Spackman Entertainment Group Limited, one of South Korea's leading entertainment production groups, has announced that Park Hyung-sik of UAA & Co Inc, a subsidiary of the Group's associated company Spackman Media Group Limited, will star in the Korean remake version of highly popular US drama, Suits. The Korean remake of Suits marks the first time that the production will be remade in another country.
On the heels of his latest drama, Strong Woman do Bong Soon, the Korean remake of Suits will be the next highly anticipated drama project of Park Hyung-sik.
Originally aired in the US, legal drama series Suits is presently in its seventh season. The drama revolves around two top-class lawyers, depicting the chain of events that occur after legendary lawyer Harvey Spector hires college dropout Mike Ross.
Park Hyung-sik will be playing the role of Go Yeon-woo, based on the character Mike Ross in the original. Jang Dong-gun will be taking on the role of Choi Kyung-seo, a talented attorney at Korea's best law firm, based on the character Harvey Specter in the original.
Directed by Kim Jun-woo-II, the Korean remake of Suits is expected to air sometime in the second half of 2018 on KBS2.