ZE:A’s Im Si Wan and AOA’s Kim Seol Hyun will reportedly lead “Summer Strike”

ZE: A’s Im Si Wan and AOA’s Kim Seol Hyun will reportedly work together in the upcoming drama “Summer Strike” (“I Don’t Want To Do Anything”).

On January 10th, media outlets reported that Im Si Wan and Kim Seol Hyun were chosen to be the main leads of the webtoon-based drama “Summer Strike.” 

Im Si Wan’s agency Plum A&C responded to reports stating that “Summer Strike” is one of the dramas that the idol-actor is currently reviewing. No decision has been made. 

Kim Seol Hyun’s agency FNC Entertainment also shared their side and revealed that their artist is still reviewing the casting offer. 

“Summer Strike” will be the latest work of director Lee Yoon Jung who also helmed the dramas “Coffee Prince,” “Cheese in the Trap,” “The Lies Within,” and more. The upcoming drama will be based on the popular webtoon titled “I Don’t Want to Do Anything.”

The upcoming series will tell the story of a 28-year-old woman who decided to move to a small town and live a minimalist life. 

Im Si Wan was offered to portray the role of Ahn Dae Beom. He’s famous for competing with Seoul National University students in solving math problems 20 years ago. He is currently working as a contractual librarian at Angok Library.

Kim Seol Hyun got the offer to play the role of Lee Yeo Reum. A 28-year-old woman who just started working. She started working at a medium-size company and after becoming a full-time employee, she decided to quit. She den decided to leave Seoul and live in a small town named Angok.

There are still no details on where and when “Summer Strike” will air. 

Im Si Wan is currently starring in the MBC drama “Tracer” with Son Hyun Joo. Go Ah Sung, Park Yong Woo, Chu Sang Mi, and Park Ji Il. He will also join the upcoming movies “Boston 1947,” “Emergency Declaration,” and “Stolen Identity.” 

Meanwhile, Kim Seol Hyun is set to return to the drama scene after two years with the upcoming drama “The Murderer’s Shopping List” with Lee Kwang Soo, Jin Hee Kyung, Shin Sung Woo, and Park Ji Bin. 


What are your thoughts on the possible partnership of two idols turned actors in one drama?

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