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Netflix Announces Original Drama "Human Lessons"

2019/04/23 | 320 views | Permalink | Source

Netflix announced that an original series called "Human Lessons" is being put into production.

"Human Lessons" is a drama about an exemplary student committing crime to make money and the people around him who involuntarily get involved with this crime.

The drama is written by Jin Han-sae (Writer Song Ji-na's son) and produced by Kim Jin-min-I.

A lot of rookie actors make up the cast; Kim Dong-hee who played Cha Seo-joon, the twin, in "SKY Castle" plays Ji-soo, the high schooler who chose the wrong methods to pay for university tuition.

Jung Da-bin and Park Ju-hyun play Min-hee and Gyoo-ri, respectively.

Min-hee is a friend of Ji-soo's who gets caught up in his crimes and Gyoo-ri joins the boat after she finds out about his wrong-doings.

Other cast includes Nam Yoon-soo, Choi Min-soo, Park Hyuk-kwon and Kim Yeo-jin.

The drama is produced by Studio 329.

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