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Bae Hae-sun to Star in "Hi Bye, Mama!"

2020/01/30 Source

Actress Bae Hae-sun is starring in "Hi Bye, Mama!".

J Wide Company announced this fact on the 30th.

"Hi Bye, Mama!" is a fantasy drama centering around a woman named Cha Yoo-ri (Kim Tae-hee) who leaves behind a husband, Jo Kang-hwa (Lee Kyu-hyung), and a child, but returns for forty nine days as a ghost.

Bae Hae-sun takes on the role of Seong Mi-ja, a ghost of a traditional family. She died after sacrificing her entire married life to her in-laws, but is doing the same thing even after death.

Bae Hae-sun has been a scene-stealer in "Yong Pal", "Incarnation of Jealousy" and "Hotel Del Luna", so her performance in "Hi Bye, Mama!" is highly anticipated.

"Hi Bye, Mama!" begins on the 22nd of February.


"Hi Bye, Mama!" is directed by Yoo Je-won, written by Kwon Hye-joo, and features Kim Tae-hee, Lee Kyu-hyung, Go Bo-gyeol, Shin Dong-mi, Lee Si-woo-II, Kim Mi-kyung. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/02/22~Upcoming, Sat, Sun 21:00 on tvN.

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