Kim Seo-Hyung has been cast as the lead in the upcoming drama “Paper Moon (literal title).” Kim Seo-Hyung is best known for her role in the film “Sky Castle.” She recently signed on to play the female lead in a novel-based drama, “It Might Be A Little Spicy Today.”
The drama “Paper Moon” by KT Seezen is based on Mitsuyo Kakuta’s Japanese novel, “Pale Moon,” which tells the story of a woman who steals money from a customer while working as a contractor in a bank.
In Japan, “Paper Moon” was made into a film and a drama, and it received positive reviews. The title of the Japanese drama was “Pale Moon.” The lead character in this Japanese drama was played by Rie Miyazawa, who won six Japan Academy Film Prizes.
Kim Seo-Hyung plays Yoo Yi-Hwa, a stay-at-home mom who has to deal with her husband’s ignorance. She gradually regained her confidence as she began working as a contractor for a bank. However, she unknowingly steals money from VIP customers, which changes her entire life.
The Korean remake, “Paper Moon,” will begin production this year.