Dead” Yoo In Soo will be added to the cast of tvN’s “Return.”

On March 21st several media outlets confirmed that Yoo In Soo is starring in the upcoming drama “Return” written by the famous Hong Sisters.

Yoo In Soo will be joining the casts Lee Jae Wook, Jung So Min, NU’EST Hwang Min Hyun, Shin Seung Ho, Yoo Joon Sang, Oh Na Ra, Jo Jae Yoon, and Oh My Girl’s Arin.

“Return” will be directed by Park Joon Hwa¬†( “What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim?”) and the script will be written by Hong Sisters — Hong Jung Eun and Hong Mi Ran, who were also the writers for “Hotel del Luna,” “A Korean Odyssey,” “The Master’s Sun,” “My Girlfriend Is a Gumiho,” and more.

The series is a fantasy romance genre that will revolve around people who have changed fate after their encounter with “hwanhonsool” (the soul of the dead returning to the living).

Yoo In Soo will play the role of Park Dang Gu, the successor to Songlim, the country’s largest company.

The production team shared, “Actor Yoo In Soo will make the lineup much stronger. We ask for your anticipating on the acting skills and charming potential that will be shown by Yoo In Soo’s character Park Dang Gu.”

“Return” will premiere this year.

“Return” will be the follow-up drama of Yoo In Soo after the global Netflix hit “All Of Us Are Dead.” The actor made his acting debut in 2017.

Through the 2021 Netflix original series “All Of Us Are Dead,” Yoo In Soo became more known. The actor has already starred in several dramas, such “Strong Woman Do Bong Soon,” “School 2017,” “Avengers Social Club,” “Life,” “Moment At Eighteen,” “At A Distance, Spring Is Green,” and more.

Aside from “Return,” Yoo In Soo will also join the upcoming drama “Flying Butterfiles.”

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