Kim Kyung Nam in talks to replace Park Sung Hoon in “Only One Person”

Kim Kyung Nam will reportedly join the upcoming drama “Only One Person” as the new male lead!

Several reports stated on July 14th that the confirmed male lead, actor Park Sung Hoon, has decided to withdraw from the drama “Only One Person.” He will be dropping out from his role due to personal reasons and schedule problems. With this, Kim Kyung Nam is said to receive the offer to replace him. 

Reports also stated that Kim Kyung Nam is currently reviewing the offer to be the main lead of the upcoming JTBC drama. 

“Only One Person” will be helmed by Oh Hyun Jong and written by Moon Jung Min. It is set to have a total of 16 episodes and will reportedly air in December. The story will revolve around a terminally ill woman who will encounter a man with a low-income life as they become precious persons to each other while going through a murder case. 

Kim Kyung Nam will reportedly be the male lead named Cho Shi Young, an inspector at the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency. He will be working with terminally ill female lead Ahn Eun Jin. Other cast members of the drama includes Red Velvet’s Joy, Kang Ye Won, and Go Doo Shim. 

Once “Only One Person” finalizes the casting, the production team will begin filming this coming August.

Kim Kyung Nam is currently starring in the ongoing drama “Revolutionary Sisters” with Jeon Hye Bin, Go Won Hee, Hong Eun Hee, and more. The actor’s career is on the rise with his continuous participation in hit dramas. He was also part of the dramas namely “The King: Eternal Monarch,” “Special Labor Inspector Jo,” “Where Stars Land,” “About Time,” “Come and Hug Me,” “Prison Playbook,” and many more. 


Do you think Kim Kyung Nam will be a good fit in the upcoming drama “Only One Person?”

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