by lo_ve, July 8, 2021
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Park Hae Eun is no longer part of the cast of the upcoming drama "Return"

According to multiple insiders on July 8th, Park Hae Eun decided to drop out from the drama "Return." It was reported that the production team and the actress' side already had a mutual agreement and accepted the resignation of Park Hae Eun. 

It was stated that Park Hae Eun decided to withdraw from the drama because she's been under a lot of pressure as the main character of a big project specially when she's just starting in the industry.

"Return" has already began filming for the first episode but because of the withdrawal of the female lead, they will reportedly halt it for now and look for a replacement. Lee Jae Wook will lead the drama together with NU'EST Hwang Min Hyun, Oh My Girl Arin, Yoo Joon Sang, Oh Na Ra, and more.

The upcoming drama is the latest work of the famous Hong Sisters. It will revolve around the life of young magicians who encounters heavenly spirits.

"Return" is one of the much anticipated dramas of this year with the collaboration of top director and writers. The Hong Sisters Hong Jeong Eun and Hong Mi Ran made the hit dramas such as "A Korean Odyssey," "The Master's Sun," "The Greatest Love," "My Girlfriend Is a Gumiho," and many more. Director Park Joon Hwa will also work on "Return". He is known for directing dramas such as "My Roommate Is a Gumiho", "Because This is My First Life", and more.

Park Hae Eun is a rookie actress that made her debut in 2020. She starred in the Netflix's original series "The School Nurse Files" as a supporting role named Sung Ah Ra. She acted alongside Jung Yu Mi, Nam Joo Hyuk, Lee Joo Young, Yoo Teo, Kim Dong Hyun, Jang Joon Hyun, and more. 

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