Lee Do Hyun in Talks to Star as a Childlike Adult in K-Drama ‘Bad Mom’

The warm comedy-drama comes from 'Beyond Evil' director Shim Na Yeon.

Lee Do-Hyun is offered the lead role in the upcoming Korean drama Bad Mom, Soompi reports. According to the actor’s agency, Yuehua Entertainment, Do-Hyun is positively reviewing the offer.

Bad Mom is set to be directed by Shim Na Yeon, who has also worked with Do Hyun in the thriller Beyond Evil. This time, Na Yeon will be directing a touching comedy-drama a mother and son from writer Bae Se Young.

The series tells the story of Kang Ho, the role offered to Do Hyun, who becomes a prosecutor just as his mother Young Soon had wished him to be. However, Kang Ho loses his memory and behaves like a young child again. Young Soon, who becomes the ‘Bad Mom’ while trying to do the best for her son, is reportedly being played by Ra Mi Ran.

Lee Do Hyun is best known for his roles in dramas such as Prison Playbook, Sweet Home, 18 Again, Youth of May, and Melancholia. Meanwhile, Ra Mi Ran has starred in titles such as Reply 1988, Avengers Social Club, Miracle That We Met, Black Dog, and Honest Candidate.

More details about the upcoming drama are yet to be revealed. Follow us on  FacebookInstagram, and Twitter to get the latest news on film, TV, and more updates around the city!

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