Fans will be seeing more of Kim Sae Ron as she returns to the big screen after being selected as one of the main characters in the new film "Everyday."
The "Leverage" actress is among South Korea's rising stars whose undeniable charm and skills captivate the viewers.
Now, she is set to take a new role as one of the lead stars in a teen romance movie.
Kim Sae Ron Confirmed as Lead for Korean Movie Everyday
Her management, Gold Medalist, announced the news, confirming the actress' appearance in the upcoming movie.
Moreover, Kim Sae Ron's agency also revealed that the production has begun filming.
'Everyday' Cast and Synopsis
The forthcoming film is based on the Kakao Page webtoon of the same name that depicts the story of teen romances and friendships.
In the drama, the 21-year-old actress takes on the character of Han Yeo Wool, a 17-year-old high school student who fell in love with her senior.
Viewers could also expect heart-fluttering scenes among the cast as it illustrates the excitement of first love and deep connection that everyone experienced in their high school years.
Moreover, multiple media outlets also noted that Kim Sae Ron is joined by a lineup of promising actors, including Ryu Eui Hyun, who will act as Kwon Ho Jae, Han Yeo Wool's ultimate crush.
In addition, the "Everyday" cast also includes Lee Chae Min, who will portray the female lead's childhood friend Oh Ho Soo and Choi Yu Joo as Kim Joo Yeon, Han Yeo Wool's best friend.
The Great Shaman Ga Doo Shim Star Nam Da Reum Describes Kim Sae Ron as a 'Caring Noona'
Kim Sae Ron's new movie "Everyday" is her comeback project on the big screen after starring in the 2018 film "Ordinary People."
Currently, she is creating a buzz in the industry as she plays Ga Doo Shim, a high school student with supernatural powers in Kakao TV's "The Great Shaman Ga Doo Shim," alongside Nam Da Reum.
Prior to the series' premiere, Nam Da Reum shares his experience working with the 21-year old actress.
He mentioned that both of them have a comfortable working relationship that indeed transpired on screen.
"Kim Sae Ron noona took good care of me on set, that's why I could act comfortably. She is only two years older than me, and we have been on a similar path, that's why we had similar concerns and talked about them while filming. I'm shy, but I was grateful as she was making a lot of effort," he explained, as obtained by a media outlet.
"Everyday" is one of her upcoming projects this year. Apart from this, she is also casted as 2021 KBS short-form drama special "Those Women."
Kim Sae Ron will be working alongside Seo Eun Young, Jung Da Eun, and Lee Ha Young for the upcoming historical drama.
In the KBS special, Kim Sae Ron took the role of court lady K So Ssang, who spent 14 years of her life in the palace.