Yoo Ji Tae will reportedly join the upcoming drama “Vigilante.”
On May 17th several media outlets reported that Yoo Ji Tae is joining Nam Joo Hyuk and Lee Joon Hyuk in the upcoming series “Vigilante.”
Yoo Ji Tae’s agency BH Entertainment responded to the reports and confirmed that the actor is positively reviewing the drama.
“Vigilante” is a drama that will be based on the Naver webtoon of the same name written by CRG and illustrated by Kim Kyu Sam. The series will revolve around Kim Ji Young, a police college student who becomes a vigilante and kills criminals every weekend.
Kim Ji Young will be portrayed by Nam Joo Hyuk. Lee Joon Hyuk will play as Cho Kang Ok, the vice-chairman of DK Group and architect of Vigilante.
Yoo Ji Tae got the offer to play the role of Cho Hun, the head of the investigation team at the metropolitan investigation unit.
“Vigilante” will reportedly premiere through a global OTT platform. There are no other details yet on when the drama will air.
Yoo Ji Tae will be in several upcoming dramas. First, he will be leading the Korean version of “Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area” with Kim Yoon Jin, Park Hae Soo, Jeon Jong Seo, Lee Won Jong, and Kim Ji Hoon. He will also join the upcoming series “Super Note: The Heyday of the Villains.” The actor will also be the director of the upcoming film “The Man Only I Can See.”
He also recently opened his official Youtube channel to communicate more with his supporters.
Yoo Ji Tae is known for starring in the dramas “When My Love Blooms,” “Different Dreams,” “Mad Dog,” “The Good Wife,” “Healer,” and more.