Thursday, July 30, 2020

Yoo Seonho has confirmed his appearance in JTBC's new drama "Undercover."


Yoo Seonho has confirmed his appearance in JTBC's new drama "Undercover."

"Undercover" is based on a BBC drama of the same name and tells the story of Han Junghyun (Ji Jinhee), an agent of the Agency for National Security Planning who has been hiding his identity for a long time, and Choi Yeonsoo (Kim Hyunjoo), a human rights lawyer who became the first head of the Office of Public Officials for Justice.

Yoo Seonho plays Han Seung-gu, the son of Han Junghyun and Choi Yeonsoo in the play and who has autism spectrum disorder. Although he has a special attachment to his father, Han Junghyun, who has lived with him for almost his entire life, he will work with Jin Jihee and Kim Hyunjoo as characters who face unprecedented conflicts in the wake of a series of incidents.

Yoo Seonho took his first acting challenge with the web drama "Mischievous Detectives" in 2017 to prove his potential as an actor, and has since been praised for appearing on SBS' "Revenge Is Back" and KBS 1TV's "Turtle Channel" and continuing his work activities.

Meanwhile, JTBC's new drama "Undercover," starring Yoo Seonho, is scheduled to air in the first half of 2021.