The first Kim Nam Joo stills from MBC’s upcoming drama “Wonderful World” have been released! An emotionally charged thriller, “Wonderful World” follows Eun Soo Hyun (Kim Nam Joo) as she exacts vengeance following the death of her son.
The perpetrator opts to seek vengeance independently after evading punishment via the legal system. Starring alongside Eun Soo Hyun is Cha Eun Woo, who plays the character of Kwon Sun Yool, a man whose life takes a turn for the worse after he abandons medical school.
The freshly released stills feature Kim Nam Joo in her Eun Soo Hyun transformation, clad in a worn jail uniform and set in a desolate and forlorn prison. Seated on a bench in the prison playground, Eun Soo Hyun gazes into space without expression. Her lifeless face betrays her anguish over the death of another person and the loss of her beloved family and friends.
Looking beyond the iron bars, Eun Soo Hyun seems as though she would cry at any second, her expression betraying her grief over her son’s death. Many are wondering what happened on “that day” to send Eun Soo Hyun spiraling into a tragic end.
Eun Soo Hyun’s unique character mixes with Kim Nam Joo’s acting and creates explosive chemistry, according to the production crew. Please prepare to be wowed by Kim Nam Joo’s performance as she makes her long-awaited comeback to television after a six-year hiatus. Actress Kim Nam-joo was born in South Korea on May 10, 1971.
In the ’90s, Kim became famous because to her roles in shows like Model, The Boss, and Her House. In the years following her 2001 semi-retirement, during which she made only occasional appearances in advertisements, Kim married actor Kim Seung-woo in 2005 and the couple had a family.
After that, in 2009, she returned with Park Ji-eun’s Queen of Housewives. As a result of her success on Housewives, Kim continued to rise to stardom, collaborating with Park on the 2010 series Queen of Reversals and the highly acclaimed My Husband Got a Family. Kim was highly praised for her performance in the 2018 Misty series.
The first episode of the series will air on the network on March 1, 2024, at 9:50 p.m. KST. Follow us on our Twitter account for more updates.