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[HanCinema's News] "Hotel Del Luna" Releases More Cast Details, Including Choi Tae-joon's Replacement

2019/04/10 | 568 views | Permalink

On April 9th, "Hotel Del Luna" released casting details. IU and Yeo Jin-goo were already known as the leads, and Choi Tae-joon was known to have a supporting role. However, Choi Tae-joon has since left the project, and his part will now be played by Lee Do-hyun.

Elsewhere, Jung Dong-hwan, Shin Jung-geun, Bae Hae-sun, P.O, Lee Tae-sun, Seo Yi-sook, Kang Hong-suk, Kang Mina, and Cho Hyun-chul have also been confirmed for the overall line-up. Details on their roles remain scarce.

It is known that Lee Do-hyun will be playing the role of Joo-seong, who is the chief concierge for the titular hotel. He knows something about the past of 'IU"s character, Man-wol. Yeo Jin-goo's character, Chan-seong, is a hotelier whose fate becomes intertwined with that of the mysterious hotel.

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