Girls Day’s Park So Jin to join the upcoming K-drama “Bo Ra! Deborah”

Girls Day’s Park So Jin will also be part of the upcoming 2023 K-drama “Bo Ra! Deborah.”

It was officially confirmed on December 22nd that Park So Jin will complete the casting of the upcoming ENA k-drama “Bo Ra! Deborah.” 

This will be the second upcoming K-drama of the idol actress for 2023. It was recently revealed that Park So Jin will also join the new K-drama titled “Beneficial Fraud.” 

Park So Jin is currently starring in the SBS drama “Alchemy of Souls Season 2: Light and Shadow.” She is working alongside Lee Jae Wook, Go Yoon Jung, NU’EST’s Hwang Min Hyun, Shin Seung Ho, Yoo Joon Sang, and Oh Na Ra. 

2022 has been a busy year for Park So Jin. She has been part of five drama series such as “Sh**ting Stars,” “Alchemy of Souls Season 1,” “Salon De Nabi,” “May It Please the Court,” and the ongoing second season of “Alchemy of Souls.”

Aside from the two dramas lined up for Park So Jin next year, she will also join the upcoming film “Moradong” and will work with Lee Dong Hwi and Han Ji Eun.

“Bo Ra! Deborah” is a romance-comedy drama that will revolve around a love coach named Deborah and a chic man named Lee Soo Hyuk who is difficult to fall in love with.

Park So Jin will work alongside main leads Yoo In Na, Yoon Hyun Min, and Joo Sang Wook in the upcoming series.

The idol actress will portray the role of Lee Yoo Jung. She is a magazine features editor that has a strong attachment to her work. This will be her reunion K-drama with Yoo In Na. The two have worked together previously in the series “The Spies Who Loved Me.” 

“Bo Ra! Deborah” is the next collaboration work of  Lee Tae Gon and writer Ah Kyung. They previously worked together for the drama “Mad for Each Other.”

The upcoming romantic comedy K-drama will premiere in the first half of 2023 and it will exclusively be available on the broadcast channel ENA.


Are you excited to see more of Park So Jin in 2023?

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