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Shin Ha-kyun and Baro Courted for "Less Than Evil" Remake

2018/08/02 | Permalink | Source

MBC is remaking English BBC drama, "Less Than Evil". It has courted Shin Ha-kyun and Baro to star.

"Less Than Evil" is an investigative drama about a genius female psycho and a detective with a sense of justice. It was released in 2010 for the first time and the drama spanned four seasons.

Shin Ha-kyun takes on the role of a veteran detective named Woo Tae-seok. This is the role of John Less Than Evil played by Idris Elba in the original drama. This is Shin Ha-kyun's first drama in two years.

This will be 'Baro"s first drama since quitting B1A4.

Meanwhile, "Less Than Evil" hopes to broadcast in the winter.

B1A4's Baro is considering "Less Than Evil" as his first drama after quitting the group. Baro appeared in the 2013 tvN drama "Respond 1994". He then starred in "God's Gift - 14 Days", "Angry Mom" and movies "Men and Women" and "Not That".

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