Korean actress Bae Doo-na has been cast as the female lead in a new weekend drama, according to the series' producer MBC on Tuesday.
MBC announced in a press release that Bae will be playing the female lead role for an upcoming weekend drama titled "Gloria," based on the lives of people who work at a nightclub.
Bae is set to play the role of Na Jin-jin, who lost her parents at an early age and has been living with her older sister, who dreams of becoming a singer at the age of 30.
The new series will be helmed by Kim Min-sik, whose previous works include "Still, Marry Me," and written by scenarist Jung Ji-woo. It also stars Korean actors Lee Chun-hee, Seo Ji-suk, Lee Jung-won and actress So E-hyun.
Filming for "Gloria" will begin at the end of June and it will succeed current weekend drama "Dandelion Family" when it finishes its run in the latter half of the year.
She has also appeared on the small screen with her roles in "Someday," "The Perfect Neighbor" and "Master of Study."
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