Woo Do-hwan in “My Country: New Age”
My Country: The New Age (나의 나라) tells the story of two friends, Nam Su-ho (Woo Do-hwan) and Seo Hwi (Yang Se-jong), who turned into enemies during the transition period of the royal dynasty. It was set in the late Goryeo dynasty and the beginning of the Joseon dynasty eras. Woo Do-hwan, who acts as Nam Sun-ho, is a member of the royal military. He and Seo Hwi fought on different paths to defend the country and their loved ones. Their friendship gets tested by complicated political and royal affairs.
The drama series was originally broadcast from October 4 until November 23, 2019, on JTBC. The stars of the series were Yang Se-jong, Woo Do-hwan, Kim Seol-hyun, and Jang Hyuk. My Country: The New Age is a historical-romantic melodrama with a total of 16 episodes. The drama series will also be available internationally on Netflix!
Check out some of Woo Do-hwan’s scenes from My Country: The New Age here!
Also, you can watch the cast play Jenga here!
Woo Do-hwan in “The King: Eternal Monarch”
The King: the Eternal Monarch (더 킹: 영원의 군주) has managed to steal the attention of K-drama lovers. The drama was able to achieve a high rating just based on their first two episodes, and became popular overseas. This series tells the story of two parallel worlds, namely the present state and the fictional Kingdom of Corea, which is a constitutional monarchy. The problems begin when Satan escapes into the world of man and opens the door to parallel world connections. Besides the unique story, the cast of this drama is also worth the wait. The drama series features Lee Min-ho, Kim Go-eun, Woo Do-hwan, Kim Kyung-nam, Jung Eun-chae, and Lee Jung-jin in starring roles.
Woo Do-hwan plays the role of Jo Eun-seob, a 28-year-old man who is serving as a public servant in the National Police. In another world called the Kingdom of Corea, however, he played the character of the emperor’s best friend and bodyguard, named Jo Young. Jo Young and Lee Gon have been friends since childhood. The King was trying to close the door to parallel world relations.
This drama is a fantasy-romance series, and aired on SBS TV from April 17 to June 12, 2020, every Friday and Saturday with a total of 16 episodes. International audiences can watch this drama on Netflix!
Check out some of Woo Do-hwan’s scenes from The King: the Eternal Monarch here.
Check out Woo Do-Hwan’s interview here!
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