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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] Jang Dong-gun and Park Hyung-sik's "Suits" Planning an April Premiere


I know many dread remakes, especially of multi-season shows, but the choo choo that is "Suits" is moving along and aiming for an April premiere. The series is looking to the timeslot after "Black Knight" and "Queen of Mystery 2" for its upcoming home and that leaves plenty of time for casting and other news, as well as production.

Jang Dong-gun plays Choi Kyeong-seo, a legendary lawyer for Korea's top law firm and a very charismatic and popular man. Park Hyung-sik plays Ko Yeon-woo, a junior lawyer who enters the company due to Kyeong-seo and who has great potential. The character will be the subject of bromance and romance, so I imagine a lot of oppadoration will go on in general.

I haven't watched the original series and I can't say bromantic lawyers appeal (heh) to me all that much, but best of luck to the series and we'll see how things go leading up to its premiere.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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