Yang Kyung Won who starred in the recently completed drama "Vincenzo" received a casting offer from the upcoming "Criminal Justice" remake!
It was reported on May 3rd that Yang Kyung Won has chosen his next project after "Vincenzo." The actor will reportedly join hands with Kim Soo Hyun and Cha Seung Won for the upcoming Korean remake of "Criminal Justice" which will be titled "One Ordinary Day." Filming for "One Ordinary Day" already began on April 21st.
"One Ordinary Day" is a remake of a 2008 British television drama titled "Criminal Justice," much like its parent story, the Studio M, Chorokbaem Media and Gold Medalist co-production series will tell the story of two men getting involved in a murder of a woman.
Kim Soo Hyun will play the character of Kim Hyun Soo, a college student who becomes the main suspect of a murder. Cha Seung Won will play the role of Shin Joong Han, a lawyer who barely passed the bar exam and the only person who will try to help Kim Hyun Soo.
If Yang Kyung Won confirms, "One Ordinary Day" will be his third-time co-starring with a top actor in a drama. He first worked with Song Joong Ki in the series "Arthdal Chronicles Part 1: The Children of Prophecy" and then again in the recently completed hit drama "Vincenzo." He gained international fame as Hyun Bin's colleague on "Crash Landing on You," and if he joins "One Ordinary Day", he will be working with top actor Kim Soo Hyun.
Last year, Yang Kyung Won signed under Song Joong Ki's agency History D&C Entertainment.
"One Ordinary Day" will premiere in late November and is set to have 8 episodes.