KBS2's Monday-Tuesday series "River Where The Moon Rises" will re-film the first 6 episodes of the drama.
KBS announced on March 24 that the drama "River Where The Moon Rises" directed by Yoon Sang Ho and written by Han Ji Hoon will re-shoot the first six episodes of the drama with Na In Woo portraying as On Dal.
The replay of the drama on Korean VOD sites were removed because of former On Dal's (Kim Ji Soo) issue. KBS decided that they will re-film the scenes with Na In Woo in the six episodes so that viewers and fans who wish to see the first episodes can watch it again. This will also be done to attract new viewers as well.
Na In Woo made his appearance from the seventh episode of "River Where The Moon Rises" after it was announced that he will replace Kim Ji Soo. Many praised him for embodying On Dal's character and being a great fit to the drama.
"River Where The Moon Rises" narrates the story of Pyeong Gang who was born as a princess and a soldier. As she aims to be the first Empress of Goguryeo, she will meet On Dal who is the exact opposite as her. Unlike the princess, On Dal is not ambitious and wants to live in harmony. The two will eventually fall in love and work together to achieve Pyeong Gang's dream position.
Aside from starring in "River Where The Moon Rises,” Na In Woo will also be in the upcoming drama "Blue Spring From a Distance" together with Park Ji Hoon, Kang Min Ah, Bae In Hyuk, and more. He gained fame through his appearance in the hit 2020 drama "Mr. Queen.”
"River Where The Moon Rises" airs on KBS every Monday and Tuesday at 9:30 PM KST.