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Here's What's Next for the Cast of the K-Drama "Vagabond"

They are all going to be very busy this 2021!
Here's What's Next for the Cast of the K-Drama "Vagabond"
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They are all going to be very busy this 2021!

It’s been more than a year since Vagabond was first aired, and it still tops our list of the best action K-dramas ever made. And if you’ve successfully finished the drama (just like us!) and are wondering what’s in store for its actors, you’ve come to the right place.

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Here’s an update on the cast members of the K-drama Vagabond:

1. Lee Seung Gi as Cha Dal Geon

Lee Seung Gi just came back with new music this month and we were all elated to see him again as a K-pop star! For his next acting project, the 33-year-old is confirmed to star in the thriller drama Mouse, which is about “a world where humans can identify psychopaths through a DNA test on a fetus in a mother’s womb,“ according to Soompi. He will also return in the third season of the Netflix show, Busted. Looks like 2021 is the year for Airens!

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2. Bae Suzy as Go Hae Ri
 

We all loved Bae Suzy as Seo Dal Mi in the Netflix drama, Start-Up, as the determined AF CEO of a tech company. And we’re pretty sure that we’re going to love her again in the upcoming star-studded Korean film, Wonderland. The K-pop-idol-slash-K-drama-actress is supposed to hold her fan concert (Trivia: her fandom name is called Suweeties! Cute moved to January 23, 2021.

 

3. Shin Sung Rok as Ki Tae Woong

While we’re waiting for Shin Sung Rok’s K-drama and movies for next year, we can all watch Kairos for now on Viu. In the “time-crossing fantasy thriller” he plays the role of Kim Seo Jin, whose success as the youngest director in a company is the reason why his workmates are green with envy. One day, his daughter is kidnapped which pushes him to do everything to get her back.
 

 

4. Moon Jung Hee as Jessica

The actress was a part of three K-dramas this year: I’ll Go To You When The Weather Is Nice, Mystic Pop-Up Bar, and Search. For 2021, Moon Jung Hee is going to start the year right as a cast member of the political series Times, where she will transform into an assemblywoman who was deprived as a child.
 

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*This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.

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