Byun Yo Han will reportedly return to the small screen through the drama adaptation of "Snow White Must Die"
On June 18th, Byun Yo Han's agency Saram Entertainment responded to the reports and stated that the actor is currently reviewing the drama offer and nothing has been decided yet.
The upcoming series "Snow White Must Die" will be based on the German mystery novel of the same name written by Nelle Noahaus. It will depict a series of events that happened in a village and will also showcase the ugly side of human nature.
Byun Yo Han got the offer to play the role of Go Jung Woo. He became a murderer after joining a trip. 11 years after, he will return to his hometown and analyze everything that happened in the past.
"Snow White Must Die" will be produced by Hidden Sequence, other production details are yet to be announced.
If Byun Yo Han accepts the offer, this will be his comeback to the small screen since 2018's "Mr. Sunshine" with Lee Byung Hun, Kim Tae Ri, Kim Min Jung, Yoo Yeon Seok, and more. The actor is very active in films. He previously starred in the movie "The Book of Fish" with Sol Kyung Gu, Lee Jung Eun, Min Do Hee, and more. He will also appear in the upcoming movies "She Died" with Shin Hye Sun and Lee El, "Voice" with Kim Mu Yeol and Kim Hee Won, and "Hansan" with Park Hae Il.
Byun Yo Han made his acting debut in 2011. He made his name known after appearing as a supporting role in the hit drama "Misaeng: Incomplete Life" starring ZE:A's Im Shi Wan and Lee Sung Min. He also became part of the dramas such as "Six Flying Dragons," "Ex-Girlfriend Club," and more.