Old Boy Star to Return to the Small Screen

Choi Min-sik, korean cinema, News, TV Drama -

Old Boy Star to Return to the Small Screen

Veteran Korean star Choi Min-sik (Oldboy, New World) may make a return to the small screen, as it’s confirmed by his agency he is actively considering a role to star in the tv series Casino, which is to be directed and scripted by Kang Yun-sung (The Outlaws). If he accepts the role, it will mark a 24 year absence from the small screen.

Known to most as a film star, Choi was last seen in Love and Parting, which aired from 1997 to 1998. The actor most recently appeared in Im Sang-soo’s Heaven: To the Land of Happiness alongside Park Hae-il, which was selected for the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year, but is yet to screen officially.

KANG Yun-sung, debuted as a filmmaker with 2017’s explosive crime thriller film The Outlaws, starring; Don Lee and Yoon Kye-sang, which took the Chuseok Holiday Crown in 2017 and followed that up with the election drama, Long Live the King, last year.

Filming for Casino is expected to start next year, with the series to air towards the end of 2021.