"For the Emperor" is a romance that tells the story of the future wife of young and successful CEO Ma In-tak, who gets an inheritance of 10 billion won. Producer Han Cheol-soo from "9 End 2 Outs" and writer Do Hyeon-jeong from "Que Sera, Sera" have come together to work on this.
Kim Hyeon-joo is Yoon Da-ran, a clerk in a department store customer care center who changes into a 'doenjang girl' after her fiancé Woo-seok passes the judicial examinations.
Initially, Lee Seo-jin, Lee Min-jeong and Park Jin-hee were cast for "For the Emperor". The drama had trouble in confirming its broadcast status and fell through with MBC quicker than expected. The casting has been about 60-70% completed.
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