BY Julie Jones | Apr 24, 2015 08:48 AM EDT
Seo In Guk and Jang Nara have confirmed their appearance in the upcoming KBS drama "I Remember You." And if fans don't remember they were considering a drama by that name, that's because the title recently changed.
The romantic crime thriller used to be called "Hello Monster."
It's still about the pursuit of a monstrous man, but the focus is also on recapturing lost memories.
According to the drama's production company, CJ E&M, the actors are a romantic dream team. As they are both charming actors, their characters promise to show great chemistry.
"We're confident that the strong story and the actors' smooth performances are bound to provide enjoyment and touching moments for viewers," said the CJ E&M representative.
Seo In Guk, who was last seen in the dramas "The King's Face" and "The King of High School Savvy," plays Lee Gyun a genius criminal profiler. Lee Gyun majored in criminal psychology and worked as a crime consultant in New York before he returned to Korea to join the Special Crime Investigation Team. He is known for being able to size up a person with a single look.
Jang Nara plays Cha Ji An, a straight-talking detective that works with the same special investigation team. She seems out of place in the team but that's because she joined with an ulterior motive. Jang Nara, who was last seen in "Mr. Baek" and "Fated To Love You," plays a character that is stalking a dangerous man. What does Cha Ji An want from this monster? Viewers will have to watch the comedy-thriller to find out.
These investigators will try to solve cases, argue, and fall in love.
The comedy also stars Lee Chun Hee and Choi Won Young. Lee Chun Hee plays the self-confident leader of the team that Seo In Guk and Jang Nara belong to. Choi Won Young plays a scientist with plenty of connections but no friends or family.
EXO's D.O. also appears in the comedy but only during the early episodes. He plays a character that is being remembered. Once Seo In Guk shows up in the drama, D.O.'s character will be merely a memory.
Kwon Ki Young, who wrote "Protect The Boss" and "All About My Romance," will write the screenplay for "I Remember You." Noh Sang Hoon, who directed "God of the Workplace," will direct the drama.
The drama begins June 22 after the conclusion of "Who Are You - School 2015."
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