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[Orion's Ramblings] Kim Hye-soo and Ju Ji-hoon Accept Offer to Lead "Hyena"

2019/08/30 | 1100 views | Permalink

I'm back on the "Hyena" hype train, and the news is excellent. Kim Hye-soo and Ju Ji-hoon have accepted their respective offers to lead SBS's upcoming hyena-eat-hyena story.

"Hyena" will depict the fierce survival game of 'hyena lawyers' representing the top 1% of society's high class. It will follow these lawyers, who wield the law as a weapon for survival, and the various groups of people around them.

Joining PD Jang Tae-yoo ("My Love from the Star", "Deep-rooted Tree") in the making of this is writer Kim Roo-ri ("Ace"), who won the Excellence Award at the 2013 SBS Screenplay Contest, so we have a full crew in terms of some early, key names we can look forward to.

"Hyena" won't be with us any time soon, following "Stove League" in the spring of 2020 as the next Friday-Saturday drama, but it's all looking good, and I have another piece to add to the ever-growing pile of dramas I should check out.

Written by: Orion

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