Actor Cha Seung Won will make his return to the small screen with the upcoming drama 'That Night', which also stars Kim Soo Hyun.
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Cha Seung Won will greet viewers as a lawyer in the drama, which delves into the criminal justice system from a public perspective through the intense story of two men and a mu.rd.er case of a woman.
Shin Jong Han is the only lawyer who reaches out to Kim Hyun Soo (played by Kim Soo Hyun), who fell into crisis after becoming a mu.rd.er suspect. Shin Jong Han, who barely passed the bar exam, is a person who has never been a top-notch in his life. However, after meeting Kim Hyun Soo and encountering unfairness, he starts to change little by little.
It raises questions about Cha Seung Won's new character transformation, which simultaneously emits a charismatic and soft side.
Cha Seung Won has been loved for various works, including the drama 'The City Hall', 'The Greatest Love', the movie 'My Teacher, Mr. Kim' and 'Man on High Heels'. With his outstanding acting skills in all genres, including romance, thriller, action and comedy, he also meets audiences with the movie 'SINKHOLE' and 'Night in Paradise', which were invited to the Venice Film Festival.
Viewers are already looking forward to seeing what kind of explosive energy Cha Seung Won will show in 'That Night.'
'That Night' is a remake of British BBC 'Criminal Justice', with changes to fit the Korean sentiment. Filming will begin in the first half of 2021, and it will be broadcast in the second half of 2021.